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Wanted / Re: Insurance
« Last post by colonelchimp on October 28, 2020, 02:27:47 AM »
They insure classics but they don't want them destroyed.. you might have to be ..umm.  Economical with what you tell them...remember it's s much loved classic car....not a mud bigger lol....try again direct with hagerty online not through a landy gets used and they want you to drive them...just not beat them...most insurers will find a way not to pay it's all in that oh do small never read print they never intend to tell them what they want to hear for legal insurance and if you break it fix it yourself or pay through the nose to facility who do insure high risks...but they won't insure you for off roading just have to play the silly game
Wanted / Re: Insurance
« Last post by Cchase on October 26, 2020, 09:21:05 AM »
Which Haggerty broker are you with. The Haggerty broker I deal with refused my 110 because I take it offroad!
Wanted / Re: Insurance
« Last post by colonelchimp on October 25, 2020, 04:38:32 AM »
Hagerty classic vehicle insurance. They accept the vehicles and guaranteed price payout plus you get the beast back to rebuild if you want.  Price depends on circumstances and age etc.  But my 90 on a 40 grand agreed insured sum fully comp all the bells and whistles about 300 bucks a year.   In fact both landys and my 1986 caddy are on same policy...900 a year...Inc complementary roadside assistance.  Give em a call 
Wanted / Series 3 style cranked handbrake lever
« Last post by colonelchimp on October 25, 2020, 04:33:15 AM »
As the title says I want to swap out the short straight handbrake lever to the easier to get at series 3 style.   Let me know what ya got and how much thanks
Photo Galleries / My baby arrived from UK. The terrible twins are together again
« Last post by colonelchimp on October 25, 2020, 04:22:28 AM »
Like the title says.  My series 2 a lwb has arrived finally from UK...together with the Sankey/ arrows cook trailer. No cooky stuff in it....after 3 years in storage and rough handling by the transporters who killed the starter solenoid tow started the old gal and blew through the 250 kmt to bear river only problem is the semi auto clutch which lets itself in like an automatic.  Just needs using and freeing off .and some water or crap in the carb made her splutter on the hills around where I live .  But the main thing Is were together again....woo hoo...
Wanted / Re: Urgent. 4 cyl diesel head without cracks needed
« Last post by colonelchimp on October 25, 2020, 03:59:11 AM »
Hi there thanks for reply I got it sorted now but good to know...
Wanted / Re: price for a non Pas steering box
« Last post by colonelchimp on October 25, 2020, 03:56:51 AM »
Hi Tony sorry for delay replying.. yes I'm interested in the steering box and pump.. assuming I can afford it lol.. also for my 2a 109 that's just arrived I'm after a series 3 cranked handbrake lever if you have one.  Thanks.  Dave.
General / Re: Newsletters
« Last post by davep on October 24, 2020, 01:17:13 PM »
 I think I have one .Will dig deep in the old stuff tonight .
 Dave P.
General / Re: Newsletters
« Last post by BenP on October 23, 2020, 06:58:39 PM »
If the ancient brain isnít hallucinating again, I think there were one or two issues of a newsletter some years ago. Julie Rosvall and/or Rhonda Hemeon may have produced it.
General / Newsletters
« Last post by dkenner on October 22, 2020, 02:26:48 AM »
A question.  Did MORE ever have a newsletter?  And if so, are there any copies that might still exist that could be scanned so they could go up on the RoverWeb and not completely lost?

Reason is that while talking with David Place (Selkirk Manitoba), I asked if he had copies of the Prairie Rover, the newsletter he edited for several years.  He didn't, nor did he know of anyone with any copies.  Then there is TARC (Toronto Area Rover Club), where basically the same situation exists.

On the other hand, for Ottawa Valley, just about all of the issues are on-line and deposited at the National Library of Canada.

Just curious.  If any exist, I'd like to preserve them.  A PDF suffices.


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