Bishops Cam Steering Box and drop arm from 1947 TC : for sale

Parts For Sale / Wanted
Added: November 28, 2018 Modified: November 29, 2018
  • Location: Warwick, Warwickshire, United Kingdom

I have a complete Bishops Cam Steering Box and Drop Arm. It is from the 1947 TC I own. It was removed in January 2017 when a VW steering box was fitted. As far as I am aware the box was reconditioned when the car was rebuilt in 1981 in South Africa. When I acquired the car in 2016 it had done only 5500 miles in the ownership of just 3 individuals over the 35 yrs since the rebuild with the last owner in SA keeping the TC for 26 yrs. I live in Warwick and as for price it's negotiable.

Posted by: Jerry Birkbeck

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