To my website of my misjudged automotive meddling with a few other odd additional extras thrown in for good measure.
Oval pictures and the oval 'Auto-TaT' logos are links to more pages.

Current Projects

Scimitar SE5

Race car project. Being stripped of as much weight as possible combined with a Jaguar (Ford) all alloy V6 conversion.

The 'Black Pudding'

Made from all the bits nobody wants.
1979 Scimitar SE6a with the first known 3.0ltr Omega V6 conversion (carried out by previous owner).

Range Rover P38

Daily driving what some people would have you believe is the worlds most unreliable vehicle.

Past Projects

Escort Upgrades

Technical and modification guide to the Mk3 Escort using parts from contemporary Fords of the era, plus a 2.0ltr Zetec. 

Cosworth Cortina

1982 Ford Cortina 2.0 Ghia.
Uprated front brakes.
2.9 Cosworth BOA V6.

Project: Bratwurst

1992 BMW525 Stripped and race prep'd on a shoestring to compete in the 2010 PPC magazines £999 challenge.

Technical Guides

Ford 2.0ltr Zetec

Preparing the ever popular engine from the Mondeo for transplant.

Ford 2.9 Cosworth BOA V6

Quad cam 24 valve cologne based lump from the range topper Granada Cosworth.

Jaguar 3.0ltr AJV6

All alloy 3.0ltr V6 as found in the rear wheel drive Jaguar S-type (the re-dressed Lincoln, not the original).

In-Tank Electric Fuel Pump

Fitting a modern high pressure electric fuel pump assembly into an old fuel tank.

Bosch K-Jetronic

A simplified guide to the workings of the famous Bosch K-Jetronic mechanical fuel injection system.

Other Stuff

PPC Magazine

No Speakers
No Bodykits
No Bullshit

DH106 Comet XS235 'Canopus'

She was the worlds last flying example of the worlds first ever jet airliner and I used to maintain her in her final years of service.
Photo library of her more intimate areas just before her final flight to retirement in '97.

The contents of this website are purely a reflection of my own experiences and knowledge gained whilst working on my various projects. Anything you do based on what you have read here is done so entirely at your own risk.
Personally I wouldn't trust someone like me with a lawn mower! You have been warned! Flapper-bat!

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