Mk1 Cooper s block NOW SOLD

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Mk1 Cooper s block NOW SOLD

Post by jbz23 »

Hi all

For sale ,1275 S thin flange block .

226mm deck height

71mm bore

No bore lips , everything looks all good

Caps all good


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pm sent!
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Hi all


You were a keen lot on this one , but once again forum comes up trumps on selling items .

Thanks to everyone that responded to the advert

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Post by Aginley »

That was too cheap :shock:
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Could you please explain a thin flange block and do you know from what year?
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richardACS wrote: Sat Oct 31, 2020 1:38 pm Could you please explain a thin flange block and do you know from what year?
I think they arrived in 1968 for all A Series units.
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Post by Nick W »

I thought it was thick flange block from around 68?

Richard best to as this in technical section, not in for sale thread.
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