It looks quite nicely done.
A few observations:
The fresh air intake tube running through the engine bay is not a good idea. For many historic events that tube must be removed and the bulkhead blanked off to prevent asphyxiation in the event of an engine bay fire or exhaust leak.
The seats and belts are not suitable for special stage events.
The final drive ratio of 3.44:1 is a bit too high for a SC CR gearbox with a 285 cam. On my historic rally cars I always use a 3.9:1 on a 1275, or 4.1:1 on a 970 or a 1071 engine. It is 'off the line' acceleration you want with a rally car and a 3.44 means a lot of clutch slipping to get away quickly.
Personally I don't like the fuel pumps inside the boot for safety reasons, but that is just me I guess. The idea of twin tanks holding up to 11 gallons with a pair of pumps alongside them and wired with 12 volt electrics may not be ideal. I mount my twin Facit pumps under the rear seat base panel with an undertray and have a centre exit exhaust, which is better than a side exhaust for rallying.
Edited by Cooperman, 31 August 2019 - 10:44 PM.