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  1. Interesting i know nothing but speaks for itself really, great information, served with provost company royal military police in Germany left for England via Antwerp probably stored in Thetford Norfolk before being sold at Ruddington somebody will come in and interpret it better for you
  2. I have a 1936 manufacture air raid siren not to be confused with the post war ones this came from a suffolk airfield control tower demolished in the early 1970s it is in great condition but is untested being 415 volts i will get it tested but at the moment it is untested it has been dry stored since 1972 this is the big one i have only found two others recorded one was at Hillingdon house and the other is in a museum in Filton in bristol as said this is the big one it has a double rotor at both ends it weighs in at 13.5 stone in old money about 85 kilos so no lightweight £1200
  3. Well we are at it i have a really nice champ project for sale it starts runs drove on the trailer when i picked it up has very minimal rust in the usual places and i say this in all honestly a genuine BARN FIND its a picture still full of hay the only downside is the rear body has been cut out like a CJ jeep but no rust and an easy repair nice reg no paperwork and as said a nice project with minimal work and could be running around this summer £3500
  4. I saw this advertised for £2500 not long ago so is £1600 any good and i have to bring it back to suffolk
  5. Hello 2691H Mick yes the system seems to be deliberately trying to be awkward its no skin off there nose and to destroy files of this nature seems a backward or evasive move and with all this so called freedom of information act does this mean we have destroyed all records so you cannot see what was on them
  6. Now that is really interesting 79x100 now we are getting somewhere the champ did indeed come from suffolk and what you have said makes sense, the point i am getting to and intrigues me is why they destroyed the records as said i am not trying to ring up a coil sprung 300tdi series one i would pay for an examination of the vehicle they must have known these situations would have arisen and at the end of the day all i want is a v5 there was a system where as if you bought a vehicle without a log book they would approach the previous owner and say somebody is trying to get a logbook for your vehicle perhaps a bit to simple
  7. I think you are missing my point i have no interest in the value of the number its just that they were quick enough to take it back and now have no knowledge of it surely in 2020 a search would come back with example- number retained from morris 1000 unsorned in 1976 for sale 6/6d anyway i am not trying to ring up a landrover i just want a logbook/v5 without jumping through hoops
  8. I have just pulled out a genuine barn find Austin Champ out of a barn, that was registered at one time bearing YCF 79 but no paperwork at all, now the number plates are obviously very old, my point is the DVLA have no knowledge of the number but will say you cannot retain it it seems to me some years ago the DVLA nicked all these numbers and now deny any knowledge of them, it seems they nicked them back and then destroyed the files.
  9. you got a bargain there how much does it weigh
  10. And wow did it reflect on the prices i sold my one when everybody thought it would not happen
  11. Any one seen that railway wagon on the Ramco auction 13 ton only making £130 has a military look about it would look good on a couple of rails in my back garden
  12. That has been added at a later date, there was no price on it when i looked, you only have to ring nigel hay and say stick a price on nigel. 21k for a KD i better buy some more dodges,and you need to get that 54 home better than money in the bank
  13. whats facebook back to the RB give Dave Crouch a ring
  14. nice kd64 knock down ambulance on milweb shame about the price " it aint got one"
  15. This seems to be a common problem, people are even doing temporary conversions using land rover engines with an austin sheerline clutch, i cant think who it is at the moment but i think it was such a good conversion he made some for friends
  16. It did not sell it has a buy it now at the lower estimate of £22,000. about march 2016 anglia car auctions had a really nice GPW a british one, brass REME rebuild data plates fantastic unrestored original condition ,it had failed to meet its £9000 reserve at the january sale so off we went in march, nice hotel viewed friday afternoon, back sat morning, lucky it was a low lot number i went up to £17,600 the auctioneer said go on another £200 i gave up, the next bid bought it plus the fees,I will say they seem a nice bunch at ACA
  17. Give us a clue if we knew where it was, we might know what was parked there,interesting how the plates are different sizes not designed for all being taken up at the same time, looks like a jacking system
  18. The only thing with dyeing is everything gets dyed, that is why what would be the black areas loses its definition the one in the picture was probably a desert one so black should mean the darker brown
  19. It used to be common place to dye these in different colours, in batches for the fashion trade, many were sold at camden lock market in London, Peter wing sent hundreds to the dyers any badges were sewn on after by his many machinists
  20. The educated gentleman talking to Piers Morgan condones it and reckons they were all war criminals THIS COUNTRY IS FINISHED
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