|old mart||27/06/2022 20:41:20|
|3912 forum posts|
Oh dear, how the mighty have fallen.
|B Tulley||27/06/2022 21:20:07|
|39 forum posts|
And they want four hundred quid for it?? Just off to wet myself laughing.....
|Mike Hurley||28/06/2022 10:08:07|
|325 forum posts|
Bit of rust remover gunk & it would be good as new!
5176 forum posts
If you were actually running a Ward 2A it could be useful for bits
6694 forum posts
"It were running perfectly when it were parked."
|Tony Pratt 1||28/06/2022 11:40:17|
|2028 forum posts|
That is what the Americans call a 'boat anchor'
|noel shelley||28/06/2022 14:59:11|
|1445 forum posts|
on the broads it woukd be called a mud weight !
|2567 forum posts|
What would it fetch as scrap?
|Mike Poole||28/06/2022 15:20:44|
3383 forum posts
Just needs a cosmetic tidy and should be good to go
|Dave Halford||28/06/2022 16:09:12|
|2096 forum posts|
More like a couple of rattle cans to change the patina on the ways.
|395 forum posts|
But not at that price.
I saw one for sale locally not so long ago. Full working order. About £200 if I remember correctly. Fortunately, the weight and lack of space stopped me from buying.
|Neil Wyatt||28/06/2022 18:45:16|
19079 forum posts
Should buff up nicely with a bit of T-Cut.
|larry phelan 1||29/06/2022 08:39:03|
|1192 forum posts|
I notice they cannot post to Ireland.
Such a pity, I really love that old piece, dont you ?
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