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  1. As titled cab 13 cmp doors, anything considered Ttfn
  2. I have a nice T60A pintle hook for a GPW available, in very good condition with only very minor wear. I am looking to trade it for a T60A pintle hook in comparable condition that is correct for our early Willys MB, which can be ID'd by the rough surface (cast in sand) and the name 'STEEL' cast onto both lower- and upper jaw. Alternatively, I might also be interested in other slatgrill parts for trade. Feel free to let me know what you have. Looks like I will be going to Beltring so I can bring the pintle hook there.
  3. GENTLEMEN, I'm looking into making repro's of the rotating OBSERVER SEAT for the Daimler Dingo. I also assume they are the same for the Ford Lynx Scoutcar. I've taken measurement of a original seat. At this moment I'm trying to source the right materials to reproduce the original seat as close as possible. My plan is to reproduce one seat for my own Daimler Dingo, and make a "kit" for other repro-seats of pre-cut parts (TAMIYA style). So it can be shipped and stored easy, and you can save costs by welding it yourselve together. There is NO obligation to order right now, but I'm just looking how to make this project as economical as possible. So IF you got an interest, please react and then I've got idea of the scale. I can't say anything about the costs, but material prices are the most easy thing to calculate. The costs for milling the notches are more difficult to calculate, also the costs for lasercutting the base and bending the seat-frame. If you wish, you can follow the progress of this project on the public DAIMLER SCOUT CAR SOCIETY on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/groups/4370...37556/?fref=ts The leather seats will be a different project, updates for this follow ASAP. Alternative you can contact me via email : naaficook@hotmail.com (Mods : if listed in the wrong thread, please feel free to move this)
  4. Hi I've got a rear axle for the willys jeep it's in bits so be aware this isn't just a swap over job after £200 any interest I'll post pictures. I've a lot of parts that I will be selling so if interested drop me a line and I'll send you pictures
  5. Any one has dimensions, drawings or more photos of this part ?
  6. This Commer cab Ford in a sorry state appeared at the Langport show in Somerset recently. It's last use was as a timber tractor as so many of these old Fords ended their working life, but now on it's way to the scrappers I've no doubt, although the owner said he was determined to get the engine running, but it was a Perkins 4 cylinder diesel and not the original flathead V8. Interesting that this sort of stuff still turns up in the oddest of places.
  7. Dear All, I am a volunteer member of a narrow gauge railway museum charity called the Moseley Railway Trust (http://www.mrt.org.uk), who operate the Apedale Valley Light Railway in North Staffordshire, UK My main interest is in the Light Railways (& trench tramways) of WW1. I have been involved with & lead several rolling stock projects and locomotive restorations so far. One of the next projects that I am considering is a "crewe Tractor" - a small locomotive designed for the light trench tramways. It was based upon a Ford Model T chassis & could revert to road use if required. I would be very interested to hear from anyone with a complete chassis that might be suitable for the above please?! Tucket Brothers seem to be the main commercial source of these vehicles in the UK - but I guess there may also be private sales too? At the moment I'm still researching the design & sourcing rail wheels before going too far. I'd appreciate any leads or advice that this forum could provide please? I'd really like to get hold of a simple 2D plan of the vehicle chassis & would really appreciate any leads please. It may be of interest that i'm also the event organiser for the Trust's major "Tracks to the Trenches - 2014" WW1 centenary event where we hope to be able to present a lot of these types of "tractors" & vehicles. The event has its own website here: www.ww1-event.org I look forward to hearing from you all soon. Thanks in advance, Gareth Roberts
  8. Hi just got my jeep this week after months of searching and disappointments. Shes in good fettle hence I've done about 100 miles this week, but the exhaust position means I get blackening all over the off side rear tyre and wheel. The previous owner used lead substitute I don't intend to. Having looked underneath there is some scope to move the exhaust a bit but not enough to kick it out past the wheel I don't think. Whats the views on adding a slight bend to the end of the pipe to divert it a little? The jeep is a 1943 Ford GPW with lots of F marked parts and the original engine and chassis, though the tub and chassis are solid the engine needs some TLC over the winter but until then I'm going to use her every week and get out to some shows. Any strong views on whats best?:red:
  9. Dear All, Just a quick introduction. My main interest is in WW1 vehicles - primarily the tactical narrow gauge (60cm) temporary railways used by all sides (www.wdlr.org.uk). I have a personal collection of several of the British & american freight cars/wagons. I am also a significant shareholder in a French WW1 steam loco (due to steam next year). I was heavily involved with the Salvage Squad episode covering the WW1 armoured narrow gauge petrol loco several years ago. I have been reading the forum posts on the WW1 lorry recreations/restorations - these are very intreiguing & have many similiarities to the Ng wagon project I have been working on. I am starting to research a new project at the moment - a convertable road/rail tractor based on a Ford model T. There were about 120 of these "created" by the London North Western Railway at their Crewe works in c1917. They were know as "Crewe Tractors" - I have some photos on my webserver - http://www.wdlr.org.uk/wdlr/images/crewe_tractor/ I hope to get some useful advice from this forum! Best regards, Gareth
  10. This is the last of my Brother's little collection. (the 6X6 Dodge he ordered on the Sunday before his demise, was due to be delivered the next week, we had to cancel it.). This little baby was Con's pet, in fact most of our work on it was cosmetic and minor mechanicles and running gear. I have a wooden boxed Special edition Book 1278/2000. I will put it on the sale and wanted page.
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