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Restored 1920 Dorris K-4 one of the very first RV's
Restored 1920 Dorris K-4 one of the very first RV's I found it in a barn in Montana. After 4 years and lots of work, my labor of love is 100% restored! The RV of my dreams reaches a top speed of 15 miles per hour, lacks front brakes, uses oil lamps for headlights and features a dashboard intended to deflect de... 9 Jun 2010 13:09
Looks like I might be needing a cheap diesel hack about sooner than I thought.
Douglas Payne wrote: Albert T Cone wrote: IIWY I'd be buying Mike's 306, spending the couple hundred to get it MOTd, then flogging the lex and enjoying a few months of tightfisted tractor power until you've got the shiny new job. A 306 in fine fettle really is not a bad machine to throw arou... 3 Jun 2010 06:47
Looks like I might be needing a cheap diesel hack about sooner than I thought.
Albert T Cone wrote: IIWY I'd be buying Mike's 306, spending the couple hundred to get it MOTd, then flogging the lex and enjoying a few months of tightfisted tractor power until you've got the shiny new job. A 306 in fine fettle really is not a bad machine to throw around, and they ride quite comfort... 2 Jun 2010 16:32
Looks like I might be needing a cheap diesel hack about sooner than I thought.
In article <hu5tjp$dck$1(a)heffalump.dur.ac.uk>, a.k.kirby(a)durham.ac.uk says... Ballache, but surely it's better to take a crappy job for a couple of months whilst you look for something better than be out of work with bills to pay, unless they are offering a sweet redundancy package? The package ... 11 Jun 2010 08:09
Looks like I might be needing a cheap diesel hack about sooner than I thought.
In article <hu3lgo$tvf$1(a)news.eternal-september.org>, pete.murray(a)SPAMFREEblueyonder.co.uk says... Xantia TD. You know it makes sense. That and, um, doing something else instead. IT is so oversubscribed it is mental. I know at least 10 unemployed IT graduates, and, truth be told, they've all priced ... 9 Jun 2010 09:47
Looks like I might be needing a cheap diesel hack about sooner than I thought.
And as my main ride, not as a fun chop and hack about. Just got called into a meeting, first day back after a week on holiday. Got told that the company is cutting back, my job is one of those under risk of redundancy. One other guy in his probationary period already gone. The main client is doing more and more... 12 Jun 2010 20:28
What would be a fair price to offer for this?
Bearing in mind the shitty paint and needing roof replacement/repair work. http://smallr.com/16ow Something as a second/weekender, not a heavy hammered daily. -- Carl Robson Get cashback on your purchases Topcashback http://www.TopCashBack.co.uk/skraggy_uk/ref/index.htm Greasypalm http://www.greasypal... 21 May 2010 01:57
Now that's just irritating
Given the mileage on the Ford, I've decided to rebuild the front brakes and bearings "just in case" I got most of the parts in the UK, two hubs, new brake disks, all new bolts and screws to replace the ones that mechanics have mashed over the years and from America new brake calipers. I decided on the calipers b... 3 May 2010 19:53
All loaded up and ready to go...
The SD1 is full of surplus spares ready for tomorrow's SD1 club spares day at Rimmer Bros. Hope everyone has plenty money. But I'm not letting the missus get that new hat yet. -- *A calendar's days are numbered* Dave Plowman dave(a)davenoise.co.uk London SW To e-mail, cha... 25 Apr 2010 05:32
Two piece discs
I'm intending fitting rear discs to my SD1 - but the usual way involves both alterations to the hub and a stock disc from another model. I obtained some ally bells from a racing one which fit without modification and take standard AP flat discs - but these cost more than the modified stock ones. Any one know of a ... 20 Apr 2010 16:53
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