I assume that given your customary speed of rebuilding we shall see you on WE this weekend at the Crazy Horse Rally?
Paul Jameson 36 4G, 37 VH, 54 KH(A), 75 Healey 1000/4, 52/53 ex ISDT KHA (project). Former Machine Registrar & Archivist, General Secretary and Single Spares Organiser (over a 25 year period). Now Archivist once more - but not Machine Registrar.
I've decided to ride my 58 VH to the crazy horse as it has a screen fitted. I knowm I'm soft It rattles a little so a little look at the tappets was in order. I'd forgotten my method for preventing the tappet falling off.
Took the VH for a short ride to Marchwood near Southampton. I fancied a giving her a run to make sure everything was running ok before the Crazy Horse but got a good soaking into the bargain. Still I found some good shelter in my customers car park. Before I got started on my job I got chatting to the engineer, nice guy, likes his bikes. He also wished me a good weekend away at the rally in the Forest of Dean, Couldn't work out how the hell he knew I was going away. Turns out he knows one of our Hampshire lads small world
Wish I was going with you Steven, I could use a ride. Unfortunately a metre of snow and temperatures dropping to -26C this weekend prevent such activity. Guess I will have to take in some ice-racing this weekend instead. Have a good trip. Frank
'51 SQ4, '37 VH500 Red Hunter, '56 SQ4 (basket case), '49 Sq4 (basket case), '48 A7 BSA Twin, too many other BSA's, Norton's, Triumph's, Ducati's and Japanese to list. Just crazed is all my problem is.