Moley and Brian the Snail

bazzateer

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quote:
Originally posted by Moley

6 speed?????


Do pay attention at the back! :D

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I am not a person, I am a number, 395 actually......Be seeing you!
If I told you I was a pathological liar, would you believe me?
 

Moley

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quote:
Originally posted by bazzateer

quote:
Originally posted by Moley


6 speed?????


Do pay attention at the back! :D

BazRockscropped.jpg

I am not a person, I am a number, 395 actually......Be seeing you!
If I told you I was a pathological liar, would you believe me?




It's an age thing....... I'm still playing catchup on all the threads on the forum :I



Moley and Brian the Snail :)

1965 Series IIA Bluebird Highwayman
 

Moley

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quote:
Originally posted by Moley

We bought some ramps that we saw at the NEC classic car show last year, work a treat for working under Brian,

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Moley and Brian the Snail :)

1965 Series IIA Bluebird Highwayman



Just bumping this up for Jostein


Moley and Brian the Snail :)

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Moley

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quote:
Originally posted by Moley

Here's the link to the website for the ramps.

http://www.cjautos.site90.net/newprod.html

Item Number CR01
NEW HYDRAULIC DRIVE ON CAR RAMPS
Price
£399.00 excl VAT
£ 478.80 incl VAT
item in stock
The lowest drive on car ramps available,only 12.5cm(5")when lowered
They raise to over 40cm (16") they have a very shallow angle which is excellent for the low frontage cars with lowered suspension or spoilers.

NEW
Heavy Duty Version of our Hydraulic Ramps
1363 kg Capacity
Min Height - 6 inches, Max Height - 15 inches
Still at the same price as 900 kg model
only £399 + VAT per pair

Mine were a silver wedding anniversary present from Dave :D[8D]:I[}:)]

Moley and Brian the Snail :)

1965 Series IIA Bluebird Highwayman



Moley and Brian the Snail :)

1965 Series IIA Bluebird Highwayman
 

Moley

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Sat in the camping field at MM Commerland- were are you all? ;);)

Moley and Brian the Snail :)

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Moley

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Brian, unfortunately is not in the field at the moment, but on Martins ramps as we seem to have limited breaks :(:(

Moley and Brian the Snail :)

1965 Series IIA Bluebird Highwayman
 

Moley

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quote:
Originally posted by Moley

Brian, unfortunately is not in the field at the moment, but on Martins ramps as we seem to have limited brakes:(:(

Moley and Brian the Snail :)

1965 Series IIA Bluebird Highwayman



Moley and Brian the Snail :)

1965 Series IIA Bluebird Highwayman
 

commerchris

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Staff member
I have just pressure washed The Colonel
pics to follow moved camp a few times this week
just been passed half a bracket of what looks like it may
be from his exhaust.At least your are in the right
place witj you in spirit!

Commer Dandy by Dandy Caravans
The Colonel Mustard
 

Moley

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I've just changed insurance companies and gone with RH instead of Footman James, £77 for the Commer and £55 for the Minx:):D

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Moley

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Brian's finally had new brake shoes, cylinders, pipes etc on the front so we don't roll backwards down anymore hills.

Moley and Brian the Snail :)

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Moley

Active Member
Tomorrow, I'm going to fit a new carpet and get a new gas bottle, he's had a new consumer unit and (another) new up rated alternator after the last new one packed up after 300 miles, [V][V]

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1965 Series IIA Bluebird Highwayman
 

Moley

Active Member
Wow, didn't realize I had been this long since posting updates....
He's now got the overdrive gearbox fitted and working a treat after Dave got the switches correctly wired and packed out the od inhibitor switch (came all the way to Commerfest with the reversing light flicking on ) so yes have reversing light as well

Engine cover has been recovered in red vinyl and looks lovely and I managed to buy two brand new karobes red vinyl headrests (original 60s ones still in packaging) but still need to repad the seat bases as he's still shedding foam

I also bought a new drive away awning, which we tried for the first time at Commerfest. I got the Vango Airbeam tall awning which fits straight on the back of the coach built and goes up in minutes with three inflatable sections. This is brilliant as comes with inbuilt groundsheet and bedroom annexe !! We went down to the TR register meet at Malvern straight from Commerfest and stayed at The Marlbank Inn at Welland midweek, brilliant small friendly site with pub/restaurant and £10 / £15 elec. per night. Then on to Three Counties Showground and finally one night Spinneybank Farm, Stoke Golding Nr Nuneaton, right next to the canal and very peaceful. The awning was quick to erect and deflate each time so I'm well chuffed.
 

Panky

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Brian rocks:)
Sorry didn't get a chance to look over the new awning at Commerfest, sounds very interesting and a good solution to problem of getting one high enough for a coach built, pics would be good:)
 
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