That would be such a rare option it would be a real shame to remove it from your car which will also with that option fitted be super rare and most likely had a special first owner too hence why it was fitted.
Its your car though and no doubt you have a valid reason to remove it albeit i would be wrapping it up safe and keeping it to sell with the car should you ever choose to in the future.
Having just looked at the pictures via the older thread link i have to say it looks superb and it would be a crying shame to removed the division albeit like any sliding glass panels i would imagine they would simply just lift up slightly to enable the bottoms of the panes to lift out of the frame or something along those lines.
A lovely conversion and ultra rare and the picnic table looks great too. Keep it i say and the keep the car as intended.
Thank you - I only need to remove it to clean it ! I do not think I would want to throw it out.
The Car belonged to a Titled Gentleman who was very prominent in the Newspaper industry -The Car is a Black 3 litre Mark 111,with a Bench front seat I gather from a Mark 11.The emblem on the Division says "Harold Radford" and it works very well.
Looking in the two Book by James Taylor he says only six cars were fitted with this Page 68 and he knows of no survivors (page 59).I may well contact him to let him know I have this car.
It has a Red Leather interior and carpets which set off the Black coachwork.
We are now just ending the restoration. I would like to thank all those through the Club who have helped me in this project. I hope to attach some Photos when the Paint shop (Spraytech) have finished.
I found the Wedding Photo car thread from 2015 very interesting.
My Division does not have a picnic table and I have now worked out how the Division removes -it is a lug at the top and two chrome Wing nuts -it lifts out and can be refitted quickly without the need for a screwdriver !
It appears the D registered Mark 111 must have been fitted by another Coachbilder since it is not similar in design to mine.
Harold Radford the Coachbuilder apparently lived locally to me in Hampshire according to a Motor Sport article I read .
I gather his fame was to add unusual features to Rolls Royce and Bentley cars and put luxury features into standard BMLC Mini cars.