Story of a Lancia Beta Berlina

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The next 2 days went without issues, mostly just driving and trying to guide loose rocks and boulders past the sump.

We took the Lancia around an oval track on Oudtshoorn.
We drove the Montagu pass.

The one thing I most enjoyed was the characters you meet.

For the Lancia's future we will need to do a few things before we go on the next trip.

We started losing oil at an alarming level on the way home to cape town the last day from George.

Still not certain but around the Distributor and auxillary shaft pulley is a large leak. Not certain if the auxiliary shaft seal is leaking ,we replaced the oil seal around the distributor when we first bought the car.

We will also need to install a bash plate underneath sump.

We will need to lift this car at least 50mm on all 4 corners for is to clear rocks. It simply is too low for the roads we where traveling.

Gear lever linkage has got way to much play, terribly difficult to get car into 5th and reverse.

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