[Top] [All Lists]

Re: not specifically triumph, but vintage related

Subject: Re: not specifically triumph, but vintage related
From: Michael Hargreave Mawson <>
Date: Sun, 7 Aug 2005 21:03:00 +0100
On Sat, 6 Aug 2005, at around 19:06:19 local time, John Macartney 
<> wrote:
>Hi, Mike
>Beford Rascal or Suzuki Tiddly - same aren't they.

Hi, John,

Yes, that's right.

> If so, there's a Rascal
>just up the street from me that looks abandoned. This weekend (with a bit of
>luck) I guess someone will smash the windows and nick the wheels - so
>where's the fusible link located?


> I'm ob good terms with the local plods so
>I doubt they'll get upset when they see it's me pushing a saline drip with
>two adjustable spanners in my hip pocket ...... :)

Thanks for the best laugh I've had in ages, but we've actually managed 
to track one down in a scrapyard, and it should be on its way to us by 

Of course, if the Royal Mail lets us down, or you find it impossible to 
resist providing us with a back-up, the fusible link is located in the 
battery compartment (in the N/S/F locked cubby on the caravanette 
conversion - but a broad-bladed screwdriver would be enough to deal with 
the lock), and is the thinner red-coated wire attached to the positive 
battery terminal...

Ellie  - 1963 White Herald 1200 Convertible GA125624 CV
Connie - 1968 Conifer Herald 1200 Saloon GA237511 DL
Carly  - 1977 Inca Yellow Spitfire 1500 FH105671

<Prev in Thread] Current Thread [Next in Thread>