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MatchFuzee

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  1. Interesting to see how many have survived in the UK, from range targets to restored:- http://www.armourinfocus.co.uk/a22new/register/thelot.htm
  2. Are you a Kubelwagen Facebook member? Must it be a UK based one only?
  3. There are a few on MILWEB:- http://www.milweb.net/classifieds.php?search_term=kubelwagen&type=&x=0&y=0
  4. You may need to talk to a cable manufacturer. I'm not particularly recommending any company but here are 2 examples:- https://speedycables.com/speedometer-cables/ http://www.cable-tec.co.uk/Products/Speedo_Tacho_Cables.asp
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    wanted

    If the phone number and email on the sales page don't work, from the contact page a mobile number and another email address:- For all enquiries & further details please call field phone: 07824 905 064 or email: shortysfx@hotmail.co.uk
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    wanted

    Have you seen this one (about 1/3 down the page)? 1942 MATCHLESS G3L Original Military G3L in good running order. £4500 http://www.wardepartment.co.uk/bikes-for-sale/
  7. Thanks for the update, it is always nice to know when a problem has solved.
  8. Is it only an M20 or GL3 that you are looking for? If not, and in case you haven't seen talltom's post or he hasn't seen your's:-
  9. 1975 Pinzgauer (the same one as posted earlier) https://www.bonhams.com/auctions/25455/lot/608/?category=list&length=12&page=9 1956 S1 military Land Rover https://www.bonhams.com/auctions/25455/lot/667/?category=list&length=12&page=4 1987 Military 110 https://www.bonhams.com/auctions/25455/lot/646/?category=list&length=12&page=10 1942 DUKW https://www.bonhams.com/auctions/25455/lot/703/?category=list&length=12&page=3 The Beaulieu Sale 7 Sep 2019, starting at 11:00 BST
  10. Bound to be the expensive option even if they supply single items to the general public:- http://www.penman.co.uk/support-spares.html If it is the same as the AL-KO button:- https://www.trailertek.com/trailer-parts/couplings/coupling-spares/handbrake-parts/al-ko-handbrake-button-release
  11. Tim, the Arabic alphabet for you:- For more and clearer images of the Arabic A search "Arabic alif".
  12. Interesting to see that the number plates have both the English and Arabic numbers.
  13. One on Milweb for £10,000 M29 Weasel. Ex Norwegian Army. Volvo engine. Automatic transmission. Runs and drives. Unrestored but in fair condition. Not your usual rotten body tub:- http://www.milweb.net/classifieds/view_large.php?ad=96881&cat=1
  14. If you are interested the history of NS UNS etc, this covers the changes:- The “UN” thread form was developed after World War II by representatives of Great Britain, Canada, and the United States of America, to prevent recurrence of the wartime difficulties in supplying fasteners and tools in both British Standard Whitworth and US Standard configurations when and where needed. In 1949, after years of committee meetings between Canada, England and United States of America the American National Standard Series was replaced with the Unified Inch Standard Series. In the end there were three base reasons identified for the change. The first reason was to provide interchangeability with Canada and United Kingdom. The second reason was to allow for interchangeability in the growing global marketplace. The third reason was to correct certain thread production difficulties. The jointly-developed thread form was named the Unified Thread Form. the Unified Thread is also referred to in the B1.1-2003 as Unified Inch Screw Thread. This Unified Inch Screw Thread both superseded the previous British, Canadian and American national standards, and later served as a prototype multi-national thread form standard that was eventually metricified to become the ISO Metric Screw Thread (the M-series). More history on here:- https://www.ring-plug-thread-gages.com/ti-N-vs-UN.htm
  15. Occasionally on eBay http://www.stuart-bray-motorcycles.co.uk/parts/bsa-parabike-spares/ I assume that you mean the proper parabike pedals.
  16. You could try a commercial vehicle motor factor or a hydraulic pipe maker. If you ask for a "hex lock nut and threaded nipple" they should know what you want.
  17. Amazing if rather gruesome. He should make people stop and stare!
  18. This link should help you:- http://hmvf.co.uk/search/?q=Document wallets &type=forums_topic&updated_after=any&sortby=relevancy&search_and_or=and
  19. Voltage shouldn't be a problem, VDO (other makes are available) gauges are rated 6v to 24V :- https://www.vdo-instruments.com/sensors/temperature-sensors-switch.html
  20. You may find the answer here:- http://www.blowlamp.co.uk/
  21. As the cigarette lighter plug is universal for all car accessories, have you thought of wiring in a hidden lighter socket, or are you going to make an adaptor from the 2 pin socket to a lighter socket?
  22. Two pin auxiliary socket, pre-dates the cigarette lighter. Socket and plug:- https://images.app.goo.gl/buu4QBpjozJiq2rN9
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