Put Bug on ramps and chock front wheel. If possible steam clean or jet wash the crud from the car the day before.
Remove Carb, Rocker box cover, Gearbox lever and top of distributor.
Disconnect- Exhaust, Front Prop shaft bolts, Top hose and lower end of speedometer.
Support engine on a hydraulic jack then remove the 4 mounting bolts from the rear engine mount.
Check everything is free and gently lower engine gearbox about 10 inches (Keeping front 2 mounts in place)
With the engine supported with lumps of wood you can then remove jack and undo bolts around bell housing including the ones for the starter motor.
You can then pull the gearbox from the engine, Remove the clutch bolts and refit the clutch - Not forgetting to replace the thrust bearing.
On refitting I use the shaft from an old gearbox to line the clutch up. (You can also line the clutch up by eye) Alternatively use the correct tool - Failing that a Dowell of wood with tape wrapped around in the Clutch plate area). When you replace the bolts that hold the clutch onto the flywheel its advisable to do these up a few turns each - This way the clutch goes on more evenly and doesn’t damage the springs.
As they say in all good Workshop Manuals- Refitting is the reverse of dismantling.