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2 days ago
Specially for you chaps at the museum in Germany a little movie of the dodge engine running like a dream. ... See MoreSee Less
A fun afternoon playing in the new Saracen with friends. Dumped it in some deep flop and thought it more sense to haul it out with a 432 than do to much shunting back an forth. Good running Saracens are very rare these days and with a milage of just 73 miles she’s worth looking after.
Could be for sale on the website next week my yards busting with vehicles.
Shame to sell it if I’m honest it really was a nice drive, super smooth. Great steering and brakes. ... See MoreSee Less
4 days ago
The plugs came, thank god for Banisters. Kate’s been looking forward to this. This was mechanic owned and it’s easy to tell. ... See MoreSee Less
And all of a sudden a starting stopping driving road registered Saracen popped up with only 72 miles under its bonnet. Can’t wait to give it a proper blast. ... See MoreSee Less
Busy day shipping tanks in and tanks out. Better buy a set of plugs for the new Sabre or the little woman will poor fresh fizzy coke in my ear when I’m sleeping.
Try it on a loved one when they are sleeping. Sure is fizzy right on your eardrum. ... See MoreSee Less
Needed a bit of advise on the steering on a Saladin. Thanks chaps it’s Turing fine now, should be in the yard this week. ... See MoreSee Less
And the deal was done, you know when you get that feeling somethings nicely worn and’s going to be a really nice drive. It’s the early petrol version with the bolt down gearbox covers.
Very smooth engine ticked over so low it was easy to slide from forward to reverse. Should be delivered on Tuesday Kate our chief tank tester can’t wait. ... See MoreSee Less
Busy day, a private car crush today with some clay shooting added. Then shoot off up the road to buy another cvrt Sabre leaving Alex and his dad in Todd’s capable hands. Never had three Sabres at the same time before. Maybe we should do a race movie. ... See MoreSee Less
Spot of clay shooting in the rain!
Seems to me that 432 needs some kate love! Next project me thinks!! 🙋♀️ ... See MoreSee Less
To hot today so we all sat down watched young Robert work and took bets on when he would fall over with heat exertion. ... See MoreSee Less
2 weeks ago
Hey nick,spotted this in a customers barn today. Looks like it needs saving. 😁👌 ... See MoreSee Less
E type coming along nicely, change is as good as a rest. ... See MoreSee Less
Woohoooo special delivery for a big kid today!! She’s ‘mint’ (as Nick keeps saying) ... See MoreSee Less
Bought a very nice Abbott today and lots of dust for free. Nice to get a new set of track pads and a Bren gun in the deal. She has an image intensifier fitted. Interested to see how well it works.
Me tripod on the front is missing anyone know where I can find one for sale. ... See MoreSee Less
A nice easy Sunday tinkering about with willy. It had a couple of air leaks on the expanding seal around the cockpit and engine cover. Found them both.fiddly job but easier than working on a military vehicle.
Now just three fault codes to investigate. ... See MoreSee Less
Thank god willy was in limp mode. 5000 rpm was probably a sensible thing. Very tricky to control. I can see why they recommend 20 hours with an instructor. Loved it and can’t wait for my next session after watching more movies with experts driving. It went out of limp mode for maybe a minute and felt explosive. I pressed a few buttons and it’s given me three fault codes. Time to do some research. ... See MoreSee Less
We need lots of cars for crushing. Can’t see us doing our big monty days for a bit longer, hard to socially distance 150 keen tankers. But we can do the private car crush and it’s looking busy.
Let’s make your motor famous. ... See MoreSee Less
The sea breacher arrived today. The plan is to have some fun than use it in a T72 trade. Your supposed to have 20 hours tuition before you go on your own. How hard can it be. ... See MoreSee Less
If I can spray a huge French Humvee how hard can it be to do a gobby bit on the E type wing.
Theirs only one way to find out. ... See MoreSee Less
Another productive day,I was happy coz I’m all ready for the sea breacher trade on Wednesday, Kate was happy because she found a pair of Nike optics sunglasses caught between the Humvee canvas tilt.when she was masking the brute up. ... See MoreSee Less
A short movie for Steve (over in the US) he had a few questions about the Landrovers, with bloody Nigel trying to drown us out with a noisy tank!! ... See MoreSee Less
We were both up pretty early for a Sunday preparing the
Humvee for some spraying on Monday. It’s part payment on the sea breacher and I want the new owner to be impressed. Kate decided Sunday should be play day.
Wart hog here we come, did I get a drive, no but Kate did. ... See MoreSee Less
Getting everything ready for the truck seabreacher swap on Wednesday. Little woman very exited. ... See MoreSee Less
You just can’t get bored of this picture, this time it’s actually real, no screen shot. She’s here!! Eeeeeek. ... See MoreSee Less
So busy I never got a chance to play in miss piggy the warthog. Looks a million dollars. But costs over two.
Maybe tomorrow Kate can put it through its paces, ... See MoreSee Less
A fun buying trip out with her who must be obeyed. Question is should I have bought Aqua track or the Sea breacher. Ones sensible, ones mad as a box of frogs.
Guess ... See MoreSee Less