Selling my Mk Indy
I got £ 4300 for it.
For those who haven’t encountered them the Indy is probably the closest thing to a Haynes. The chassis was designed by Martin Keenan who designed the Haynes Roadster chassis with Chris Gibbs. Unsurprisingly they are very similar beasts the main difference being the use of some curved tubes in places such as the transmission tunnel.
MOT & Tax
Very recently rebuilt 2.0L Pinto. 205 block, Injection head (with 1mm skim and 1.3mm Victor Reinz gasket for increased compression. Kent FR32 camshaft + vernier pulley. The usual reduced height sump etc
Megajolt ignition (in currently still in it's box with the Edis, coil, toothed wheel and leads - i may even get round to fitting this. Meanwhile it runs fine on the standard Ford distributor)
Type 9, 5 speed gearbox. 3.62 diff
Adjustable rose jointed front wishbones (made by Phil) which enables steering to self centre correctly (always an issue with MKs otherwise)
Adjustable Protech coil overs
15” Alloys with Toyos (front pair were recently replaced)
4 point harnesses. Leather seats.
Full screen, wipers, doors and hood for all weather use.
Last edited by Not Anumber : 17th March 2014 at 08:26 PM.
Reason: Sold car overtaken by events.