Maser + TVR = great combi
Not so much English anymore, in my stable they're more like brotherscongrats and very nice, I like the interior colour very much and looking good
old work friend has a TVR and planning on driving round EU later this year, covid permitting. Sounds like he is really looking forward. They have a great sound and are the English muscle cars.
oh and welcome to the forum, lot of good people on here always willing to help, but subject threads will change - so be prepared
But when you think how many cars have had and still have shoes including manuals that you really have to use the handbrake why is not more common? I have lost count how many cars I have had both private and company and never had an issue. Weird.Is it the case that the handbrake shoe failure is due to parking up post wash when shoes are wet and they then seize? The driving off later then shears the pad from the back plate. It happened to me about eight years ago and I have never parked up with wet brakes again; to date the problem hasn’t reoccurred.
It's pretty straight forward but here you goIs there a guide to changing the gearbox oil on a manual 4200, or any helpful tips?