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    My 18 year old got his license and I taught him the quirks of driving my auto. We have some nice winding roads not to far from where we live. Being a passenger is not as fun as driving. I then sat in the back. That seat is really for kids.

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      Originally posted by 69k4mbo View Post
      This morning fitted rear side screens for the first time
      Not really..... just a gimmick ! But it makes me feel better when grandkids in the back..,

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        I just rebuilt my brake master cylinder and made a short dismantling video on YouTube. If anyone is interested here's the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4_piX1QnEuA

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          I reversed it out of the garage, so that I could get to the solar Inverter which was displaying a fault. I fixed the mainboard problem with the solar Inverter and put the Stag back in the garage. Exciting day!

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            Just made a wonderful discovery.. my golf clubs fit inside the boot!

            Didn't even consider it as none of my other classics were even near big enough.
            Terry Hunt, Wilmington Delaware

            www.terryhunt.co.uk

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              Originally posted by trunt View Post
              Just made a wonderful discovery.. my golf clubs fit inside the boot!

              Didn't even consider it as none of my other classics were even near big enough.
              That is what the boot of mine is usually filled with. I have an old fashioned Lynks GT Top Cart electric trolley which folds down really small and the whole lot, including battery, fits in the boot.
              Last edited by DJT; 27 June 2021, 09:43.
              Dave
              1974 Mk2, ZF Auto, 3.45 Diff, Datsun Driveshafts. Stag owner/maintainer since 1989.

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                Originally posted by DJT View Post

                That is what the boot of mine is usually filled with. I have an old fashioned Lynks GT Top Cart electric trolley which folds down really small and the whole lot, including battery, fits in the boot.
                That’s impressive, Looks like you have a classic in your classic! Over here it’s all buggies, (for all the beer it seems!) I rarely see electric pull carts. I do walk occasionally mostly early mornings before the heat and humidity hits..
                Terry Hunt, Wilmington Delaware

                www.terryhunt.co.uk

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                  Originally posted by trunt View Post

                  That’s impressive, Looks like you have a classic in your classic! Over here it’s all buggies, (for all the beer it seems!) I rarely see electric pull carts. I do walk occasionally mostly early mornings before the heat and humidity hits..
                  I have played occasionally in Michigan, where my Brother-in-Law lives, and buggies are necessary. But I do not use them here; I prefer to walk.
                  Dave
                  1974 Mk2, ZF Auto, 3.45 Diff, Datsun Driveshafts. Stag owner/maintainer since 1989.

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                    MoT'd today, passed with no advisories
                    SteveD 1972 Mk1.5 TV8 BW35

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                      Drove east to Abbotsbury and along the coast road towards Bridgnorth. A cooling sea fret helped our decision to head inland. Stopped at the Greyhound for an excellent lunch in Sydling St Nicolas. Then drove south and after Puddletown head west and home. A wonderful round trip of c85 miles.
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                        Finished one side upgrading the trailing arm studs (using CCD's very good kit). My first time using a tap.

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                        (Then spent an hour+ putting the bl**dy drum brake back together. Every time I eventually work out the best sequence but then forget to note it all down.)
                        Last edited by ReddiStag; 3 July 2021, 21:08.
                        1973 Mk2 TV8 MOD Carmine Red (was Mimosa) Owner no. 15

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                          2021-07-10 Temperature Sensor Terminal Remake - close up.jpg
                          Fixed the intermittent temperature gauge problem - made up and spliced on a new connector - original wire too short to just cut off and replace. Then had cup of tea ...

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                            Got her ready for tomorrow
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                              Four new UniRoyal "Rainexpert" tyres fitted this morning to replace the 10 year old ones that I put on when I first got her.
                              Header tanks - you can't beat a bit of bling.

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                                Drove out to a pub in Lulworth and enjoyed a pint of ginger beer bitter shandy with my wife friends (in MGB roadster) and our dogs. As we headed back over the ranges towards Church Knole a hare ran out in front of us. It ran ahead for a couple of hundred yards before darting into the hedgerow.our Labrador was looking the wrong way!
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