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STUNTMAN

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About STUNTMAN

  • Birthday 10/26/1970

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  • Location
    northallerton,n.yorks
  • Interests
    ww2 RAF,farm tractors etc
  • Occupation
    farmer

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  1. Hi havnt been on here for a while but just seen ur post re the trailer,it is a brockhouse trailer with torsion bar suspension,us that the remains if the fuel tank with front n rear cabinets? I've one myself waiting restoration but always interesting to see any others that exist,what has happened to it since your post?
  2. Acquired this E type bomb trolley awhile ago it was converted for use by local council as a roadworks trailer complete with "elephant hut" which was made in their own workshops I'm assuming with ex shelter sections which are thick gauge n still sound, I've dismantled the hut to aid moving due to its weight,it would make a good shepherds hut or living van? The trolley looks complete & is in good condition due to having the hut on it,this is one of a pair that were purchased by the farm,this one has been in the field since 1973.
  3. I would recommend speaking to bobc1940 on here
  4. Took the fordson & C type,F type bomb trolleys to leyburn 40s weekend
  5. Yes these engines are from bowsers as on the end I'd the drive coupling to the pump shaft
  6. Yes they were on the larger trollies,think I've spotted one local to me so I'm going to have a look as its just appeared,have a feeling its been dragged out poss 4 scrap collection!!
  7. Hey,there good that's just what I had in mind,its just a matter of a mould!! Bet they don't bounce about during transport!!
  8. Mayb? Did think of cement but may get 2heavy..
  9. Hi,not sure yet got a mate who's ex bomb disposal who might b able to get me a casing so I could make a mould to make some, out of what,I don't know yet
  10. Linked up the two finished trolleys for 1st time so couldn't resist a tow round,apologies for the German tractor!! Fordson on the blink...
  11. Hi Bob I got the tyres as new oldstock from local tyreman who has been in the trade for years & was familiar with older sizes etc unlike some of the newer retailers who were abit clueless n wanted rims taking in ad they were unsure,I wanted a roadtread pattern or as near to it as poss,they came with gaiters n tubes for £40each,he does have 1 left but can get new but prob bit more pricewise.
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