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Trevithick
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Andy MK1 Int wrote:Mark,

Thank you for the loan of your multi-meter on Sunday. I returned it to your car but didn't manage to find you to say thanks. My problem was quickly resolved. I hope the same was true for the Interceptor I saw you helping in Upton on the way home.

You're a gent.

Andy
No problem, glad it helped sort the problem.
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Middle of nowhere time reversed to 1972.
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Do you need any more prove that somewhere, thats in the middle of nowhere, has been left behind
Only working half a day now.
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Any more clonks on the way home?
Could you help out the stranded winner?
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kees wrote:Any more clonks on the way home?
Could you help out the stranded winner?
Kees Oudesluijs
Settled down well on the way home, going to get a big pot of loctite and go through it again and replace and bolts we’ve missed. I got a chance to blow the cobwebs out on the A30 to Cornwall and it is now running well.
I helped the stranded winner out and he got it home, on a trailer, and the fault was found the next day.
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Stunning sky time of year in Cornwall. Oh, i’ve had it properly machine polished.
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Beautiful!
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A proper sorted Healey owned by a great bloke in one of the most
beautiful counties in the UK & birthplace of Donald Healey.

So many twisty B roads suited to a Healey.

Great shots Mark ...

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Understeer - Hitting the fence with the front of the car
Oversteer - Hitting the fence with the rear of the car
Horsepower -How fast you hit the fence
Torque - How far you take the fence with you
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