The inclined-valve push-rod Dorman engine you mention in Riley versus Dorman (MOTOR SPORT, November 1987) was the KNO-type espoused by Palladium for its 60 mph tuned version.
The same unit was employed by Norley Woods of Acton and for a period, by Storey of New Cross, Tonbridge and Clapham Park: the latter later defected to Meadows fours and sixes, however.
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