Internal lock mechanism is Rover, but striker plate is Vanguard or Triumph Mayflower. Rover striker plate can be made to work, but needs work.
Vanguard/Triumph plates below and then with cap welded on; Rover plates last.
I seem to recall Frank Wigg built maybe 5 cars. As far as I know, none remain in NZ. By all accounts they were fairly accurate and of high quality, but, never having seen one, I cannot attest to that. There are some parts shown in the video that differ slightly from an original, so he may have...
Was talking to someone a few years back who had a similar issue to you Cameron. He solved it by fitting an off-centre crank (as below) that allowed small openings at round town speeds and then WOT when accelerator was floored.
At the suggestion of a friend I have entered my car in an on-line competition.
Not sure if overseas votes count, but if any of you feel like casting a vote in my direction, much appreciated.
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They do crop up occasionally on eBay. Do a search for 1966 Ranchero or Falcon Station Wagon number plate lights. I have a couple in the garage as I bought more than I needed, but they are average quality.
In its original setting, the stalk used to self cancel. However, I removed that facility to get it to fit nicely. I now rely on the indicator light (just to the left of the rev counter) to remind me to cancel. It's in line-of-sight and quite bright, so I don't often forget.