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  1. Thanks! Really appreciate it! Yeah really well, due to take it for a drive next month some time. I know absolutely nothing about mk5s at all! I own a F108 Dennis fire/crash tender also but obviously that’s a different beast.
  2. Ahh that’s brilliant! Pictures I’m lookimg for are: -filler cap -rear lights -front mounted bell (close ups also if possible) - detailed pics of the interior, seats, and switch gear mainly! Thanks. kyle.
  3. I’m looking for a pair of these rear lights? Anyone know of anything similar or if they were used on another vehicle? i also have just one of these, it came in the truck, I suspect it was going to be used on the rear but it doesn’t look like the ones in the top two pictures? Any info on these also?
  4. So I should be able to remove the leads! That’s good to know! I’ll try harder haha! They’re well stuck! Thanks for the help 😀
  5. Ahh that’s a shame! It’s a thornycroft Nubian mk5 fire tender.
  6. Hello! does anyone have any tricks or tips when replacing/repairing military spec ignition leads? Im currently restoring a thornycroft fitted with the Rolls-Royce b80. This is what I have.
  7. Does anyone know what the fuel filler cap looks like on a 1952 thornycroft Nubian mk5? This is all I have. This screws into the tank. Cheers kyle. *edit* if anyone has any detailed pictures of a thornycroft Nubian mk5 it would help loads as I’m missing quite a few little bits and bobs.
  8. Ahh brilliant, I’ll try and find out if they’re the same. Thanks for the help!
  9. Amazing thank you! I’m missing the dipstick from my b80!
  10. Hello guys and girls, could anyone tell me how much oil a military spec Rolls-Royce b80 engine takes? Thanks kyle.
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