Cleaned up the old parts, and installed the new disk, pressure plate and bearing, and now it moves and has 'driveway brakes'.
I just had to hook up the blower, and the damn thing works fine.
Here's the sad old gal sporting the new tires and painted wheels I just added. I've ordered new rockers, and Studebob found me a pair of rust free fenders.
OK, it's a bit of a dog right now, but not that many R2 Larks were built and this one was worth saving. I did pick up a 63 Daytona parts car that will provide a lot of needed parts and the rest of the parts car (engine and 4 speed drive line) will be sold. Anyone need a 4 speed conversion ?
The floors will take a little welding, the dash is shot, but the speedometer only show 58,000 miles.