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    east of Ailsa Craig
  • Cars Owned:
    racing dinghies, club instructor
    TR6 - blue
    good food & wines

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  1. Andy beat me to it, VAT should not be charged on exports, only import duty (or equivalent) on import to the relevant country. This does not stop some businesses "forgetting" to omit VAT (free money to them). The carriage charges can be suspiciously similar to the VAT forgone.
  2. To be a bit of a devil's advocate Stuart, how does that square with the modern idea of a single spot light coming on when you go round a corner. Is it a spot light or a ddr (dangerous driving light) that goes off when the indicator on the same side is flashing ?
  3. the number of posts the OP had made might be significant ? was it their 1st or 2nd post ?
  4. Good afternoon Keith

    As a former practice manager (of one of the largest in Scotland), a GP practice has a legal requirement to ensure your information is correct.  Don't know who you contacted previously, but suggest you speak to / meet the manager.  They can highlight the "incorrect" information, but will have to have a clinician confirm a medical check before it is deleted.  There should be a note put in your file advising what was deleted & why to avoid any future problems of say insurance companies thinking your records had been tampered with to facilitate a claim.

    Regards Duncan

  5. Good afternoon Keith

    As a former practice manager (of one of the largest in Scotland), a GP practice has a legal requirement to ensure your information is correct.  Don't know who you contacted previously, but suggest you speak to / meet the manager.  They can highlight the "incorrect" information, but will have to have a clinician confirm a medical check before it is deleted.  There should be a note put in your file advising what was deleted & why to avoid any future problems of say insurance companies thinking your records had been tampered with to facilitate a claim.

    Regards Duncan

     

  6. +1, not sure if others took in a sample, I took the car in
  7. Surely these would gain points for originality on a trailered queen ?
  8. duncan

    Shaved doors

    Depending on the age of the car, it might require at least a driver's side mirror.
  9. Seems an appropriate place to quote Michael Caine's character in The Italian Job !
  10. Steven, did you check the electrical connection under the car onto the solenoid ? That came adrift on mine, suddenly no overdrive.
  11. The header rail on the windscreen & the method of attachment differs as well.
  12. The propshaft UJ is maybe 6 years old, maybe 20k miles, totally wrecked ! The CVs were installed 15 months ago, due to a drive shaft UJ being snapped by a rock. The diff was out for inspection (no damage). So not sure if the UJ might have been worn & missed 15mths ago, damaged by the incident & missed, maybe the propshaft fell & hit the floor damaging the UJ, or the CV joints have aggrivated it.
  13. Ok, another slightly weird query, I do like them ! Has anyone had any problems with the UJ between the prop shaft & the differential, after fitting CV joints between the differential & the wheels ?
  14. Many thanks all, I probably took the wiring straight off the battery (with an inline fuse). The satnav does not work off the computer, which is why I think I fried it. I did like the old girl, she only sent me the wrong way occasionally, always after a period of non use.
  15. I am looking for the correct name of a component - poor brain can't think of it. I think I upset my satnav in the TR as the voltage from the battery probably fluctuated too much for it. I know there is a component which will limit / adjust the input of 13 to 16 volts to a constant output of 12v, If anyone can recommend any particular ones, I would be appreciative. Many thanks Duncan
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