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Phil Kirk

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About Phil Kirk

  • Birthday 04/12/1951

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    Derbyshire
  • Cars Owned:
    Real Ale DIY Using my TR6 as much as possible

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  1. Advertised in the classified section but £2500 more now https://www.tr-register.co.uk/classified/2610/TR3a-For-Sale Phil
  2. All depends on how they were built and set up
  3. Phil Kirk

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    Hi, Richard Good to hear from you again. You were of so much help to me in 2003/4 when if was restoring my car which I still have.Your knowledge and encouragement were so welcomed hope you do start posting again. Hope is all Ok with you. Cheers Phil
  4. Chrome cover for number plate and revering light for an Austin Maxi. Cheers Phil
  5. Sadly not only the outside world Phil
  6. Hi, I have received an email from my local Costco saying they have opened a new petrol station. They are advertising premium unleaded 99 Ron for 112.9 pence per litre. Does anyone have any experience of this fuel regarding ethanol content etc? Their web site does mention ethanol but not the content. Cheers Phil
  7. Hi, Mark and Sarah you have a PM Cheers Phil
  8. I got my MX5 Mk2 seats from MX5 City in Doncaster. I do not know the issues Neil had with Paul Bishop but when I tried to contact him I got no response to my email. Phil
  9. Steve, Fantastic achievement just amazing how machining technics have progressed over the years when I was an apprentice it would have taken a week to get even close !!! Cheers Phil.
  10. Hi Steve ,I have been following this with much interest. I started my working life as a toolmaking apprentice. I am guessing you are using an hydraulic injection moulding machine for you press? Looking forwarding to your next update Best of luck Cheers Phil
  11. Hi, I have been following this thread with interest. I have been using Silkolene , Silkolube 20W-50 oil for a few years now and been happy with the oil pressure etc. Appreciate any comments about this product versus the other oils mentioned. Cheers Phil
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