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About jim fl4

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    harrogate
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    MV's, old drotts, tractors, micro cars, cycling

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  1. Super trailer, I wonder if the sides have a hole cut out for an exhaust?
  2. I noticed the leaves in your photos, may be only out for a relatively short time. I recall the water drain holes had a tendency to block up with the expected results, great cammo net by the way.
  3. Great trailers, we bought one 20 odd years ago and abused it terribly on the farm, super strong. Yours is in very sound condition, must have been stored indoors?.
  4. no worries John, thanks for chasing it up and letting us know. Jim
  5. Thanks to Matchfuzee, didn't know Tanksalot had so many! Just a bit pricey for a resto job, which is what I'm looking for. but thanks again for taking the time, much appreciated mate. Johnwardle, that would be at the very least an interesting lead, thank you mate for thinking on for me. Jim
  6. Hi Paver007, I am still looking for a Ferret, Saladin and Saracen, however I see your in the USA and I am in the UK. Thanks though.
  7. Hi, I'm looking for a ferret to restore. Any condition/type, also spares wanted. Could also be interested in a Saladin or Saracen. If you think you have something private message me and I will get back to you. Thanks, Jim.
  8. Welcome Wendell, That's one fine collection you have their! Some photos would, I'm sure go down well :). Cheeers, Jim.
  9. Thank you Richard for your reply. Completely agree the matt is terrible for showing oily fingerprints and the like. Cheers, Jim.
  10. Hi Richard, Moreover is the SCC No. 2 Brown you refer to Matt or Satin (semi-gloss)? Thanks. Jim.
  11. Hi, I think its 5/16th or 7.94mm. Jim
  12. Hijacking the thread here but I'm looking out for the same, specifically a sterling smg. Jim
  13. Interesting comments. Certainly times were much slower, my dad talks of, when as a lad, of being able to grab hold of the back of lorries to get a free tow up a hill on his bicycle, they were that slow. Its the same with brakes, of course we cannot judge them against their modern counterparts.
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