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    DrEntropy

    General Public's Opinion of our LBC's

    Of Prejudice, Perceptions and LBC's...
    by Dr Entropy


    It has always confounded me: the manner in which a major portion of the US public perceive our cars. For the most part it has been my experience that they think of the cars as “toys” or “cute” and “flimsy”. “Unreliable” comes in there too.


    A personal case in point:
    In another life I worked as a photographer for a studio in western Pennsylvania.... read more
    DrEntropy 06-02-2020, 01:29 PM

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    DrEntropy

    Lucas DR-3 wiring de-mystified

    Two Position Rolls Royce Wiper Switch Pin-out
    By DrEntropy


    This article is written to help identify the connections originating at the two-speed windscreen wiper switch where the colour-coded fabric of the wiring loom has faded beyond all possible identification.


    The motor is a DR-3, two-speed unit. The switch is... read more
    DrEntropy 05-30-2020, 01:20 PM
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    charlie74

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