the restauration of my 1970 CP TR6 is progressing steady, albeit at a slow rate.
I have now completed the engine rebuild, and want to install the Engine +GB+OD+ starter motor as a complete unit in the car; the body is already installed on the chassis; front wings and bonnet are not.
Due to my medical condition, I want to install as much as possible of the ancilaries to the engine before lifting the assemply in the car.
I have looked at the internet and found the starter motor and exhaust manifold (less the down pipes) can be installed prior to lifting, and so can the dynamo (alternator).
I want to install the exhaust downpipes, oil filter and its adapter (for screw-on K&N filter) after installation of the engine/GB in the car.
I have free access from the inside, (no tunnel, seats etc), have an engine hoits and spreader and supports to lift the back of the car by 20-30 cm.
Also, the front cross tube will be removed.
And I do not have the mechancial fan and extension, so that helps a bit.
Now my question: Would it also be possible to install the CP throttle bodies and linkages, less the air plenum?
And what about the MU and ignition and clutch slave cyclinder?