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I fancy a 2CV-based kit car. A knackered 2CV (rusted-out) cost pocket change, and new chassis are relatively cheap (they're galv too!) Sommat that looks like a 1930s roadster would be cool, though with that twin-pot boxer under the bonnet, not lightening fast! A Lomax perhaps... http://www.sportsan...
Blimey, I remember taking that type of spark plug apart to clean them, they seemed to keep working forever as long as the porcelain was undamaged, think I've still got some, different makes but still with their original tins and the paper guarantee that came with them.
- 1 Jan 2010, 1:24am
- Forum: The Tea Shop
- Topic: For computer buffs (or is it nerds?)
- Replies: 22
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Hi Kwackers, your experiences must be different from mine but that's how it goes, some find Microsoft stuff works for them and some, myself included find it doesn't. I've used a Mac but can't ever recall having been forced to download anything or had any problems finding apps that I need to use it. ...
aj You do hear anecdotes about cases where the enforcement people have not been "invited" into a dwellinghouse to make an inspection and they have allegedly obtained a warrant on spurious grounds from a docile bench, presumably on the rationale that anybody with nothing to hide would let ...
aj Have you had any grief with home visits etc? Hi Thirdcrank, They have called on several occasions but I have never been in to welcome them, all I found was their calling card which basically said "We said we would call". Still regularly receive threatening letters as well, perhaps I ne...
Welcome to the club Mick, I ditched the TV ten years ago, moved house and left the TV at the old place, never miss it and don't even bother with the iplayer thingy either, do enjoy the radio though.
My old Carlton Cobra is a truwel too, its the one that had a fully chromed frame overlaid with a sort of transparent red and black paint scheme that didn't last as well as the chrome. Think it cost about £80 in the early seventies. Apart from the paint its still all original.
If I remember the 1970's Carltons correctly Reynolds frames had seat stays that were attached to the sides of the seat tube, those bikes made with the tru-wel were wrapped around the seat tube and over the top tube.