Hawk 289 from donor car to road car

 

 

Stuart Clarke shares his Hawk 289 build experiences with us, the highs and lows and the elation of that first road trip. Enjoy the journey.

 

 

Part 1. The Cobra bug and donor cars

 

Part 2. The Engine

 

Part 3. Preparing the donor parts

 

Part 4. Refurbishing the rear axle

 

Part 5. The Hawk arrives

 

Part 6 - The Build Commences

 

Part 7 - Installing the Engine and Transmission

 

Part 8 - Front hubs, brakes and brake lines

 

Part 9 - The rear end

 

Part 10 - Finishing the rolling chassis

 

Part 11 - Starting the body

 

Part 12 - The body goes back on!

 

Part 13 - Time to juice it up!

 

Part 14 - The coolant system

 

Part 15 - Lights!

 

Part 16 - Fitting the windscreen

 

 

Part 17 Anyone for Spaghetti? Part (a)

 

Part 18 Anyone for Spaghetti? Part (b)

 

Part 19 Anyone for Spaghetti? Part (c)

 

Part 20 - Fitting a few shiny bits

 

Part 21 - The exhaust

 

Part 22 - Finishing off at the back

 

Part 23 - Finishing touches under the bonnet

 

Part 24 - Getting ready to turn the key

 

Part 25 - Fitting the Roll Bar!

 

Part 26 - Fitting seats and seatbelts

 

Part 27 - Getting it tested

 

Part 28 The IVA Test

 

Part 29 Project Hawk continues...

 

Part 30 - The Final Frontier!

 

Mallory Dual Points to Electronic conversion

 

Hawk front undercarriage overhaul

 

De clunking your MGB rear axle

 


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