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February 03, 2019 - 02:43
Reply #20

Offline Willerby

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K has been discussed before, even appearing in Legend to try and drum up an answer but I donít think we ever got to the bottom of where it signified.


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February 03, 2019 - 07:59
Reply #21

Offline Sir-Bastian

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Yes, I think there is no definitive answer for K yet.

Sebastian
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February 03, 2019 - 09:49
Reply #22

Offline gertie Moderator

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I think it is the thumbs up logo on the left hand side at the bottom i have just clicked on your last post so it should show on there now.
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Eveliene 1953 Minerva.

February 03, 2019 - 13:37
Reply #23

Offline Monkeypin

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  I see there is a "Thank" feature, but I haven't quite figured out how to "thank" individual posts yet.

Just click on the "thumbs up" underneath the post you want to thank.
Mike
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Is sarcasm a very deep sar??

July 06, 2019 - 16:00
Reply #24

Offline SeriesTaylor

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It's really starting to come together now.  I've started the riveting process, still searching for a decent solid rivet gun.  Have been making great progress on the wiring harness thanks to members here.  Wanted to post a picture of where it sits currently! 
1958 Series I - 88" 2.0 Diesel

July 06, 2019 - 16:02
Reply #25

Offline SeriesTaylor

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Forgot to post the "Before" picture
1958 Series I - 88" 2.0 Diesel

July 06, 2019 - 20:02
Reply #26

Offline oxford replica

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Contact Tankman - Bob Jones for all your riveting requirements, The clamping device he has made is very easy to use and does an excellent job, even on door seals
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www.meridianengineservices.co.uk Vintage Engine Specialist

July 06, 2019 - 20:09
Reply #27

Offline TomC

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I've started the riveting process, still searching for a decent solid rivet gun. 



Normally the States is well ahead of the UK on these things. May be called a rivet snap, but perhaps try aeronautics firms.
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July 06, 2019 - 21:02
Reply #28

Offline tsmith

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Tom Smith
1953 80" 46AA41
1960 S2 88"
1960 Morgan +4 (2)
1933 Farmall F12