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  1. Now I look again, the first pic posted appears to have the same wider spaced track arrangement. My '38 ag spec (or should that be hort spec?!) is used for ploughing so is set up in a narrow configuration. I believe - without looking at the book - there were four width settings achieved by various swapping of wheels side to side, inner hub to outer hub etc., in a vaguely similar way to adjusting the rear track of Fergie or Ford with GKN style wheels. I've just noticed it seems to have a tray under the engine, the only one I've ever seen other than mine. Does it run?
  2. The carrier rollers, idler wheels and belt guard suggest a later version mg2, the main hubs look to be missing the outer castings. Shame the fuel tank casting is damaged, should be repairable though. Any makers or contract plates? An invasion star??? Very slow up the beach!
  3. May be of use to someone... https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/ww2-radio-receivers-BC453-B/163814927804?hash=item2624216dbc:g:joIAAOSwwtNdUTeY
  4. Nice one! The truck in the auction had a Rolls engine, but what did the other truck have in it??? Had a very 'tasty' note to it.
  5. The buyer of the DT turned up with another DT wrecker to collect it. Shame I didn't have time to stick around to see them try and get out of the yard. £7,500ish I think. Don't know what the trolley made though, got too involved in a couple of burgers and missed it.
  6. catalogue https://tsauction.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/Lovell_Catalogue_REDUCED.pdf
  7. https://tsauction.co.uk/auction/vintage-auction-a-lifetimes-accumulation-of-artefacts/
  8. The John Lovell collection, from memory a real alladins cave, and includes a Diamond T wrecker. Via Thimbleby and Shoreland.
  9. Thanks for the info and link, it would appear that this one is missing most of it's extra bits.
  10. Can anyone identify it? The markings appear to be WC3 8orS 4G on both sides, FHB P... on the back. Just noticed it's also missing a mudguard. Open to offers. Help to load available.
  11. Open to offers, what did you have in mind?
  12. They are near Odiham, Hampshire. £80 each.
  13. We may find the lid, but assume it's missing.
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