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Author: roy wilson Sunday, 17 May 2015
I own a vintage klaxon klaxet 6v horn with the London address of Klaxon L:td. I am interested in ascertaining ther age of the horn by virtue of the manufacturing number imprinted on the horn, i.e. 469366. Can anyone help me.
Author: George Radion Thursday, 14 May 2015
Can anyone identify the marque belonging to this hub wrench marked only S-P.A
I have marked the openings in inches, but in metric they would be 60mm x 33mm.
Any ideas are welcomed.
Found in Australia
Author: s t gilford Thursday, 07 May 2015
Author: Keith Tuesday, 05 May 2015
Author: angelo van de rijt Tuesday, 05 May 2015
Author: Alex Tuesday, 28 April 2015Pre war mercedes with coachwork reminescent of F&F or Pourtout. As the text says under the picture it was exhibited in Brussels. Any idea what this is?
Author: HAZEL Tuesday, 21 April 2015
Mr. Hazel writes: "I would like to know from what type of vehicle this speedometer is and how old it is. The plate says 'Stewart Model M.3, The Cooper-Stewart Eng Co, Long Acre London.'To make the image complete, I also took a picture of the side and back of the speedometer."
Author: hazel Tuesday, 07 April 2015
Author: andrew white Sunday, 22 February 2015
Hi, my house was built on a site that used to be a garage. In the 'garden' as well as 3 car roofs which apparently were cut off under German orders, I have found about 10 windows similar tothis photo. they are about 7mm thick.
would it be possible to identify the type of car they come from, and would they be on any use to anyone?
editor: 7 mm seems quite thick ; as if from armoured cars..?
Author: Vincent Juvenelle Tuesday, 24 February 2015
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