Chassis Number:        
Off Test:
Coachbuilder:
Type:
Registration:
Exported to France:
Re-bodied:
Type:
Customer:
170MY
5/5/33
Gurney Nutting
Sedan
VFF 331
7/16/36
1937
2 Door Coupe
Sir A. Cunliffe-Owen
Build History
Engine # / Series:
Cylinders:
Capacity:
HP:
Compression Ratio:
Chassis Type:
Wheelbase:
Steering:
Other:   
     Louvered Bonnet
     Additional Andre Telecontrol Shocks
     Bluemel Spring Spoke Steering Wheel
        CJ 35
In-line 6, OHV
7.7 Liters (468 cu. In.)
40/50
        5.0:1
Continental (Short)
144 in
F Type



Engine & Chassis Specs
Source: RREC Chassis Build Records
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- Scratch built floor including footwells
- Raised and reprofiled rear roof
- 3D printed front roof, scratch built working sunroof
- 3D printed faux cabriolet roof
- Heavily modified Ambassador fenders
- 3D printed trunk and spare wheel covers
- Deeper doors with new windows & winder mechanism
- 3D printed tilting front seats with rear seat trays
- 3D printed rear seats
- Reprofiled bonnet with reconfigured louvers
Significant Changes To Model vs. Pocher RR Sedanca
Chassis
Engine
Body
- Vertical-type Front Shock Absorbers
- Additional Hartford Shock Absorbers Front & Rear
- Rear Cross Member
- Rear Brake Actuators and Springs
- 20 Gall Fuel Tank
- Firewall Mounted Steering Column Support
- Reconfigured Chassis Irons
- Fuel Lines and Chassis Lubrication Lines
- Brake Cables and more realistic Brake Linkages
- Resized Carburetor with 2nd Generation Air Cleaner
- Extra Cylinder Oil Supply
- Oil Lines
- Complete Engine Management Controls
- Torque Reaction Dampers
- Exhaust Heat Shield
- Exhaust Manifold Insulation
Build History & Specifications
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