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  1. Hi Does anyone have a 160 pounder flysheet that they no longer require? (Preferably wartime but would consider later) If you have, please pm me with price, contact details etc. Regards John
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    NEW Track grip tyres, British WW2

    Hi Pete I am glad you chimed in with that info. Having seen this thread I was wondering about the size of the rims on the Chevy, so now I known. Best regards John
  3. Hi All I am wondering how much an overhauled towing hitch (type with fold out handles) for a 1/2 ton general service trailer is worth. Regards John
  4. Pity about that. Have you tried Gary Oldman as a second best option!!
  5. Hi Chris I have seen this guy: Derek Herbert www.churchill-lookalike.co.uk Mob. 07802 805701 tel. 0151 336 8345 Best regards John
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    GMPG. Gimpy

    The definitive reply from the MVT seems to be a long time coming.
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    Old style square nuts

    Hi Why not have a look here and use the proper imperial threads? https://www.accu.co.uk/en/851-flat-square-nuts#elast Best regards John
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    Morris Commercial CS8 ...the one from Dads Army Movie.

    There are two Dad's Army movies one made in 1971 and the last one in 2016. Regards John
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    WANTED Plow bolts for bedford MW

    Hi Danny This company lists plough bolts. http://www.gartoninternational.com/news/ They say in their news page that they are sending countersunk bolts to Denmark for a WW11 tank restoration, so they may help you out. Regards John
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    Jeep parts manual

    There is a downloadable parts list for the 1942 GPW on the Jeepdraw website, this list also has the Willys part numbers and exploded view diagrams. http://jeepdraw.com/images/jeepdraw/ADOBE_ACROBAT_FILES/TM-10-1348-FORD-Parts-Price.pdf John
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    Dunkirk,movie

    My wife and I went to see it in the IMAX format having read reviews in the Telegraph. The size of the screen and the enhanced sounds made you feel as if you were there in the thick of it. It was worth going to see in this format, if only to appreciate the terrifying effect of the Stuka sirens, something that I have never fully appreciated in the normal cinema format. I felt transfixed, helplessly waiting for the bomb to drop. Just another opinion. John
  12. I believe that the early gear boxes had the filler on the right hand side when looking forward. Most have the filler on the left hand side with a separate filler for the transfer case situated at the back of the case, all whilst looking forward.
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    smoking

    Just a thought, looking at the condition of the flange faces on the manifold, it would be a good idea to have the manifold skimmed to provide a good seal on re-assembly. A good seal at the manifold is important for a good running engine. Regards John
  14. I have a sprung towing bracket complete with hitch for sale believed to have been taken off an Austin K5, please see pictures below. I am selling this on behalf of a friend who is looking for £180.00 o.n.o. I could take it to the Yorkshire Wartime Experience on Saturday. Any questions please call 00743752616.
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    Gold Bullion in Tank!

    They all lived happily ever after, as in all the best fairy stories.:laugh:
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