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Old 25 Jun 2019, 03:27 (Ref:3914045)   #1
CanadianRP33
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Mystery brake calipers , rear uprights

Does anyone recognize either these rather strange brake calipers ? They are from a old homebuilt race car probably built in the early 1960's. Also the rear uprights . No top link , and fixed length 1/2 shafts.

The front calipers are adapted to Triumph TR 3 or 4 suspension parts but these are remaining from a homebuilt sports racer that was broken up many years ago. Any clue to what they are is much appreciated.
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