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- Mon Aug 28, 2017 3:22 pm
- Forum: Pre-War
- Topic: Singer pictures from personal archives
- Replies: 30
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Peter McKercher wrote:mikeyr wrote:These old images are way cool.
Who besides me actually owns stock in Singer ?
Where the hec did that come from. Was it in the 1.5?
Ebay, a good 15 years ago, I still owned the 4AD and did not own a pre-war Singer when I got that.
Not sure how to prime that pump, it has no external drivers. On most cars you can remove something like the distributor to get to the pump drive and spin it, but the LM I don't think there is a way. I am quite sure someone will correct me. On a Dino, you remove one external oil line and using a pres...
you are right, the ring gears do wear all around. But they do tend to wear in a few spots as the engine when shut down tends to shut down in the same spot in the rotation. Not every time of course and but if you look closely as a well used ring gear you will see 2 or 3 spots that are more worn then ...
I also love the period photos. That was the original intent of the Gallery ( http://gallery.singercars.com/index.php ) but it never got used that way. On the second page of the gallery are the 2 galleries that we have gotten the most compliments on, the 4AD Restoration and the Le Mans Wood but the g...
- Tue Jul 18, 2017 3:06 pm
- Forum: Mike's Forum
- Topic: last car I promise...Mini
- Replies: 8
- Views: 1334
So the Mini took a left turn at Albuquerque and went wild. The front end was cut off to make a flip front. There was a very little rust, I would actually call this car rust free there was so little rust, but as you can see in the above pictures posted earlier what little rust there was had gone thro...
- Sun Jul 16, 2017 4:32 am
- Forum: Pre-War
- Topic: 1934 Windscreen Posts / staunchness
- Replies: 9
- Views: 319
if my car has them (I will look in the morning) I can take detailed measurements for you, or I can "loan" you one and you can take your own measurements, just not sure I have them on my car.
front wheel cylinders are indeed Austin 100, any decent auto parts store can get them and if they specialize in British cars, they probably have them on the shelf.