Spare Parts for sale 12V 50W 5 3/4 Sealed Beam units 2 pin (inner pair)USA made (Ring)£15 each with free postage. Only 2 found so far but I know I have a box of these somewhere… Contact Paul
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Road salt is the bane of a classic car owner’s life. The administering of salt on icy surfaces is an absolute necessity in order to keep our roads safe (as well as moving) during the winter, but it can do untold damage to your vehicle. More than two million tonnes of salt and grit are
While some classics are used all year round, some owners prefer to take their pride and joy off the road during the winter months. Storage preparation is crucial, and if not done with careful planning, can end up costing more than just an oil and filter service. 1. CLEAN, DRY AND WRAP IT. Removing any
SORN’ing a car can be beneficial all year around.. That’s why laid-up insurance is a no-brainer for enthusiasts wanting to SORN their car. Whether you’re thinking of tinkering with your car or having it in long-term restoration, laid-up insurance can give you extra cover if the worst hap-pens. While many decide to take their car
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I have been in touch with the Association of Rootes Car Clubs to investigate the Rootes Group Club being a member but at this time there is a charge of 1.50 per member levied. They currently do not have a model for free clubs but (I am reliably informed) that this will be discussed at
I don’t know whether Chrysler in thier infinate wisdom painted the inside of all fuel tanks in the later years but they certainly did for the arrow. The ethanol in the fuel attacks paint and causes it to flake off the flakes of paint (some of them quite large) get around the filter in the
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