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Jo Neyskens

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  1. Hi Jim, It was my forum you saw. The wheels are very rare and sought after by some. You have to be careful when looking for them. Among other things, they do not have a edge to catch the rim when riding flat. Modern wheels now always have this. Much safer. Also be careful with cracks ... JBW wheels are now on my TR4. Jo
  2. Very rare set of 4 original vintage American Racing Equipment Silverstone wheels. They were delivered to my TR4 as an option in 1962. Is anyone interested in these wheels? Doubtful to sell them but I plan to buy an overdrive for my TR4. Maybe not such a good idea, let me know A little history of the original Silverstone wheel. Back in 1962, American Racing Equipment® (ARE) designed a new eight spoke wheel for the North American sports car market. They called it the silverstone after the famous race track in the UK. Made from magnesium alloy the silverstone wheel was made fam
  3. Very rare set of 4 original vintage American Racing Equipment Silverstone wheels. They were delivered to my TR4 as an option in 1962. Is anyone interested in these wheels? Doubtful to sell them but I plan to buy an overdrive for my TR4. Maybe not such a good idea, let me know A little history of the original Silverstone wheel. Back in 1962, American Racing Equipment® (ARE) designed a new eight spoke wheel for the North American sports car market. They called it the silverstone after the famous race track in the UK. Made from magnesium alloy the silverstone wheel was made fam
  4. Very rare set of 4 original vintage American Racing Equipment Silverstone wheels. They were delivered to my TR4 as an option in 1962. Is anyone interested in these wheels? Doubtful to sell them but I plan to buy an overdrive for my TR4. Maybe not such a good idea, let me know A little history of the original Silverstone wheel. Back in 1962, American Racing Equipment® (ARE) designed a new eight spoke wheel for the North American sports car market. They called it the silverstone after the famous race track in the UK. Made from magnesium alloy the silverstone wheel was made fam
  5. Very rare set of 4 original vintage American Racing Equipment Silverstone wheels. They were delivered to my TR4 as an option in 1962. Is anyone interested in these wheels? Doubtful to sell them but I plan to buy an overdrive for my TR4. Maybe not such a good idea, let me know A little history of the original Silverstone wheel. Back in 1962, American Racing Equipment® (ARE) designed a new eight spoke wheel for the North American sports car market. They called it the silverstone after the famous race track in the UK. Made from magnesium alloy the silverstone wheel was made fam
  6. Very rare set of 4 original vintage American Racing Equipment Silverstone wheels. They were delivered to my TR4 as an option in 1962. Is anyone interested in these wheels? Doubtful to sell them but I plan to buy an overdrive for my TR4. Maybe not such a good idea, let me know A little history of the original Silverstone wheel. Back in 1962, American Racing Equipment® (ARE) designed a new eight spoke wheel for the North American sports car market. They called it the silverstone after the famous race track in the UK. Made from magnesium alloy the silverstone wheel was made fam
  7. ah ok, i see you already answered that :). Thanks Stuart!!
  8. Can I ask another question about an overdrive A-type? . Do you have experience with that? Is it worth the price? Are there more problems with an overdrive than a regular one?
  9. Nice!! Do you have a picture of the outside and seals of the doors and backlight?
  10. Tried without the interior too. Then there was also a space of about half an inch. I thought a good rubber would fill and seal this? I have not attached this rubber (Rimmerbros alt version) yet and will send it back. Now looking for a bigger one
  11. I have not over-tightened the backlight. Am afraid the window may break
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