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  1. Sounds like the ex Dave Lees ones, see http://hmvf.co.uk/forumvb/showthread.php?7857-Albion-CX22/page4&highlight=cx22 post #40 and others. If it is, last time I saw it, it was a good running machine, Dave drove it from here to Dorset Steam Fair and back a few years ago. The speed was just to much for him so he bought a steam roller. He had the Albions up for sale but ended up doing a swap for a living van for the roller, to slow him down a bit more.
  2. Hi Scott, are you going to make it up to the 2014 Rally? you and your dad have been missing the past couple...
  3. A vehicle licenced (Taxed) as Historic can be used laden for personal use. (not sure about commercial without checking.) The pre 1960 MOT / Plating + Testing Exemption only allows unladen use. I have 1967 Bedford RL. It can be licenced as Historic but as it is later than 1960 it needs an annual test. Once tested and licenced it can be used laden. If it was a pre 1960 RL it could be licenced as Historic and used unladen without testing, it would need to be tested to be used laden but would still be licenced as Historic.
  4. What is the chassis no? There should be a chassis plate near the drivers side engine mount and another plate in the glove box.
  5. First weekend in August (3rd/4th) BA Stores, Lynn of Skene, Aberdeenshire.
  6. For one reason or another I never got around to updating this, but as the second event will soon be upon us I had better put up some pictures from the first one. We didn't have that many people turn up but the range of exhibits was quite good, from armour to plant. in no particular order we had; Canadian M37 Dodge Hotchkiss M201 Jeep Ford Jeep Dutch M38A1 Jeep Austin Gipsy Scammell Explorer Morris MRA1 Caterpiller D2 (ex army) Tangye Generator set (ex RAF WW2) Bedford MJ Centurian ARV also a CommerQ4, ThamesE4 and Austin K9 that live onsite. A good time was had by all and we
  7. I was actualy snowed in for a while this morning.
  8. Times for the meet are 10am Saturday to 4pm Sunday. Camping is available Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights.
  9. Matt, there is a picture of Dougs ferret, see post #109 of my Explorer blog and some in this thread http://hmvf.co.uk/forumvb/showthread.php?13206-BA-Stores-Vintage-Working-Weekend-Aberdeenshire&highlight=vintage+working+weekend
  10. I spoke to Allan Brownie at BA earlier on today. Everything is looking good to go, we have the use of the usual wooded area, 4x4 track, tank/heavy off-road area, space for caravans/camping, toilets and water. I am going to go over at the weekend to make some final arrangements with Allan and strim some of the longer grass in the woods.
  11. I hate to bring it up, but aren't Stalwarts overwidth? If so you can't drive one legaly with any licence.
  12. what is the seating capacity? I would have thought that it would be a "heavy motor car" what makes it difficult to test and why do you believe it is exempt?
  13. Just get some contam from a garage, that way it doesn't cost you anything.
  14. Welcome to HMVF, here are a couple of shows you could come to; http://hmvf.co.uk/forumvb/showthread.php?12040-BA-Vintage-Working-Weekend-Aberdeenshire http://hmvf.co.uk/forumvb/showthread.php?28138-New-event-in-North-East-Scotland
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