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  1. Thanks chaps...’Fighting Vehicle’ will do me it’s going on the Norton..👍
  2. Can anyone identify this plate and could it be mounted on a Norton 16h and does anyone have a workshop number I can stamp on the plate which did actually rebuild WW2 bikes. thanks Chris
  3. Has anyone got any hints or tips on how the hell you get the clutch rubbers to fit back into the clutch basket a more fiddly job I struggle to think of. Never done it before took the cover off whilst there to check the condition of the rubbers wish I hadn’t, is there a knack to getting them back that’s eluding me..?? Thanks Chris
  4. Hello 'OLD GRUMPY', Most definitely RED RED..! Bright and shinyRED Chris
  5. I have posted this question on the motorcycle forum but thought it was worth a try here as well. My early 1942 Ariel motorcycle has a white '67' on a red square background. I cannot seem to find what this designates might be infantry...but don't know. Can anyone tell me what it means...? Thanks Chris
  6. My Ariel has a white '67' on a square red background on the tank. I cannot find what this designates maybe infantry..? But exactly what I don't know. Can anyone help. Thanks chris
  7. Hello Ron, Excellent...that will do me, I'll go with that...! I'll look for that extra info in their next edition. Have a good evening. Thanks Chris
  8. Can anyone help me with working out a appropriate tank number for my Triumph 3 SW/HW. The bike is early SW frame with the number 'TL 9284' around the top of the headstock and has a later 3HW engine '3HW 52767'. The engine according to 'Orchard and Maddens' book seems to fall into contract number 'S2956' 5000 machines Dec 43 to June 44. No problem there, could have been a military exchange or at anytime replaced in the past 70 odd years, either way not bothered as better than the earlier side valve. I am copying the bike on page '189 or 137' of said book depending which version you have. I would like to put a C number on the tank that roughly corresponds with the frame number but it would appear that this is in the period either before or after the the Triumph factory was bombed and records etc were lost. I think I am about right in placing the frame at around contract number C4631/C5108 but I am no expert at this dating especially with the difficulty with all the record gaps during this period. A question I do have is....the numbers of machines produced from C2073 ( 1st Contract 3SW) to C5108 do not appear to add up to the number on my frame or is this not how it worked...? Any suggestions, confirmations of of my findings or just a ; "Get on with it and stick any number from that time period on the tank" Will be greatly appreciated......." HAPPY NEEW YEAR...!! Chris
  9. Has anyone out there got ONE....lying around that they want to sell...? thanks Chris
  10. Hello Flea, I am all sorted but thankyou for your reply.
  11. I am thinking of selling my above trailer MK2 that's the slightly longer version than the MK1.. can anyone give me an idea of a fair price I should be asking. It's all complete good solid condition with a canvass, tow hook, convoy light etc... needs new tyres. Thanks chris
  12. Thanks for the heads up on this ...I can see its all done etc but can I ask what do you think of the price he is asking..? Regards Chris
  13. Looking for a Matchless WD G3 Any condition considered even stripped and in boxes as long as the machine is reasonably complete.
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