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- Sun Oct 13, 2019 12:39 pm
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: What was the bull motif?
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"The company wanted to be associated with the city of Milan, so they used the red cross typically associated with the Crusades in Milano. (Before the medical Red Cross, there was the Crusades red cross). The second half of the symbol depicts a man being eaten by a serpent. Interesting, right? To be ...
- Sun Oct 13, 2019 12:29 pm
- Forum: Off-Topic
- Topic: help needed with abbreviation
- Replies: 10
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"In the classical Roman Empire, standard coinage was established to facilitate business transactions. 12 denarii were rated equal to 1 gold solidus – a 4th-century Roman coin that was rare but which still circulated; and, since 240 denarii were cut from one Roman libra of silver, 240 denarii therefo...
Based on an admitted lack of complete understanding of matters electrical, I've always used a battery charger for this sort of testing. Works for me but I wouldn't be at all surprised to learn that from, say, Ohm's 11th Law of Electrical Interference, I'm committing some terrible faux pas.
This thread has set me to thinking about the various 'embellishments' that were all the rage for a while and I've remembered the following:- plastic wind deflectors (fly catchers?) fitted at the front of the bonnet; earthing straps from the car to the road; tigers tails on filler caps; 'bullet holes...
- Thu Sep 26, 2019 9:09 am
- Forum: Electrical
- Topic: Different reading on battery condition gague
- Replies: 24
- Views: 535
Have a look at the 'CTEK' range.
"- Next time it does it take plugs out to see if they are flooded or the dash pot off to see if the carb is full of fuel." Before you go to that sort of trouble, get yourself round to the back of the car and have a sniff near the exhaust pipe. You'll soon know if flooding is the problem, then take t...
IMHO Charles Ware cars are much overpriced, although I am sure the quality is excellent. But, presumably, they still find buyers for them. Do those buyers then join the OC and/or come on here, I wonder. Might be instructive to invite feedback/opinions from any that do, particularly as to whether or...
Then I spotted this, maybe we undervalue our moggies. https://www.morrisminor.org.uk/car-for-sale/211-1968-trafalgar-blue-4-door And (sniff) I would have hoped that, by now, the people at Charles Ware might know the difference between 'concourse' (a large open area inside or in front of a public bu...