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Citroman

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  1. Halley restoration

    Were the hoops made of metal or wood at that time?
  2. WW1 finds and discoveries

    Maybe interesting for someone? They seem to have 2 axles. https://www.epic-auctions.com/auctions/7-epic-curiosa-auction-online-auction-oostvoorne/transport/diverse/980-wielasser-/
  3. Crossley IGL 3

    I just give one of those machines from my uncles saddler workshop to a museum last month.
  4. WW1 Thornycroft restoration

    The techs from the local industry museum did weld a big broken clamp of my drillpress with brass. But they had to warm up the cast iron to red hot first. It still works fine since.
  5. Guy Martin - Mk IV Female Tank replica

    Well shoppers are lot more important than history.... what a nonsense.
  6. Tin toy Jeep made in Holland in 1945

    Nice one, your's still has a bumper.
  7. Found this pictures on the web, aparently they were made by the employees of the philips radio factory?
  8. German gun quadrant?

    Hi Trev, The inscription sais 1 nonienteil = 1/16 dgr. So 1 stripe on the small scale is 1/16 degrees. I have found a similar one that was from 1 881 gun. They were placed on the breech area of the gun. Only difference with the other ones i found is that they are from 0 to 45 degrees, mine goes from 90 to 45 degrees. Is it possible that mine is from a mortar which is used a higher angle? See also here http://www.lovettartillery.com/Foot Artillery Gunner's Quadrant.html
  9. German gun quadrant?

    Nobody knows this model?
  10. Did find this thing on a fleamarket today, any idea were it's from. Only thing i know it's German and it was made by G.Schulze Mechanik from Potsdam. It has a number engraved 209. Thanks
  11. WW1 finds and discoveries

    I did find one of those in a french farmyard some 20 years ago. It's cab slowly collapsing and the dog chasing us...
  12. WW1 finds and discoveries

    Nice beast.
  13. WW1 Thornycroft restoration

    I have a small UScleaner from Aldi or Lidl. It works well enough for carbs and so. p.s. if you need old solex parts have look here. The man is selling his old carb collections. http://www.levidegarage.org/
  14. 1908 Dennis Truck

    The Cottreau engine has a fairly modern looking fan dont you think?
  15. WW1 finds and discoveries

    found this interesting pic of solid tyres...nice stock.
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