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    Re: Safety-wiring knock-offs

    The custom wheels Ted Halibrand’s company made for multiple types of street and race applications utilizing a center locking nut, wing nut or hex nut, were made with female tapers for a center lock...
  2. Wanted Re: Reproduction of the Shelley brand lift jack decal shown

    Just south of Bozeman.
  3. Wanted Re: Reproduction of the Shelley brand lift jack decal shown

    Yesterday a friend found what appears to be a new old stock jack.

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  4. Wanted Re: Reproduction of the Shelley brand lift jack decal shown

    Thanks for the lead, I was hoping that reproductions were already a commercial product.
    Dan
  5. Wanted Re: Reproduction of the Shelley brand lift jack decal shown

    I haven't found a picture of intact decal. Looking at remains of several it might just have three words in the red, gold, and black oval decal, might be:

    BIRMINGHAM
    SHELLEY
    ENGLAND

    There is a...
  6. Wanted Re: Reproduction of the Shelley brand lift jack decal shown

    Thanks for the input. Unfortunately I haven't found anybody with a complete decal to see what all is included in the text yet. Dan
  7. Wanted Reproduction of the Shelley brand lift jack decal shown

    Wanted To Buy: Hello I am trying to find out if there is a commercial reproduction of this style water slide decal for Shelley brand automotive jacks.

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    Thanks for looking. Dan
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    Re: A.W. Chapman "LEVEROLL" Seat Slider Knobs

    One of my friends also in the hunt got some Triumph details back, the comment regards the 'A.W. Chapman ...' markings mentioned in connection with Triumph seat sliders,

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    Re: A.W. Chapman "LEVEROLL" Seat Slider Knobs

    I put a link to this thread over on the Triumph forum. Maybe some good information will develop. Last night I found another Chapman knob that is sort of bullet shaped.

    Thanks.

    Dan
  10. Search For LEVEROLL Seat Slider Knob Applications

    Hello,
    I am seeking other O.E. applications for a particular seat slide knob. Please read my post on the forum for Other British vehicles.

    Thanks.

    Dan


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    Re: A.W. Chapman "LEVEROLL" Seat Slider Knobs

    The Chapman site does hit broad strokes on marques but I couldn't find anything specific. So far the only Chapman knob I have found currently for sale for 1960s cars is just an unmarked round black...
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    Re: A.W. Chapman "LEVEROLL" Seat Slider Knobs

    Thanks for the link. I checked out their website a few days ago and it directs inquiries for spares to another company's website that was not working that day.

    Since most, not all but most, small...
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    A.W. Chapman "LEVEROLL" Seat Slider Knobs

    Hello,
    The knob in the images presented here are from an original AC Cobra. I would like to know what other British vehicles used the same part to help me in my search for two knobs that still have...
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    Re: Which Smiths heater in '65 AC Cobra?

    The first batch of Cobras didn't have heaters/windscreen demisters, which became a problem almost immediately as one of the first street cars was sold to somebody in a northern latitude. I donít...
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    Re: Wanted: Girling Brake Line Banjos

    Alan,
    I am not real good at guessing. I'll try to attach images.
    Dan
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    Re: Which Smiths heater in '65 AC Cobra?

    Defog the windscreen probably, especially when it rains. If it is raining out side the car is steamy on the inside not unlike touring cars of the first three decades of cars. Cobras get wet inside. I...
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    Re: Wanted: Girling Brake Line Banjos

    I still seek one original 1963-68 era Girling hydraulic banjo with 3/8-24 threads.
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    Re: Which Smiths heater in '65 AC Cobra?

    Are you sure it was an AC Cars installed heater? I don't know the cross fit in either case but all but the first 1963-65 Cobras (leaf spring cars) used a Dellaney-Gallay (spelling???) unit and...
  19. Thread: slave cylinder

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    Re: slave cylinder

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    i have a Girling with 313310 on the housing. is it for a
    sunbeam Tiger? gregg

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    Gregg,

    7/8Ē bore slave cylinders with that casting number can be found on not only...
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    Re: Wanted: Girling Brake Line Banjos

    I know of them but had not thought of them as a potential old parts source. The cars Shelby offers now does not use 1960s style brake lines.
    Dan
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    Re: Wanted: Girling Brake Line Banjos

    Basil,
    Thanks. I just sent him a copy of the form e-mail I have been sending all over the world. Surely, somebody out there remembers seeing this design before. AC Cars did not engineer most of the...
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    Wanted: Girling Brake Line Banjos

    Hello Folks. I play with a type of British car that is very tough to find original period parts for. That's Cobras made between 1962 and 1967 under the co-operation of Carroll Shelby's company, AC...
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