E3_UK

E3 In Scotland

  • Hi everyone,
    I've been browsing the forum for the past few months since purchasing my 1972 2500, lots of useful information to be had. There isn't an awful lot of interest in the E3 here, very few of them left I guess due to the dreaded tin worm. Mine has survived well due to being wax treated when new. It has 55k miles on the clock and is largely original, wheels aside. The interior is like new. I'm suffering the usual overheating issues (despite the cold/wet Scottish summer) though so have been reading the relevant threads for tips and will soon be converting to a viscous coupling/9 blade fan, amongst other things.
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