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Highway trailer | RV Dealers & RV Sales in Salem, Portland by harish agarwal
Alstrailers is the best Highway trailer dealers in new & used RV Sales in Oregon along with finance option. We have all the brands of RV parts and Accessories. For more info: http://www.hwytrailersale.com/
August 10th 18 08:50 AM
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Receive your credit in 48 hours. by [email protected]
Receive your credit in 48 hours. You have been refused by the bank because your credit does not meet their standard. you dream of doing your own business, your house, paying an explainable debt, in need of money; I offer from 3,000 € to 4,000,000 € at an interest rate of 2% per year. E-mail:
March 2nd 18 02:18 PM
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Jaguar E Type problem by [email protected]
Sorry for the next post. But did you ever solve it? I am having the same problem. I live I Brazil and here most vintage cars die when the coil overheats (common remedy is to splash some water on its top and get going again). Bit I haven't come to a conclusion yet. And are there any fixes to an overheating coil?
November 20th 17 03:42 PM
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Uploads - What is wrong with Easynews by [email protected]
Looking for Star Trek Discovery season 1 Episodes 6 onwards in english. Why does it seem there are no posts any more ??? --- This email has been checked for viruses by AVG. http://www.avg.com
November 10th 17 08:24 AM
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Identification please by [email protected]
https://www.dropbox.com/s/w9s9x3ombxq55og/Unidentified.jpg?dl=0 Photo taken before 1939 in Barnstaple. TIA John
August 17th 17 10:22 AM
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Looking for VW Beetle White, EUY882J by Neil[_8_]
Looking for EUY882J Dont suppost anyone knows of EUY882J, still looking for it now.... on a sorn for years....
July 16th 17 06:28 PM
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Lucas horns by Davey[_4_]
There is a pair of Lucas horns on e-bay at the moment: http://www.ebay.com/itm/132210307619?ul_noapp=true The domes are not chromed, although the trumpets are, and they have mesh in them, but still, asking £250 is a bit hopeful, I think. There again, if somebody bites, why not try? -- Davey.
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June 11th 17 12:51 PM
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Classic Car meet by Bill Wright[_2_]
Saturday 17th June 2017, lunchtime onwards The Grazing Harts, Micklebring, South Yorkshire, S66 7RR Free admission Barbeque
May 18th 17 12:28 AM
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Coachbuilder conversion: can anyone identify the car? by [email protected]
In the 1940s-1960s several coachbuilders created "estate cars" / "shooting brakes" on luxury cars. Here's a partial snapshot of one, and I am trying to guess the original car from the rear wheel valances, but without success. Sorry it's a poor photo. Not an Austin Sheerline, is it? http://www.oldstox.com/images/what%20car.jpg
May 13th 17 09:31 PM
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Humber super snipe by [email protected]
Hi can any one help me out my 1961 humber super snipe is taking in air in the fuel pump but it one full steel pipe into the tank I can see long bubble in the clear pipe going to the pump it fine till it need a lot of fuel I have checked all the pipe work to the tank and recondition the pump any help would be much appreciated thanks
April 19th 17 11:50 PM
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anyone heard of a gefarator????? by [email protected]
On Monday, 1 April 2002 21:49:00 UTC+13, Gareth Bowdler wrote: G'day , OK, my good mate has a 1953 Ford Mainline Ute, now hanging off the exhaust manifold (on the left hand manifold only when viewed from the front with bonnet up) is this . . .umm thing. It screws into the exhaust manifold with a pipe about 5/16" bore and about 12" long , on the end of the pipe is a thing about...
January 16th 17 07:48 PM
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1967 Land Rover with 2.6L Rover motor with a Weslake Head by [email protected]
I am working on my Tan 1967 Land Rover Station Wagon 109. Alex from British Motor in Sacramento CA USA is reviewing the Motor and setting tappets for me. He calls ask why due you have a Rev Limit Rotor set to 2700 rpm = 5400 cam rpm max Why would Lucas make this type of rotor? Fire Pump?
January 8th 17 03:32 PM
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Robert Hugh Fearon Anderson by Robert Mulain
It seems (according to his grave) that this man died at Silverstone almost 50 years ago, August 15th 1967. I vaguely remember his funeral/interment as a schoolkid - and recently 'cleaned him up' a bit. Anyone know anything aboutthis remarkable fellow? I feel some celebration is in order...
September 4th 16 11:06 PM
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My wife's great-uncle drove a Talbot at Brooklands... by [email protected]
Hi David. I've just seen this online, many years after you posted it. Bill gilbert is my great great uncle, and drove at brooklands. I would be very interested to see the photographs you have, I only have a few. He use to drive Bentleys, but I'm not sure what else.
May 30th 16 01:37 AM
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Seat belts in an MGA by Hoiward Perks
replying to Howard Rose, Hoiward Perks wrote: HI Howard, I know this is an old post but I have a similar problem now. Did you every find a way to fix belts to your MGA so that the roof can go up and down. You kmight be interested in what's been done to my car but I'd like to find a better way. Regards Howard Perks (pleasde use my email address to reply - )
February 25th 16 06:17 PM
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Fuel tank sensor and gauge by Davey[_4_]
I have to debug an old-style fuel gauge problem this winter, it never moves. I will first check that the gauge is wired correctly, and has power. As I see it, the gauge is really an ammeter, the current depending on the resistance of the potentiometer in the sender unit. Before tackling the tank sender unit, what sort of current should I be able to measure passing through the gauge? If it is...
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February 19th 16 12:27 PM
by Dave Plowman (News) Go to last post
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Wilson pe-selector gearbox by Robert Mulain
On Thursday, 24 May 2001 16:00:54 UTC+1, Jill Treasure wrote: Hi folks My dad is planning to build a model of a Wilson pre-selector gearbox, and asked me to look on the net for information about them. I tried Google, which returned enough sites for me to reckon this newsgroup might be relevant, but didn't seem to have any sites about the actual gearbox and its technicalities. ...
February 4th 16 07:21 PM
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Repair to a capillary thermometer by Ian Johnston
My four year old Smith's (Holden) capillary water temperature gauge has slowly subsided over the last couple of weeks, so that it now thinks water boils (near sea level!) at 35 degrees centigrade. Does anyone know of a company who can repair them, or do I just lob Holden another ninety (ouch) quid? Ian --
January 4th 16 11:17 PM
by Al[_3_] Go to last post
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diesel engine that fits super snipe by [email protected]
Hi I have two humber super snipe one manual and one auto they are both 1961 I have the manual one refurbished , but the engine is gone in the auto one and was thinking of putting a diesel engine in it ,I know I will have to change the gear box but want to keep it auto any thoughts on what engine and box to put in it thank you for looking Regards P.J
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November 22nd 15 10:22 AM
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BMC C series gearbox code by webmonster
I've got a 1958 Morris Isis and I've just bought an overdrive gearbox that was fitted to a Wolseley 6/90. This should be a 4-speed gearbox but unfortunately I suspect that it is a 3 speed overdrive unit from a 6/99 because on the top of the gearbox is a 'badge' which says Type 29-O-3 Can anyone here confirm/deny that I've got the wrong gearbox? thanks in advance, -- Robert
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November 14th 15 08:16 AM
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