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MatchFuzee

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  1. Is this the type of box that you have? Not the best of shots but may help. http://browningmgs.com/Maxim/Photos_Vickers/ArmoredVehicleAmmoBox.jpg
  2. This thread is also relevent http://hmvf.co.uk/forumvb/showthread.php?30857-Jeep-conversion-to-12v-(I-finally-got-fed-up-with-6v-!!)
  3. This site may have what you are looking for. http://www.agismfg.com/html/stuffingboxmini.html?gclid=CJe6h6__1r8CFYvLtAodfT8A9Q
  4. This company makes reproduction mounts:- http://www.ww2fabrications.com/britishairborne.htm I don't have any experience with the company, so I can't comment on the quality etc.
  5. An edition of special lapel pins and cufflinks for the Royal British Legion to commemorate the centenary of World War 1. http://www.tmbartmetal.com/product-p...bartmetal.html http://www.poppyshop.org.uk/flanders...cufflinks.html http://www.poppyshop.org.uk/flanders...lapel-pin.html (Although the profits will be going to the Royal British Legion I did get this post cleared by Jack first)
  6. Just searched "solid tyres for traction engines" and found these 2 sites. This company still make solid tyres:- http://www.cliftonrubber.co.uk/products/sports-leisure/traction-engine-wheels/ This company restores solid tyres:- http://www.reliantrubber.co.uk/reliant_rubber_tyres_wheels.php
  7. I think that the P51 Mustang is the most iconic US fighter and therefore my choice for the painting.
  8. This might help you. http://forums.lr4x4.com/index.php?showtopic=72353
  9. You might have trouble finding Danubina tyres because of this:- http://connection.ebscohost.com/c/articles/92647065/danubiana-sa-bankrupt
  10. This page might interest you. http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/threads/putting-a-12-volt-battery-in-a-6-volt-case.756016/
  11. This page gives freight trains timetable sites:- http://uk.ask.com/web?q=freight%20trains%20timetable&qsrc=999&l=sem&siteid=26579&ad=semA&an=google_s
  12. With some companies you even have a choice of universal or bespoke covers.
  13. You could try the Jaguar forums. Morris Lubricants products are all very good:- http://www.morrislubricants.co.uk/scripts/prodList.asp?idCategory=190
  14. Another way to solve the problem? http://www.feked.com/b38-6-type-battery-box-with-1-battery.html I don't have any experience of the product or company.
  15. I doubt that the dashboard lamp is unique to the Matador, so have you tried asking about it on other vehicle forums? Also, might this link help: http://www.greenmachinesurplus.com/aecmatador-0853-spare-parts-list-1323-p.asp Probably a long shot but perhaps Lucas have archive material that could help you.
  16. Might be worth you trying your local NFU agent or insurance broker.
  17. Your Cammo jacket is a "Smock, Parachutist DPM", better known as a Para Smock, although I don't which pattern it is.
  18. These 2 sites may help http://brassgoggles.co.uk/forum/index.php?topic=39582.0 http://www.easycomposites.co.uk/products/pigments/polyurethane-pigment/signal-red-pu-colour-pigment-for-casting-resin.aspx
  19. This link covers old British army sizing:- http://www.thefedoralounge.com/archive/index.php/t-22769.html
  20. Following on from Tony B, here is the link to the NFU vintage tractor insurance:- http://www.nfumutual.co.uk/Global/PDFs%20-%20document%20library/Insurance/vintage-tractor-insurance.pdf
  21. Have you tried these sites:- http://forum.keypublishing.com/showthread.php?19025-Cockpit-Collections http://forum.keypublishing.com/showthread.php?91497-Cockpit-collection-Rayleigh-in-Essex
  22. Very pleased to see Vulcan XA903 has one more dial. I suppose that you have this site:- http://www.v-bombers.org/Vulcan_XH560.htm and already know that The Cockpit Collection seems to have vanished.
  23. Plenty of companies to choose from if you Google:- Vehicle cotton braided cable sleeve
  24. A few years ago I saw Vulcan XA903 at Wellesbourne and at the time the panel for the Olympus 593 engine dials was more empty holes than dials, so I'm sure that the owner would be pleased to hear from you.
  25. If there is sufficient metal in the wheel rim have you thought of machining the rim down to a clean surface then fitting a steel tyre as is done to railway wheels to produce the correct diameter for the rubber tyre? This link describes the method:- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Train_wheel#Tire_installation I would question if leaving the rust to hold the tyres in place is really a solution to the problem, because as the vehicle is used won't the rust break up and eventually work it's way out, leading to loose tyres?
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