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Lam-18

posted on 21/6/09 at 12:39 PM Reply With Quote
Mallock U2

Hi everyone i recently acquired what we believe to be an early mallock u2 if i was to post pictures is there anyone on here who could help me either find out what mk it is and weather it is an actual mallock
cheers guys
ollie

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blakep82

posted on 21/6/09 at 12:45 PM Reply With Quote
i reckon you should put some photos up anyway

these lot might be able to help you too
http://www.mallockclub.com/id2.html





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zilspeed

posted on 21/6/09 at 12:57 PM Reply With Quote
Yeah, there are at least three people I can think of who look in here who might recognise that car for what it is.

I love clubmans type cars so post the pics






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nib1980

posted on 21/6/09 at 05:04 PM Reply With Quote
mallock racing is still going, just down the road from me in wellingborough, why not give them a ring?
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Lam-18

posted on 21/6/09 at 06:56 PM Reply With Quote
cheers for all the help guys ill post some pics up over the week its not in the best condition
and ill also give mallock a ring thanks for all the help

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Lam-18

posted on 21/6/09 at 07:17 PM Reply With Quote
heres two pictures guys hope this works




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Memphis Twin

posted on 21/6/09 at 08:40 PM Reply With Quote
I used to own a Mallock Mk14, and do know a fair amount about them. Your car certainly looks like a genuine Mallock, but I couldn't be absolutely sure. There should be a chassis plate somewhere (can't remember where mine was- front crossmember?) with the mark. Yours looks like a Mk6, as it has externally mounted rear radius arms - earlier cars didn't, and the Mk7 had wishbone front suspension, wheras yours has a transverse beam (Ford "Pop" )

So...if it's a genuine Mallock, and it certainly looks like one from all that I can see in the photos, then it HAS to be a Mk6!

If you email the pics to Richard Mallock at Mallock Sports, I'm sure that he will help identify it more accurately.
Cheers Chris.





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Lam-18

posted on 21/6/09 at 08:53 PM Reply With Quote
wow you know your stuff
thanks alot mate
ill email him now
cheers

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iank

posted on 21/6/09 at 09:24 PM Reply With Quote
Certainly looks a lot like this car being sold as a Mk6

http://www.race-cars.com/carsold/mallock/mm6022/mm6022pp.htm





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Jasagracer

posted on 20/12/09 at 07:13 PM Reply With Quote
Mallock

This is more like a Mk8 or 11. I raced Clubman's cars for some years and ran a one of car alled a Jasag (featured in Triple C, for those old enough to remember that magazine).

Although it is a shed, it is worth loads of money as it will be historic. John Bailey ran a twin-cam version of one of these cars in speed events and racing.

If you want the SP on diffs brakes etc, send me a PM. My previous toy, which I wish I had never sold, is attached.





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