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  1. Not many aircraft survived 100 ops, but 35 did 100 or more. Only info I can find on this is a book. Wasn't the BBMF Lancaster given a Ton Up paint scheme on one side a few years back? https://www.google.com/search?q=Ton-Up+Lancs&rlz=1C1GGRV_enGB751GB751&oq=Ton-Up+Lancs&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i60l3.1191j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
  2. I flagged this one up too! http://hmvf.co.uk/topic/39577-unknown-early-chassis/?tab=comments#comment-442298
  3. This may be a daft question, but as at work there is no such thing as a daft question, I don't think so! Any ways I presume there are two lots of spark plugs because there are two ignition sources, but why two ignition sources?
  4. I had another internet rummage and came up with this, Ford Vanette, scroll down and look at the brochures http://www.coachbuilt.com/bui/v/vanette/vanette.htm
  5. I was looking at this newspaper article as you posted your reply. Who bodied them seems to be lost in the mists of time although they do look a little bit like the Montpelier Super Urban van, albeit with a higher roof line.
  6. Looks similar/like a Renault AGK with suicide doors https://myntransportblog.files.wordpress.com/2014/08/1936-renault-agk.jpg
  7. An eclectic mix of items alright leaning heavily towards agriculture. He used to put on a 1 day show complete with a tractor road run.
  8. There is also this company who received glowing praise in Tractor & Machinery magazine March 2019 two years after being installed. http://dynamoregulators.com/
  9. super6

    Number plates

    You need the logbook and a photo driving license/passport to buy from these, not so sure with regards show plates
  10. Thank you chaps, your replies much appreciated.
  11. @webkitlover See here be a good place to continue methinks
  12. If this is in an earlier post then my apologies, but why were they converted to petrol, a specific purpose? The only thing I can think of is the requirement for one type of fuel, but by that analogy they would all be petrol !
  13. What would these have been used to carry, I presume they were built for a specific purpose?
  14. No suspension on a Fordson N. Unless you count the seat spring A Pikey trick apparently, buy for £5, smash out the diff and radiator and weigh in. Not all N's had a phosphor bronze diff though! First time I've seen one like that though, I suspect the radiator is no where to be found either
  15. Has this been around before? My bad!
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