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About fire ball red

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  • Birthday 02/12/1966

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    norfolk
  • Interests
    all classic vehicle, war birds, mv and corvette c3s
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    upholsterer

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  1. Thank you Ruxy, hope this photo can confirm what it is. Apologies for going off topic. QB
  2. While out metal detecting last year I found this lump hammer, the only reason I held on to it was that I could just make out the ''Crows Foot'' arrow, it looked like a chunk of rust. A month soaking in 1 part molasses to 9 part water mix ,this is the result. A lot more info became apparent also the hardened tips showed up. It will not shift paint but does get rid of rust. I am thinking about using it on the GMC fuel tank. Thanks QB
  3. Hi gas 44, you might like to check out www.95thbg-horham.com , I am a committee member at this museum. Next year we will be holding a special anniversary over the weekend of 16th and 17th June 2018, to celebrate the arrival of the 95th Bomb Group to Horham in 1943. Hoping for some guests from the States, possible road run to places of interest, 40s dance on Saturday etc, the date is firm but events are to be finalized. The following weekend will be the popular Americana Day with a dance on the Saturday night and Cars etc on Sunday. Open days start on last Sunday of the month from April to October, but always happy to open up out side these times. All so there is a nice museum at Hardwick, various crash Memorials dotted about the area. Happy to help where I can. Quentin.
  4. Finely got to my first show last weekend. "Journey Through The Ages" show held at Palgrave in Suffolk. Usual mix of classic cars, tractors, bikes and MVs. Added photos of the 352 and a few interesting vehicles.
  5. Thank you 1068, I did have a look through the Bart Vanderveen "bible" and there are some similar wheels on vehicles in the French section. A positive I.D. would be needed as they will be for sale when I start restoration. QB
  6. Thank you for your replies, I will have a look for any markings, I did wonder if they were off a type of French vehicle, but I have found nothing similar. Q.
  7. Currently on my "Ben Hur " trailer and obviously not GMC type wheels, can anyone I.D. these for me please. The trailer has spent time in the French Army at some time. Many Thanks, Quentin.
  8. While looking through some old photos, I came across these two pictures. The "soft cab" Chev was at Beltring in 1996 while the "hard" cab Bomb truck was in Bethune during the 1994 tour. Interesting conversions. QB.
  9. Thanks Dodgey 63, got a nice NOS switch from Universal Jeep today. Yes there is a difference from the jeep trailer. Must just say how quick and helpful Cliff was with the switch and a Blackout tail light I bought at Stoneleigh. QB
  10. Looking for the Blackout switch found on WW2 U.S. Military trailers (for Ben Hur). Thank you.
  11. Thank you Sharky, I will give them a look later. QB
  12. Looking for a pair of US WW2 vehicle tail lights, one with the large Ruby light and one with the Black Out light. Or any parts. Also looking for an original Ben Hur trailer socket with or without electric wire. Thank you.
  13. Hi Dave, Sold my jeep a few years ago, bought a Corvette, still having a mid lifer, so bought a GMC! Hope to catch up with you some time. QB
  14. Thank you TonyB , Jack and Tapper, yes there was a Brucie bonus in the back, a Ben Hur trailer to be restored, mostly complete but minus a set of reflectors. Thank you John for the photo's, it looked quite a picture as you pulled up Saturday. Quentin.:wow:
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