Jump to content

russell sprout

Members
  • Content Count

    79
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

10 Good

About russell sprout

  • Rank
    Sergeant
  • Birthday 01/01/1961

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. Four 14.00 x 20 Military bar grip pattern tyres, plenty of tread, might even be NOS. located in Lincolnshire. £200 each. Not seen any of these for sale for years. Perfect for wartime vehicle restorations. Excuse the mud, it's from wheeling them across the yard.
  2. If anyone needs any bits for these bowsers then please get in touch as I'm scrapping a couple. No pumps unfortunately but I do have a spare original Lister A engine available.
  3. Would look very nice sat on top of this 👍
  4. Interesting, certainly isn't stamped in the usual Air Ministry style but I suppose it might be a factory stamp 'AM Air Ministry/ WD War Department' perhaps.
  5. Hi All, Does anyone have a spare Lucas swivel light avaliable for sale please? Thanks
  6. Genuine Wartime examples are quite rare and expensive in the U.K. The last one I saw at auction sold for 14K. Postwar although slightly different pop up from time to time. This one built in 1943 and registered in '46 is this Summers project to repaint.
  7. That's great, thanks for the reply I think I'll treat myself to a can. Did you thin it much?
  8. Thanks, that's really good of you Richard.
  9. Can anyone confirm if the David Brown VIGs are Type. 2601 please? Thanks
  10. Would you mind sharing the paint code please? It does look very good.
  11. Some more info for you: http://www.airfieldresearchgroup.org.uk/forum/airfield-vehicles/4172-towed-fuel-bowsers?start=10
  12. Here you Andrew, I knew I had a picture somewhere. Tim
  13. Hi all, I found this trailer picture on the Internet and would be very grateful if anyone can put me in touch with the owner please. Does anyone recognise it? Thanks
×
×
  • Create New...