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Looks like a day of much fun. Very cool, thanks for the pics.
Be proud, on all counts. Great shot.
Niiiice! great angles... great subjects.
A couple of the Scrounger Mike creation in my ownership.
That is veeeerry cool! Your son will have awesome memories of that for life! Lucky kid.
Welcome to the HAMB! Have you checked out the Jockey Journal as well? A lot of folks here partake of that site for their two-wheel fix.
Try this guy. http://www.trademe.co.nz/motors/car-parts-accessories/vintage-parts/electrics/auction-588545413.htm
Thanks for the pics Dylan. It was a great day..
Thanks Bob, I always enjoy your trips, as do so many others on here.
Glad to hear you made it through the heat stroke. A good lesson for all. Take...
That's the power and beauty of the HAMB eh? Thanks be to Ryan.
Very awesome Nick! I'm smiling just thinking of it. You won't be able to get the smile off your face EVER!
All calendar shots so far.
Thanks Dylan, good pics.
It was a great day with good pickings in the swap area and a big gathering at Kruzin Kustoms.
I think the Swap...
I bought a Maverick that wasn't running quite right. 302W and auto. I drove it for a while. Went ok but not quite the way it should. I eventually...
AMEN to that!!! My '38's flatbed gets used for a workbench most weekends.
Welcome to the best club on the planet. I saw your car, maybe at Harrisville? last year. Very impressive and appealing.
Another brilliant day in Paradise! Part 1
Have you tried a little heat from a hair dryer or a heat-shrink heat gun? Take care if you use the latter because they put out quite a bit of...
This is under my care these days. Built by Scrounger Mike. Very cool. And very low.
Here's a few more pics, I didn't take many. Thanks for a great day!
Happy Valentines Day Denise. Sending you Kiwi Hugs. They're the same as normal hugs, just watch out for the beak!!
I swear good Mums are God's angels.
Growing up, I don't remember a day when our Mum wasn't there for us.
She passed away from cancer 17 years...
Yes your spring could be upside down.
Looking at my catch mechanism, I see it's quite worn, in need of a rebuild - the hood doesn't "pop" up. If...
Pic #4 above shows the catch partially open so what you're looking at in the centre of the hole, is the V (worn) at the front of the triangular...
See if these are any help. I've shown a pic of my spare catch but don't have the other plate.
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