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  1. I think there is a different reason for the S on the vehicle (unknown to me). The usual position for the Command group letter was on the driver's side of the cab.
  2. Just a question about the I.D ing of ROF factories. I took a look at the online list of ROF facilities and I have to assume it is not complete. I came across an ROF on a BfA photo that isn't on the list - Whitchurch, and I presume this is just one. I am not suggesting that the following had ROF status but who knows? (that is a genuine question) The only place name I have come across (so far) which has R and D in it which has war related work taking place there is Radcliffe, Greater Manchester. Which had a number of manufacturers of munitions, aircraft and tank components. I would think though that it would more likely be RC, or just R?
  3. Personally I don't see a problem with it but I realise 'where they are coming from' regarding bike thefts and everything that goes with it. The DVLA website states a receipt for the replacement engine written evidence from the manufacturer an inspection report provided for insurance purposes written confirmation on headed paper from a garage (if the change took place before you bought the vehicle)' So in effect you need the old receipt from ten years ago from when you bought the bike. I am guessing you might not have it? Perhaps you might be able to 'find' an old one? Even the handwritten one from the mate you bought it from might be enough, especially if it gives the frame number and engine number?
  4. Came across this on a F/B page, no idea as to its provenance but thought it might interest some of you guys, if only in comparison to the paint job done by Tomo!
  5. In times gone by he had some very good stuff at the right price. Sorry I cant help with any pics.
  6. The vehicle number would just be one of a series of RAF numbers such as on this (modern) photo.
  7. The number refers to the Group i.e. M/41 refers to Maintenance Group 41, Aircraft Group. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RAF_Maintenance_Command
  8. B = bomber command, F = fighter command, M= maintenance command.
  9. Thanks for that fellas, I can see it now 🙂
  10. I can't seem to get my head/eyes around this photo of a Sherman. What is that arrangement to the right of the barrel?
  11. The bike looks like a Triumph TRW so is unlikely to be in service abroad before 1950.
  12. Thanks a lot, I am going to try it. Regards Jiri

  13. No Signals

    Jiri

    Hi Jiri You might, only might, get a quicker response if you post your query on the Motorcycle section. Best of luck.
  14. Am I correct in thinking that all A frames now need to have a braking facility fitted?
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