Monthly Archives: August 2019

progress!

back axle is in, and bolted up. The U bolts I bought were too long, and not enough thread, so I got the die set out, but the die holder would not turn very far, because of the two long … Continue reading

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The axle is back!

It has been rebuilt by the brilliant JB Engineering, alias Billy and Jack Bellinger. I arrived at their workshop today, and all I could see was a new axle by the door! Turned out it was mine, not only scrubbed … Continue reading

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A couple of days in Beeston

With Em and co…nice weather for just wandering around…and no jobs to do there!!! Elvaston Castle is a superb place to walk around, as is the Highcliffe park, in Notty. And now; a study of trees, water, ducks…

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Chesterfield Car Fest

I should have been there with my Mog today, but the back axle issue dictated otherwise. I caught a bus into Ches, had a good look around, saw only 1 Mog, 1 Landie, one pal, and had just one ice … Continue reading

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Hucknall Flight Test Museum

a couple of dozen of us from the car club visited here today…a great visit, learned a lot…

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Brill train ride on the Nene Valley

Headed by a steamie…great day out!

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