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Hamish

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About Hamish

  • Birthday 11/06/1963

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    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrXjQt8CiQNaGDrjhmPLqMA/videos

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  • Location
    cheshire
  • Cars Owned:
    Daily driver old Audi A5 sportback Quattro
    TR3a (used in club sprint and hillclimbs)

    Previous too many to list.
    Inc motorbikes. current honda XL185

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  1. I was thinking about this today and I decided I would run my combi to death and hopefully by then ( see the next 10 years through ?) then see what the full throttle drive of technology gives us by then. Hopefully the heat pump scene has moved on significantly due to competition. think in the mean time I’ll stock up on logs and a stove top kettle.
  2. Lee i shall wait for Mick to provide his advice on this one as don't have the experience with IRS cars. but i think that you really need to be pushing it to get any advantage out of front and/or rear ARB's edit ha ha he is just quicker at typing than me !!!!
  3. Thanks Mike for your generous kind words. Trying to keep the RED ROSE group flag flying. it all hinged in the last event - that I don’t do. the champion was decided there as well but the 3 contenders were racing at least. Very pleased with my results as we are up against some very seasoned racers- the thing is - I really enjoy it and probably just as much the “pissing about” ( as my dad used to say) in the garage. Good job really as it seems to be 90% of the sport !!!! apart from my gear box issues ( I think I need to be more mechanically sympathetic!) the car has been bril
  4. Hi folks i know some of you follow the clubs sprint and hill climb championship. the last event of the season was castle Combe on Saturday and it was a deciding round for many of the top places. the following results were shared this evening. 2021 Champion: Len Olds Second overall: Nick Smith Third overall: Jim Giddings Class 1, ladies and under 30s awards - no awards as not enough entrants Class 2 - Seven entrants so three awards: First: Hamish Roscoe Second: Larry Jeram-Croft Third: John
  5. They can cope with quite a lot this is 87mm, an original crank some 1970’s warm cam SU’s and a lightened flywheel. go and enjoy.
  6. Great result and a lovely father son activity well done both of you.
  7. that's a very good result and a credit to owner, driver ( who has to sit on the wrong side of the car !!!!!) and whoever does the prep H
  8. its an hour and 1/2 to TR enterprises or TR Bitz, the ones i know around here.
  9. there is a 3 spoke one on eBay if you need a guide https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/224642604927?mkevt=1&mkcid=1&mkrid=710-53481-19255-0&campid=5338722076&toolid=10001 and a us mg site suggest they did the scroll work in the 1970's https://www.mgexp.com/forum/mgb-and-gt-forum.1/moto-lita-steering-wheel.2198683/
  10. I have a single car prefab garage and I need a bigger garage !! but it seems you always fill the available space !!
  11. Great picture. Very period in B and W look at those shelves bend !!
  12. It seems my dad was “green” using alcohol fuel in the 50’s
  13. If you were closer I’d suggest popping over at the weekend for a festival of torx and metric spannering to try and sort it. went out in my Audi yesterday 1st time for weeks and the front left brake is binding clearly cars are happier when they are used
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