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Nonimouse

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Nonimouse last won the day on August 25

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  1. I've got one of these. Odd thing, only does three pieces of toast! It was a wedding present in 2002. I've recently had to fit a new timer. Easy and straightforward. I like it, a lot
  2. Got one of these on the farm. 2 Stroke Diesel MF25
  3. We do need a place to post pictures like this...
  4. If you had said a 'full size' would be suitable.... James is just looking at 1080 at the moment (MF), which has the usual head porosity issues caused by poor earthing; with the intention of swapping in a three cylinder Detroit. His 135 is a 1964 model and has been on the farm all it's life - working hard. Still runs like a sewing machine David Brown 880 or 990 selectamatic or implematic are about the best of the bunch for price and reliability. Oddly enough they tend to be cheaper than MF135's or Dexta's and not as popular on the show circuit or ploughing circuit. There's a four cylinder
  5. Before delivery It's essentially an aluminium self supporting body that you can bolt onto a chassis
  6. Fair point. Those stains will never be washed away 😔
  7. https://www.hardbody4x4.com/land-rover.html
  8. Lot of money. Lots to check for legality as well Someone just tried to sell my mate a 1983 90. Said Land Rover Diesel on the MoT check... But the leaf springs were oddly coil shaped. Checked with the Police and the reg belonged to a series 3, happily working away up in Jocklandshire. This 'very early 90 with original 200tdi' was in Whitstable If you want to go Overland I would suggest you start by splitting your budget in three. Pay a third for the vehicle, a third for the build and keep a third for sorting out problems. If you have to go Land Rover, ignore the heart and listen to th
  9. Fully agree. I have four - so I don't have to keep changing disc types. The oldest and most reliable was 6.99 at B&Q in a sale over twenty years ago. It spent a winter under water. Still works hard, but not as hard as it did.
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