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  1. thats interesting!. So if all the owners were t send in letters rather than e-mail. the records would end up in a warehouse and no one would look at them?
  2. Hi, Had the same problem myself. I modified the seat and found the seeting position comfortable. Fate had it the I had a health problem and lost a lot of weight, so I bought a replacement. I've still got the modified seat if your interested. Wouldn't want much for it, but being a odd shape, i'm not sure how much shipping would be.
  3. Hi, I'm looking for a rear brake assembly for a 1943 RE125 . Anyone got one they'd part with? I'm aware that's a big ask, so if you have set of plans to make one, please let me know. cheers Doug
  4. Hi, I'm looking for a set. Did you get any made?
  5. Daiya Tracked Rocket Launching vehicle Look like one of these. motors removed and painted green: Daiya (Japan) battery operated Tracked Rocket Launching vehicle - scarce tinplate example is orange, with tinprinted detail including 2 x Titan and Saturn United States Airforce Rockets, bare metal tracks
  6. To save argument, why not take a copy of the home office rules with you?
  7. Hi I was looking for £300 for canvas and frame. Shipping extra, but I've no idea how much, although I could take to malvern. regards, Doug
  8. I've got a couple for sale. whereabouts are you? Doug
  9. Hi, I have a glass insulator set available if your interested. Doug[ QUOTE=Chris Suslowicz;478318]I have not seen the the block type before, but that looks to be only for a receiver aerial. The glass insulator with the metal mounting is RAF, I think, and has a metal pipe on the back, and a knurled nut on the aerial end. They were used on aerial junction boxes (Co-axial cable to wire aerial, etc., for ground stations but probably had other uses.) The two glass bowls... are for the 'blackout box' on the front wall of a radio box. They fit into two Tufnol or Paxolin squares about 0.25" (5mm) thick, and have butterfly (wing) nuts on the end to attach wire feeders (to variometer inside and aerial base outside). There is a complete unit on eBay, but I will make no comment regarding the price! :wow: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/WW2-British-Insulators-W-T-Aerial-Lead-In-No-12-ZA-0891-WS19-WS22-WS52-WS53-/151588268923 It does have useful photographs of the assembly. Regards, Chris.
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