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or some other kind of wheel, steam roller or something like that?
None of those sorts of things Lauren

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Is it a mobile bath unit or mobile laundry?

Last guess for tonight Clive, got to be up 6.30am to go to a show.

Crikey 6.30am, but a lucky man if you still have a show to go to. Nope Derek nothing to do with washing of bodies or clothes.

 

Resume of clues so far:

Mobile

A clutch is somehow involved

Larger than two people

Fairly common, probably everyone on here has seen one, sometimes daily (less A-D)

These have been made in UK & Australia

Was around in 1971

 

A-D is very common everyone will have seen them. There is a tenuous link to a recent MO.

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Very dishonestly I tried to cheat by putting the diagram into a 'Google Images' search. I failed, deservedly so .....

 

However .... I did see that the picture has a caption. Would it give the game away if I reveal it?

 

Nic

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Go on then Nic

 

Yes you won't find this on google yet (until a bot has harvested the image)

 

(Service announcement - going to a carboot so may be a delay in responding, it shouldn't be seen necessarily a delay because someone has got the right answer)

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The caption reads 'Field Filtration'.

 

Nic

Well that's wrong for a start. :whistle::whistle:

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Could it be the rear end of a vehicle. I have a slip-on fire unit ... looks a bit like it. But I can't figure the clutch bit??? Unless we're talking about a clutch of something? Bamboozled.>:(

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Are A - D containers?
Perhaps not in the accepted sense but they do contain something that is crucial to this arrangement.

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Could it be the rear end of a vehicle. I have a slip-on fire unit ... looks a bit like it. But I can't figure the clutch bit??? Unless we're talking about a clutch of something? Bamboozled.>:(

Getting very warm, it is part of a vehicle.

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Is it the front of a cletrac-type high speed tracked-vehicle...? Rob

Rob no nothing exotic at all.

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Clive,

You say clutch is a clue, then you told Bernard that it was bigger than the two of you. That puzzles me as it must be a big component, you also gave a clue that it was made in UK and Australia .......... the only thing I can think of is that it is something to do with a Land Rover as they were built in both countries.

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It looks like the floor plan of a landrover driver's compartment (front at top) ? The shaded areas would be on the floor - cutting instructions for non slip mats maybe ?

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Clive,

You say clutch is a clue, then you told Bernard that it was bigger than the two of you. That puzzles me as it must be a big component, you also gave a clue that it was made in UK and Australia .......... the only thing I can think of is that it is something to do with a Land Rover as they were built in both countries.

 

Richard well collated, yes it is.

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It looks like the floor plan of a landrover driver's compartment (front at top) ?

Yes it is indeed well done!

 

The shaded areas would be on the floor

Yes

 

 

cutting instructions for non slip mats maybe ?
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Nope but good idea, but something much more important

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