[Saloon-lovers] Help needed identifying brackets

Can anybody identify these brackets for me please. They came with a
job lot of Jaguar Mk2/Daimler V8 spares but I have no idea what
they fit. The arms are 13’’ long with 2 x 1/4’’ tapped fixing holes 3
5/8’’ apart at the end. The face is 4’’ x 3 1/2’’. The holes in the
front look like they were drilled after manufacture. There is a
rubber seal/grommet which slides over the arm and sits behind the
face.

http://www.jag-lovers.org/v.htm?1219393757

Thanks in anticipation.–
1964 2.5 V8, 1991 XJ40, 1966 Mk1 GT Cortina.
Portsmouth, United Kingdom
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In reply to a message from Tony Coles sent Fri 22 Aug 2008:

Tony,

They do not look familiar.

Regrets,

Shell–
61 MK 2- 69 E FHC
La Grange Park, IL, United States
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In reply to a message from Shell Yoelin sent Fri 22 Aug 2008:

Ive done a full restoration on my 340 and I would say they are not
a Mk2 part.

Paul–
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They do not look familiar.


Paul Scott
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Don’t think they are for an S either.

Alastair Lauener
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Ive done a full restoration on my 340 and I would say they are not
a Mk2 part.

Paul

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They do not look familiar.


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Tony,

These don’t look like anything that would go on a MK-II. I can’t speak for
Daimler however.

Dave McKay

Can anybody identify these brackets for me please.

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In reply to a message from David G. McKay sent Fri 22 Aug 2008:

It just seems fair that for every time you are missing a part you
should get one that doesn’t fit anything.
It might be a brace for a 1948 Woolsely farm tractor.
P.–
Peter J. Smith, 1966 3.8S, former 67 MGB
carson city nevada, United States
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In reply to a message from Tony Coles sent Fri 22 Aug 2008:

I might be wrong but they look to me like Scuttle Vent brackets.
Or some kind of opening/sliding Vent bracket.

As a second guess, could be Battery holders/aligners.

As a third guess, they could be Pegboard brackets.

Since there’s a pair, they fit all the above somewhat, but not ‘S’
type, and by what I read here, not MK-II or 340 either.

Maybe a Daimler part? But if the Daimler V8 ‘‘MK-II’’ is similar,
then they wouldn’t fit that Daimler model either.

Also the square rubber grommets don’t look like any Jaguar grommets
I’ve seen. It’s more like a rubber gasket.

Zurdo–
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rubber seal/grommet which slides over the arm and sits behind the
face.


1965 3.8 ‘S’ 1984 XJ-6
Florida, United States
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In reply to a message from Tony Coles sent Fri 22 Aug 2008:

Thanks for all the replies. Looks like, for the time being, they
will remain unidentified.

Thanks again.–
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