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  1. Don't know if an A series auto box is the same but here's a link for a workshop manual: https://www.google.co.uk/url?q=http://www.opelgtforum.nl/downloads/service_manual.pdf&sa=U&ved=2ahUKEwjPmKCp4MbkAhVJh1wKHT3nBTE4ChAWMAd6BAgEEAE&usg=AOvVaw1PzcPACKvGar5I55XC-JIY It's about 2/3rd's down for auto box. If not, maybe useful to someone. 😎
  2. I made mine from some scrap ally I found at work and it was already white which was handy! A couple of small brackets to hold it on and some bling.
  3. Mine were a bit like that but I washed mine (just the webbing only and keeping the mechanism dry). Just used warm water and mild hand soap with a soft nail brush. Amazing the amount of dirt that came out. Pat dry with a towel and leave to dry, keeping the belt fully extended and flat. Now they're flexible rather than like a bits of old leather!
  4. Is the push rod in the servo being pushed out far enough when pressing the brake pedal? There is adjustment on the pedal end. As it looks like you have changed the m/c, perhaps the rod needs to go a little further out. Maybe someone who has their m/c off the car could measure the distance the rod sticks out when pressing the brake pedal and compare it to yours?
  5. The other seal looks like an A type V-Ring seal. If you can find the size or numbers on it then it might be worth looking on bearings 'r' us or Simply bearings web sites. I'm sure I have some but I think they are bigger. I have used the above websites and no problem buying just one of something if you need it and it can all be done online.
  6. Only 30 miles from me so surprised I've never seen it up here.
  7. Think the number is C103.
  8. Sometime ago mantadoc wrote up a fix for this by refilling it with, I think, silicone oil which is accessed under the metal plate at the front. I can't find the original post. Anyone else remember more on this?
  9. Basically what happened to the side of my car when my dad brought in the 80s. Before he had had it, it had some scrapes down the side and the garage "fixed" it by a thick layer filler! Think there's a picture in my project thread of the wing and filler. Removed all the filler and not a mark on the metal underneath!
  10. Spotted this, looks like it's for a Cavalier (and early Manta?) https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Vauxhall-Opel-70s-80s-unknown-ATE-Brake-proportioning-valve-45-3/312635841402?pageci=0e31d72f-a4ca-4759-8238-52def64aa3ff
  11. ....Beaulieu auto jumble. Saw it today. No idea of price. Stall was in the small field, middlish position.
  12. This is what was in the box: Only thing missing is the two bolts but washers are there. The other guide: This is made by SWAG.
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