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    DavidApp

    Re: Starter catches 50% of the time

    If the engine tends to stop in the same spot every time that spot will get the most wear. So rocking in reverse will move it away from that spot. Do you

    DavidApp Today, 09:29 AM Go to last post
    DavidApp

    Re: Singer nine roadster 1949 restoration by ladies..

    Hello Josandra

    Thanks for the great photos. Looks like woodwork is involved in the restoration.

    What year is the Singer.

    DavidApp Today, 09:24 AM Go to last post
    HealeyRick

    Re: 1949 singer nine roadster restoration by ladies

    For those that have attended the British Invasion show in Stowe, VT, the displays of the Singer club are always something to look forward to:

    HealeyRick Today, 09:23 AM Go to last post
    Josandra

    Re: Singer nine roadster 1949 restoration by ladies..

    Thank u David..lovely Lake Macquarie..will have to google coleambally..

    Josandra Today, 09:02 AM Go to last post
    British_Recovery

    Re: Heater box question

    Those holes on the bottom panel were most likely put there to mount a radio. Most I have seen had two holes near the front edge and one for the rear of

    British_Recovery Today, 08:59 AM Go to last post
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    Factoryman2000

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    Madflyer

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    Ale

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