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1960 Leyland Truck 01 Mar 2021 16:44 #219378

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.Spotted one in Gaynder museum about 7 years ago ...................











The museum is well worth a look........
............................Bill........................
I came into this world with nothing & still have most of it..........
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1960 Leyland Truck 02 Mar 2021 08:43 #219395

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I see the one in the Gaynder museum shows the same covered universal joints as in my 1927 Tandem Drive Morris. I need a couple for my 1926 model. Any clues to a wrecking yard or elsewhere that I can get some?

I have put Gaynder museum in my phone in case I ever again get to where they bend the bananas.

I wonder why drivers would black out those you-beaut curved windows? They were there to help you manoeuvre in or out of tight spots. Maybe it was to stop passers by perving on the drivers ankles? or was it to hide all the rubbish they tossed on the floor of the cab?
I have my shoulder to the wheel,
my nose to the grindstone,
I've put my best foot forward,
I've put my back into it,
I'm gritting my teeth,

Now I find I can't do any work in this position!

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1960 Leyland Truck 02 Mar 2021 17:59 #219405

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Morris, I feel I must correct the common error that you are purporting. Queensland is the predominant grower of bananas in the country, however, they are sent to Coffs Harbour (NSW) to be processed and bent. ;)

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1960 Leyland Truck 02 Mar 2021 18:20 #219407

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The 1920s axle and the Austin FG are completely unrelated .....especially as the Austin has a 2 speed change on the gearstick
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1960 Leyland Truck 02 Mar 2021 19:25 #219415

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Can well imagine wot FG stands for!
LOL


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1960 Leyland Truck 02 Mar 2021 20:47 #219421

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Can well imagine wot FG stands for!
LOL

It’s a Pommy truck, so it can’t stand for FG.... I wouldn’t like to be splitting the diff with the button that far down the gear lever.


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1960 Leyland Truck 02 Mar 2021 22:43 #219427

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Morris, I feel I must correct the common error that you are purporting. Queensland is the predominant grower of bananas in the country, however, they are sent to Coffs Harbour (NSW) to be processed and bent. ;)


I could have sworn they sent them to Bendemeer for that :evil: (think about it) (also worst Dad joke ever)

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