Shetland islands are after workers,not to far for you.
I bet it would still start up.:clapping:
they do little doors,mine is,28 inch wide,and 76 inch high.
get a potatoe and smack it on.
I use a firm in pilsworth(bury)called hydraulics direct,give them your item,and they can have some made up for you.
ive heard tale that theres a person buying all panther parts ,and hoarding them,so the prices go up,as the parts get rarer.sad thing to do,but...
got a good dose of that once while wearing gas welding goggles,red face,white eyes,not a good look.:laughing:
you could remove the coping stone,replace it with a metal one,something like a c section girder,then mount your top wooden fence on top,but...
horse drawn carts sometimes have tyres like them on.just a thought.
there was a time,when the 4 speed gearboxes were in great demand,people were knicking them over night while parked up,so easy to get out.four...
do you know any one that drives a gulley sucker wagon,that would empty the ballast pretty quickly.
one of the best metals to use for a knife,is a length of a leaf spring,good to work,and take a real good sharp edge.
ide be intrested in a can if its for sale.
in late sventys,we used to mix engine oil with grease,then brush that on the chassis.
I have an early four cylinder engine what goe in one of them.
a flapper wheel in a drill would do it.
my dad made some paper brick makers,out of bread trays,holes in bottom,and sides,put wet paper in,then a red brick on top.worked ok.
most of us have probly heard of dusty bin,now you have invented rusty bin.:cool:
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