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- Wed Jul 22, 2015 4:42 pm
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: Just thought of this,someone must have done it?
- Replies: 3
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I cant really see how you will get veneer around the curves as it doesn't like to bend both ways at once
On the second picture patch is clearly not seam welded so should be an mot failure, so would suggest a clean up and weld. My car was supposedly restored professionally long before I bought it, used for a year and then stored for another nine years, and the repairs look much like yours. Luckily I wan...
Just a quick question does the oil way feed for the camshaft enter the head on the front right hand side , (as looking from front of car) as whilst trying to start my minor after it had been standing for 5 years, it has developed a serious oil leak from head gasket in that area ? many thanks
Created by an enthusiast to pay homage to the original Radford estates, built from 2 rusty examples that were uneconomical to restore, the combination of an XK150 and a Morris Minor woody traveler, for sale at Bonhams auction, love it or loathe it?? sorry if you have all seen this before[frame] http...
Update . Engine running and sounds nice Oil leak from front right hand corner ? looks like may be from head gasket :roll: engine coming out though as front crossmember ? under rad rotted totally. Want to give engine bay a good clean/tidy too .[frame] http://mmoc.org.uk/mbimage.php?src=1380722043_19...
Very slow going as doing two jobs at moment Main work on Gertie has been cleaning off old underseal and repairing floors . I have found smooth Hamerite in the muted clay colour is very similar to Dove grey when a small amount of black paint is added, and this will be the final coat underfloor. Here ...
- Tue Oct 07, 2014 5:26 pm
- Forum: Off-Topic
- Topic: Can anyone identify this tool
- Replies: 12
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this is a floor board clamp , used them many years ago. The two lugs go either side of floor joist pull handle back then tighten against side of floorboard with threaded part. Damn fiddly to use but if pushing boards against a wall you could push wall over if not carefull