I had another look at these Triumph cones and they come in at 22mm diameter so they might a bit big.
Here is a link to Flatchat's excellent work with his locator pins.
IBM released the company's first portable computer in about 1977 so Lee's "computer" might be something different.
So called portable in those days but you needed a pretty strong table to sit it upon.
I remember using the Model 5100 on offshore oil rig construction back in the day.
Chassis number P1053 is appearing at the Holmefirth show next week.
History note : this car was originally designated as one of three "Mercury" GT40s in 1967.
Yes it was also a bit like deja-vu for me.
The story is that I had a few of the older ones left but I NEVER liked them.
The old batch was patterned to the original drawings and they had the wall thickness at only 0.180" or 4.7 mm thick which I think looked too skinny, especially...
There has been lot of chat on various threads about these Hartwell latches recently.
Here is the set that I am using made from original parts.
The brackets being machined from billet are not to original material spec. however as these should be investment castings. The pattern work for these is...