Author Topic: 1968 Series IIA Carawagon  (Read 2499 times)

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Offline Calum

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Re: 1968 Series IIA Carawagon
« Reply #15 on: October 26, 2016, 11:01:54 pm »
All looking great! Engine looks quite happy for a 6. Valves etc. all looks as you'd expect for a well looked after engine in my opinion. If you are struggling for engine parts give John Wearing a call - Rover P4 specialists who usually have new old stock and genuine parts. My Carawagon has Labcraft fluorescent tubes inside, but I've converted them to LED internally now. Pretty certain they're the originals. The rubber on the front was called 'decking rubber' by Searle. Usually goes hard and brittle like yours has done. Cupboard behind the driver is indeed the wardrobe - mine has a steel rail in the top to hang clothes. Your missing cupboard is where my cooker is - sometimes a stove with fridge underneath lives here.