Dutton Kit Cars and their owners
Talking of barn finds, I have just found one on my drive. For the first time since November, I took a look at Daisy Dutton.
There were spiders, rust, oxidised alli and dried on horse muck from the last time out, which when I think back was the Coast to Coast in September.
I was shocked when I opened the bonnet, very sad. That's what a winter does without a garage or without a cover.
I had to do the usual jump start from the RAV4, and even that struggled, when it did fire…Continue
Added by Dave Taylor on January 30, 2011 at 17:27 — No Comments
Sorry guy's for late approval on your blogs, I should have been home by teatime, instead I was stuck in Brussels airport after the plane we were on broke down taxiing out to take off.
An engineer came along and hit it with a hammer, then told us it was not safe to fly and we would have to get off.
I offered to have a look, but they said it's not like a Dutton.
The next Meeting of The Northern Duttoneer's is this coming Thursday 3rd at the usual place, The Bludell Arms, Chorley Old Road, Bolton / Horwich. BL6 6PY.
We'll be there from 8pm, the quizz starts at 9. Come along everyone welcome.
Hi ! to all my fellow enthusiasts, I would like to thank you all on your comments about my dutton. The original plan was to buy 1 dutton and 1 nissan 200sx and put the 2 to gether. Best laid plans rarely work and only the engine and gearbox was used as at this time I wanted a quick project. The dutton was striped to a bare chassis, the chassis then had 2 x box member replaced, The engine was put in place so engine mounts could fabricated, The gear box cross member was made removeable and…Continue