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  1. Just a reminder, Dallas Dig Out at Hermitage, Newbury this Sunday 7th April. Set up from 7am finishes at midday. Selling an original pinholed jeep petrol tank, original. Can't be bothered to fix it. Original WW2 US Jerrycan. Plus a few other items. Hope to see you there.
  2. Got a couple of pinholes in the Jeep gas tank. As its original can anyone recommend a repairer in Hampshire that could patch it?
  3. I've looked at Denix and they would be okay for filling the scabbard but close inspection is nowhere near close on an original. For the price they are good. I might just have to bite the bullet and buy one.
  4. Thompson wanted for my Harley. Let me know what you have. Andy
  5. Hi Phil, I think Dallas Autoparts at Hermitage, Newbury had an original one complete. Hope that helps. Andy.
  6. Thanks for the input, I was thinking of a three bike trailer to give more room for tie downs. I can understand a long ramp as the skid plate could ground. Not keen on tilt trailer. Andy
  7. Looking for a trailer to transport my Harley on. Any ideas what type required and do you have one for sale?
  8. Thanks Ron, If anyone would know I knew it would be you! Do you also use it in the transmission? As Harley instructs use of same oil? thanks Andy
  9. Need to change the oil on the Harley, which specs sae50. Which oil would you recommend?
  10. The 2019 dates are: January 6th April 7th July 7th October 20th Gate opens 7am for set up, finishing at 1pm. Pitch £8. Entrance £1. Refreshment van.
  11. Dallas Dig Out, Sunday 6th January 2019.
  12. Hi Ron, nice frame, if only the MVT calendar was something like this..... Cheers the day up. Andy
  13. What size number plate (and shape) should I get for the Harley? Any suggestions attaching and where to obtain one?
  14. Ho Steve and John, thanks for the replies, totally agree with you both about originality, I'd rather run with a worn rundown piece of kit that has history than a new shiny piece of tin with no history. My friend in France has an original Jeep that he has let time take its toll, and it gets more looks than one that is factory finished. He's written on the side if it 'rust in peace' . I think I'll start looking for an M20 though I'm in no hurry. All the best and hope to see you at the shows, andy
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