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  1. BUMP. This thread not within my ownership, however during a idle moment today I remembered it , to me - the design and construction seems to be British, typical of built to order or just small batch..
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  2. Practice piece was probably a little too thick 1.2 mm with galvanising on top. Actual work piece will be 1 mm, so should turn over easier. Plus, it was only held in the plywood with a couple of G clamps, so was a bit thrown together just for a quick test. As for hammer choice, that's a laughing point round here. I had a set of nasty Chinese ones for years, which did, sort of OK, then a couple of xmas's back, after much mickey taking, our Stuart got me a set of very sexy Snap On ones. There's no question they are top notch tools and I'm not sure I do them justice banging away on rusty
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  3. Not exactly playing Devil's advocate myself but, having spent many years in the motor trade (a long time ago) and having recently become involved with the maintenance of some heavy-ish preserved vehicles, I am of the opinion that no vehicle used on the road should be exempt from MOT testing unless it is operated by an organisation with the capability and responsibility to subject it to a stringent routine maintenance schedule, e.g. The MoD and emergency services. A case recently came to my attention, of a preserved vehicle from the 1950's which is MOT exempt and in use on the road. One da
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  4. Finally we getting there this is the begin lots of detail still to come
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  5. Paul, If you read your club magazine, whether MVT or IMPS, etc. You will find regular articles from the Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs. Most of the old car, motorcycle, commercial, bus, mv, etc. clubs in this country belong to the FBHVC and they are actively checking on all this sort of legislation whether it be from the UK or EU, which would effect member clubs. They have more "clout" than individual clubs and have managed to get amendments, etc in the past. It may be worth checking their website to see if there is any mention of this consultation.
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