First and foremost guys & gals, Happy New Year. Secondly, thanks for putting up with me posting so much on the forum, I feel a bit guilty. However I am right in the middle of my big rebuild and have so many questions. And here's another:
Ok, so a photo would say a thousand words and I'll try to get one asap, but stay with me. While the car was away I had been refurbishing parts ready to go back on. In some instances I refurbished whatever was there, with no idea of what the parts actually were and where they went (you'll appreciate that I took the car to bits in 1994 so my memory is a little hazy!).
Three items I recently pulled from the shed were some lovely repainted bulkhead blanking panels. They are thin sheets of steel, about 6" across and 3" high, with a (new) thin foam backing. Two of them fit to the engine bay side of the bulkhead via two screws over apertures in the far corners of the engine bay, one pretty much behind the brake servo/cylinder and one in the opposite location somewhere behind the battery/wiper motor. This is said for a RHD car.
However, I have a third one and I have no idea where it goes and have looked everywhere for possibilities. It is about the same size and shape as the others, although this one has cut-out in the metal but not the foam. If I turn it on its head, the metal shape looks like a squared off "C", although the foam covers the "missing" part. Am I making any sense?
It must have come off the car originally, otherwise I wouldn't have it in my spares possession.
I think I need to post a photo! But in the meantime, any ideas? There's a trivia question!
Triumph TR7 FHC, 1977