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Dave Ashby

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  1. Many thanks for the replies, it’s always good to have these things confirmed by experts on the subject. Personally I shall not go down the route of making it look WD - replicas are not my thing - at some point I’ll rebuild it and enjoy it for what it is. I’ll attach a few photos, it was a rolling frame when I bought it (last pic) I was still at school at the time, saved up my paper round money to buy it. Everything else was in cardboard boxes including the engine in pieces. Regards, Dave
  2. Hello all, Hoping to get a bit of info on an ML that's been languishing in the back of the shed for nearly 25 years - reading some of the topics on here has encouraged me to dig it out and take a look. From what I have read I believe the frame to be a post war civilian due to the high number and stand retaining clip. The engine number starts AAA and ends A although it is stamped on the flat boss (bit confused here - I thought triple A = wartime but flat boss post war?) I do have another number on the other side of the engine where most people's triple A number is stamped. There is no
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