Suspension modelling is a very important and vital part of any custom Haynes Roadster design. Ignoring it and following the crowd is not how designs progress.
For this Haynes Roadster build I have decided to start again.
The first stage was to straighten out the bent chassis
Before straightening the chassis I had to decide whether it was worth saving.
It was concluded that my chassis was a modified McSorley 442. The measuring process also showed that several measurements did not completely line up with the drawings.
Having debated building a Super Seven style car for decades, when a chassis came up on eBay with a reserve of only £0.99, temptation and curiosity took hold