Gelscoe Motorsports in the UK still makes exhaust systems in the traditional manner, rather than by piecing together various pre-made bent pieces.It does have that sand formed look of theirs.
I don't know of anybody that does it like that anymore however there are some very good custom header shops out there. None of which are cheap.[/url]
Well spotted.. it does have two cables. One is the original cable which pulls the throttle linkage. The other is connected to an electric servo mounted behind the passenger seat. This is operated by a switch on the steering wheel. When we restored the car for the present owner, he had very restricted movement in his right foot and could not toe and heel, Hense the servo operated blipper.Mike-
Do you have a photo showing the linkage detail on that car? It looks like two cables pass under the turkey pan, but that could just be a reflection.