Something different - Preparing a car for a Charity Banjul Run
You know how it is, after a few
s with mates and next you find yourself organizing a team on one of these low budget drives to Dakar, all in the name of charity....
The point is, we would use a Pug 806 donated by one of the team, 250,000 kms full history etc etc, I'm looking for advise on preparation...
The general condition is excellent and I would plan to take the most basic spares, but how about sump protection without effecting the cooling, upgrading the cooling, air filters, tyres..
My first thoughts are;
Home made ali sump guard
Removable snorkel mounted on the roof rack - oil soaked air filter in addition to the existing system
Over ride switch for the cooling fan, increasing the cooling by removing some of the inner wheel arch's replacing it with wire mesh.
Replacing the alloys with Pug Van wheels and tyres
Solid mounts for the exhaust...
Please feel free to add to the list