Id buy one of THESE , if they built them again .
Or definately this .
If somebody lent me the money .
Half a Century . Oh well . A brand new H M S Victory would probably sail pretty good . and that'd be a over 200 Yr old design .
Pity , they probly would let you keel haul or hang from the yardarm any miscreants . Nothing like a bit of discipline to sort out the slackers .
" the wonders of modern engineering " , youd think they could make em last twice as long , or go twice as fast , with all this modern accuracy .
Microns & things . Metalurgy . and tecnological processes ! Not to sure about that front brake though . Not a lot of grab up past 80 , stock anyway .
Theres a roaring trade in replicer 1950s & 60s model aeroplane engines . Nasty diesels - Oliver Tigers and suchlike . Often C N C & re- metalurgalised .
CONTINUATION they call it , in the Auto Trade .
Of course , rather than highly skilled tradesman ,
they can sell them at a quater of the original cost
with all the automated manufacturing processes .
thats a reallive ' Continuation ' from Gee Gwarr .
Looks like theyre doing a C type too . Should be real cheap .
Or will the paint job cost more than the original car . THIS is the Era all this ' olde pommey rubbish ' emerged .
You wouldnt let just anybody anywhere near it . Particularly in South America . Seems everybodys that hysterical nowadays .
Anyway , If the pumped them out by the 10.000 , they should be real cheap , theyre that simple . Makes a MX6 look complicated .
OH DEAR ;
The Starting Block . Thundermental Thunckthion , Er Dynamic Essance ! Figured now howto get the Email
pictures out . Heads Down . Duck for Cover . May well be a barrage of them .
UM . I think the CENTRAL FLYWHEEL is part of the dynamic dynamics of the Traditional British Twin .
Seems A M C wheelised this .
A Neil Sheton joke from 1974 .
' What to call the new Norton - Triumph ?
the Striker , I shouldnt wonder . '