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Adrian Southgate
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  • Bolton
  • United Kingdom

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  • Paul Redfern
  • Toby Fitzgerald
  • Robert Sargeant
  • Mike Terry
  • Craig
  • Richard ellis
  • Kent Brorsson
  • allan wheatley
  • Andy Abbott
  • Liam  Bourne
  • Simon Cunliffe
  • Julian Cramp
  • scott murphy
  • Andy

Adrian Southgate's Discussions

Late S3 early S4 for sale in Wigan.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Adrian Southgate Sep 20, 2017. 2 Replies

Lighting your Dutton.

Started this discussion. Last reply by James Doulton Nov 5, 2016. 36 Replies

Ebay - Type 5 gearbox

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mark Aug 11, 2016. 21 Replies

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Adrian Southgate replied to Jay's discussion My dusty Sierra rebuild
"If you need parts just shout, I own a motor factors and am happy to provide parts, part numbers or prices for most things that we can still get. I own a Sierra II so am familiar with the car and it's little quirks. I also know your car from…"
Wednesday
Adrian Southgate replied to Jay's discussion My dusty Sierra rebuild
"Hi Jay. The best way to put photo's on here is to host them on flickr. If you don't have a flickr account and need a hand setting one up I'll be happy to guide you through it and also point you in the right direction as to how to post…"
Feb 13
Jay left a comment for Adrian Southgate
"Thank for the welcome Adrian."
Feb 13
Adrian Southgate left a comment for Jay
"Hi Jay, welcome aboard."
Feb 13
Adrian Southgate replied to James Doulton's discussion Scumbags operate in this area
"I bought a couple from one of my suppliers. Not expensive and the Legerra was under one over winter last year, seemed to do the job adequately. They are currently out of stock of the small ones, this link is to the medium size. The small ones are a…"
Jan 28
Adrian Southgate replied to James Doulton's discussion Scumbags operate in this area
"I near on shit a brick when I read the 'it was gone' bit... Glad it wasn't the car. Some people just don't deserve to share our oxygen.  Visible camera is a half decent deterrent but it won't stop someone determined to…"
Jan 28
Adrian Southgate replied to Roy Kemp's discussion Ford Puma 1.7 Zetec SE onto MT75
"The Type 9 and MT75 share bolt patterns, input shaft size and clutch cable fixing points. Not 100% certain they are the same length but if yours in already in then that's a win. They also fit the DOHC 2l from the Sierra. I hear the water rail…"
Jan 27
Adrian Southgate replied to Daryl Heasman's discussion Legerra Windscreen
"Its a 548 mile round trip for me, not something I can do on a weekday because of the shop which is why you hadn't heard from me. Not that I didn't want it, just the logistics of collecting it Daryl. If you're going to have it James…"
Jan 27

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Duttons owned
Q91CMV - Dutton Legerra ZS series 2
Q835XSC - Dutton Legerra series 2
Black unregistered Legerra
Blue unregistered Legerra
HPG128K - Dutton Sierra 2
1xS2 Phaeton
1xS3 Phaeton
1xS4 Phaeton
1xP21 body and a huge pile of bits.
Engine Type and Transmission Type
Loads of old fords
Post code
bl6 5se

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NTS Autoparts fast response vehicle

Posted on September 18, 2016 at 0:44 49 Comments

For those days when your parts just can't arrive quick enough, for sunny days when the transit just isn't 'fun'...

Project X...

Coming soon to a shed near me.

1997 DOHC, weber TC, MT75 box and Sierra fixed 3.72 diff in a Phaeton 3/4 hybrid.

I did some playing on gear calc and the theoretical stats look like this.…

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NTS Autoparts - Arkwrights Motor Emporium.

Posted on August 13, 2016 at 20:15 11 Comments

Thanks to Mr Sheringham for the uncannily accurate artwork. 

Q835XSC - Dutton Legerra Series 2

Posted on February 21, 2015 at 20:00 166 Comments

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So, collected last weekend and the first chance I get to go over it we have snow / hail / rain and gales... lovely if your a penguin I guess...

Q835XSC purchased from the factory in 1988, completed in 1990, stored for the winter in 1991 and there it sat for 22 years, possibly one of the saddest Legerras I have ever seen apart from my black one.

It…

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HPG128K - Dutton Sierra Series 2 - rescued from an early grave?

Posted on September 7, 2014 at 20:00 116 Comments

Sierra II

So the saga of the gearbox rear seal continues. When it had the rear crank seal done the garage also fitted a prop/tailshaft seal which promptly leaked just as badly as the one they took out.

When I had the horrible vibration issue it was coming from the prop not fitting into the gearbox. Thinking this might have damaged the bush inside the…

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At 22:14 on February 13, 2018, Jay said…

Thank for the welcome Adrian.

At 21:09 on October 27, 2017, James paton said…

 hi Adrian I had changed my email address and forgot my password  so was easier to start a new profile just need to rebuild my profile now :) 

At 17:42 on September 3, 2017, Daryl Heasman said…

Well Paul I have a Legerra  for sale

At 16:04 on September 3, 2017, Paul Redfern said…

Hi Adrian

It would be ideal, but the timing is not on my side at the mo; the Wife is about to give birth to our first child in the next 3 weeks...

Also, you are the main reason I'm looking at a Dutton-I follow your threads over on Retro Rides, and its your Legerras that got me interested!

Cheers

Paul

At 18:48 on May 3, 2017, Robert Sargeant said…

Hi Adrian, yes - just up't road. I'm afraid it's time for mine to go...... Need the space. I haven't used it for 7 years. Fired it up recently though, needed a new fuel pump..... Hard to find. 

At 22:56 on November 4, 2016, Richard Hedges said…

Hi Adrian, thanks for your message. BHP isn't an issue. My car won't be used on a track. It's more reliability I'm after. The plan is once the car is road legal again, enjoy it for a year or two here and then ship it to North Cyprus where I have a villa and looking to stay there long term. X/flow parts may be a little more thin on the ground there and it's not so easy shipping parts there. What power plant are you using?

At 9:27 on October 22, 2016, Daryl Heasman said…

Arkwright's Dutton Breakers is in Bolton too so plenty of old dogs to rob bits off there Richard

At 9:21 on October 22, 2016, Richard ellis said…
Hi Adrian. Looking forward to getting started.
At 7:22 on October 19, 2016, Neville Smith said…

Thanks for the info Adrian.... much appreciated.

Nev

At 16:29 on July 6, 2016, Andy Abbott said…

From one nutter too the nut house i think its more than a bug , in fact it went viral/terminal a few years ago  Andy

 
 
 

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