"They are just there to give the roll bar extra strength, all the B Types I have seen have it but I don't think that the B+ has it, if you zoom in on my photo BT 137 you should get a better view, another fact was that in the build paper you had…"
"The B type is a very under - rated car. I had BT 160 (with a 1600 Crossflow and live axle) years ago and did a lot of research then, so it is great to see all this history emerging.
The chassis and I think all the panels are quite…"
"No extra bracing, what you see on my car is as it came as standard, we paid extra for a fully upholstered seat tub full weather equipment and flame proof fibre glass, and we had to take our steering column and prop shafts and dutton shortened the…"
"i do like the early Duttons and the Btype is a nicely proportioned car. a little narrower than the B+ and its variants (3" overall i think) and shorter as well by another 3" (mostly in the boot area) although i believe the wheel base is…"
"I know..... i was saying someone argued with me.....and told me i was an idiot to claim a chassis number for the Btype started with BT....it was interesting to have an original buyer of the Btype to post the chassis number.
i knew i was…"
"All B Types are centre punched with their chassis number STARTING BT in the same place on the chassis , I have BT 035 so whoever thinks they were not stamped BT is a complete ----- Dave , I have also identified several B Types for their…"
"Well Dave when we picked up our kits in 1972 the chassis number is stamped with a centre punch in dots on the top cross bar just behind the engine above the gearbox and it's still there saying BT 137 and I will add to my photos a picture of the…"