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  1. super6

    Number plates

    You need the logbook and a photo driving license/passport to buy from these, not so sure with regards show plates
  2. Thank you chaps, your replies much appreciated.
  3. @webkitlover See here be a good place to continue methinks
  4. 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 !
  5. What would these have been used to carry, I presume they were built for a specific purpose?
  6. 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
  7. Has this been around before? My bad!
  8. Nothing to do with me whatsoever. I reckon this is a bit rich to buy just for the chassis, but someone may know what it is/was! Just scroll through the pictures then you will see what I mean. May not even be wartime but post war https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Vintage-Railway-Carriage-old-converted-accommodation/202047206384?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649
  9. Have a look here https://uk.search.yahoo.com/search?fr=mcafee&type=D211GB0GLB3&p=electric+powernsteering+kits
  10. How high are they to ridge? to top of walls?
  11. I expect you have done a bit of google searching but what about here as a starter for ten? There is a nice regimental plaque on the 5th row down, similar to this? https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=THE+LOVAT+SCOUTS+painted+insignia&rlz=1C1GGRV_enGB751GB751&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwiq6_D3xNHcAhXrDMAKHSyYCHAQsAR6BAgBEAE&biw=1256&bih=671#imgrc=4upnGp2wC1USFM:
  12. Not numbered but see here, make any fault finding easier https://www.autoelectricsupplies.co.uk/page/commonly_used_british_vehicle_wiring_colours
  13. Not too sure if you can do this method with copper but old school Sparkies used to bend steel conduit using a length of timber with a hole, sized to the conduit, through it. This then had a radius edge put around it so that when bending the tube it wouldn't foul on the former block hole as it is pushed through. Tube is inserted in hole and bent a little then pushed through hole a little and bent a little more and so on until you have the bend you want. Mark where you bend so that any adjustments can be made in the same place.
  14. Good to see you found your other one. Nut is described in parts book as Part No. 33969-S 1/2"-20 slotted thin nut. Being listed as a standard part, I presume it will be UNF Out of interest does it run in a bush and/or is there a lubricator/grease nipple for it?
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