I finally reopens this post.
After the sale of the 2600 T motivation has struggled to return. I think after such a project, the mind needs to do a brake .
First of all, what are the specifications of this project:
Put the car in nine scrupulously respecting the original design side configuration but bringing some technical changes to bring performance, comfort and reliability.
Aesthetic side , the car will Grigio Biacca with red interior.
Something like the picture of Franco above.
As I want to keep this car as long as life will allow me, I want to boost up the engine (ideally have the same performance as in 2600 ...). I already know I will adapt Weber in place of the Solex. Any suggestions on engine performance are welcome.
I'll adapt disc brakes at the front instead of drums. I've dug up a front end 2600 which was equipped with disc brakes.
I'll see if I can mount seat belts.
It is possible that I get LED headlights more powerful, to see.
I would make a tonneau cover, I like to protect the cabin when I park in a public parking.
I'll adapt a master vac for more efficiency of the brake pedal.
Finally, the seats will be slightly modified to improve lateral support.
Reliability side :
Weber (already mentioned)
The traditional 123 Ignition spark (if available for this model)
Fuel Filter King (FISPA whose replacement part are hard to find)
For the rest, everything will be refurbished. For example, ALL screws and washers will be changed, all parts of the axle will be powder coated, ...
The car is now in my little garage and I start to disassemble it :
It is a hard work but I nearly finish.