For a crazy amount of detailed, large-scale reference, check this out...
Here's where it goes in their 427 test kit.
There are numerous things wrong with that kit. The battery is higher on a shelf, attached to the front of the footbox on street cars with cast iron head pipes.
Cars with tubular headers need the space under
the battery, else you could not service the battery.
The Wimboldon White footboxes are fiberglass, not tin and they don't have folded edges. The canisters for brake (2) and clutch are mounted on the driver inner fenderpanel and were black steel with steel hard lines running to their systems. Not white plastic mounted on the footbox.
The brake master cylinders are under
the footbox, in a steel brake box that contains the balance bar and pistons and lines. The foot pedals pivot on the balance bar inside
The radiator has an upper attachment pin and tab mounted to he hood opening tube on the chassis and a hitch pin and vibration rubber between.
Don't offer this model as a "scale" reference.
Edited by Cato, 15 June 2011 - 10:12 AM.