deniscCaretaker of 8MA1244 '70 Euro Mangusta DRIVE THEM, THEY WERE MEANT TO BE DRIVEN, IF YOU WANT TO LOOK AT ONE, BUY A POSTER!
The floor mounted ebrake handles were found on the last 55 cars. These were finished by the German distributor and used Mercedes 280 handle. It made quite a ruckus at MB at the time as engineers were trying to figure-out why these were selling. My car also has MB280 seat belts.
Steve, cool Capri there....Here is the before picture of the one off '1076 and the Giulia one sized up with it. The one in Australia is shown in its sheath. Alfastop has the most trivial of pieces, maybe the Goose had at one time (an anti-rattle foam);
Steve, another interesting detail; the thread on the mounting stud for the bracket (that holds to the front firewall) is standard thread (1/4-28), not metric! So you are right, likely to look towards the Brits...Lee
Not 100% positive but besides that funky original Capri pic, the only places I've see the Mangusta 'pull' type e-brake units is on Lotus Europas and Elans. In checking on some Lotus exchange dbs, there was one suggestion that the original source was the Renault 16, but I see no confirmation elsewhere (the assumption must have come from the fact that various Europa parts - including engine - did come from French/R16 bins. So maybe a British Ford/Capri part fundamentally? Regards, Nate
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