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  1. 4 hours ago, Baz48 said:

    The one above may be on singles and it may be 1940 production while its engine side panels are post 42 singles all round I understand came in end of 40 early 41 for OY's while OW's kept 32x6 single fronts 34x7 twin rear's 

    I do however have the correct one on the other side, she also has a heavily modified gs body done by the Dutch fire brigade in 1951. 😀

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  2. On 9/10/2019 at 7:43 PM, Ian L said:

    I beleive this is the other one ? Normandy 2014

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    That’s my old lorry, I bought it off Pete Gaine, I spoke to Geoff a couple of times just before he died. He had booked a day to come and see her and have a drive, sadly he died before it happened.

     I sold it to a guy in Essex to fund buying a family part owned Bedford OY.

     I still vividly remember the pain sleeping in the back and getting up and forgetting about that bloody RSJ ! 😭 this happened frequently ! 

     


  3. 18 hours ago, Ron said:

    Steve one thing I've noticed before you ride it. Your saddle looks awfully close to the mudguard?? It could be just camera angle?Any bump in the road could mean a coming together otherwise. Ron

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    Count the coils on the seat springs, this photo has two more than Steve’s by the looks of it 🤔


  4. 13 hours ago, flyingfleasteve said:

    The original petrol tank is in a very sorry start so whilst at Malvern a few weeks ago I found a temporary 3HW tank, still in need of repair, but much more solid.....apart from the big holes!

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    Brian Tillin told me the Indian made ones are quite good.

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