Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by bagman, Jun 28, 2020.
Hard to believe Thurston Howell was only 50
I thought I’d seen you somewhere before..............
Dean Martin and Gerry Lewis movies.......classic !
Mary Ann for sure.
Such a classic ! Lot of folks would see it as stupid......I’ve just wiped my eyes and picked myself up off the floor.
Doctor who before you can remember
I'm getting old
I never did get Dr Who.
I remember the 'original' doctor who.
This one is clever -
Just to the right of the Production/Compliance Plate - 2 terminals and in the middle
Continuing from another thread......
Who remembers having a “neighbourhood dog”, the one that was always in the street as we all played, moving the metal garbage bin “wickets”, off the road if a car came along, and the dog, who lived maybe 4 doors down, or was it across the road? We were never sure, but it never attacked the kids, had traffic sense, and seemed to get along with the cats in the street as well....
We still have Golden North Jurgen. Giant Twins are the best chocolate coated ice cream anywhere. There is always a tub of Boysenberry Ripple or one of their other flavours in our freezer.
Starter button Bert?
I've fitted a couple of engine bay starter switches over the years but that's clever.
Golden North is like Barrie Robran. Simply the best anytime, anywhere.
Got it Terry
Parents had a Morris Oxford and it had one on it - mechanics could crank the engine without needing to go to the cabin ..... High School friend had an early '50's Morris Minor and it also had one
Crap... change that last comment... Now have to buy one tomorrow as finished a tub and found there was no spare!
I'm lucky I've never owned a British car
These were on cars with a pull start button ie turn the ignition on then pull the knob to crank. The rod sticking out between the terminals was part of the pull start. On later pommy cars, when they went to key start, the"switch" was converted to a solenoid but they still had a mechanical button that you could press to crank the engine - very handy.
Were fun days -
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