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    I am fortunate that I have a heavily insulated,...

    I am fortunate that I have a heavily insulated, centrally heated garage, but have you looked at these? I have one in our boiler house to prevent pipes freezing in the winter. You could lay one on the...
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    No! You've done enough with your car without...

    No! You've done enough with your car without respraying it again!!!
  3. What viscosity of oil are you using?

    What viscosity of oil are you using?
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    The donor registration number will not be...

    The donor registration number will not be re-issued but you should get a previously unissued number relating to the year of the donor vehicle assuming you meet all the criteria. It used to be that...
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    My thinking was the air would compress and would...

    My thinking was the air would compress and would therefore lead to less pressure through the oil, similar to air in a brake system.
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    I'm not sure about electric gauges, but there...

    I'm not sure about electric gauges, but there might be air trapped under the sender which is getting compressed. Try easing the sender off with the engine running to bleed any air out then...
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    Firstly, is it an electric gauge or a live feed...

    Firstly, is it an electric gauge or a live feed one?
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    More like the Bugatti Aerolithe.... ...

    More like the Bugatti Aerolithe....

    https://carbuzz.com/news/lost-concept-cars-bugatti-aerolithe
  9. Thread: Engine oil

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    https://www.millersoils.co.uk/products/classic-pis...

    https://www.millersoils.co.uk/products/classic-pistoneeze-10w30-3/
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    Silverstone Classic Refund

    Just a heads up. This Friday, 31st July is the final day for anyone wanting to apply for a refund for this years Classic tickets.
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    Don't feel daft, at least you know it fits and...

    Don't feel daft, at least you know it fits and how to do it when the time comes. ;)
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    Why risk it? You don't need a number plate holder...

    Why risk it? You don't need a number plate holder for the test so why fit one?
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    https://i.imgur.com/sFF1tI6.jpg

    https://i.imgur.com/sFF1tI6.jpg
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    My father's pride and joy was his Daimler...

    My father's pride and joy was his Daimler Lanchester, fore runner of the Conquest. The first car I ever drove at the tender age of 13. Pre-select gearbox and 1968cc four cylinder engine which was...
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    It might well be that the switch is OK but there...

    It might well be that the switch is OK but there is a small amount of air trapped under the actual switch which can happen if it is fitted before the fluid is added. If this is the case then the air...
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    Just change the bolt. It's hardly rocket science!...

    Just change the bolt. It's hardly rocket science! ;)
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    SVC are your best bet. ...

    SVC are your best bet. https://www.s-v-c.co.uk/product/chrome-no--plate-light-/
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    How much fluid did you let out of the system? If...

    How much fluid did you let out of the system? If it wasn't much, I would just top up with water. If, on the other hand, you lost a fair bit then perhaps it is a good opportunity to drain the whole...
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    https://vehicleenquiry.service.gov.uk/VehicleFound...

    https://vehicleenquiry.service.gov.uk/VehicleFound?locale=en
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    The fluid heats up under compression when braking...

    The fluid heats up under compression when braking and if there is water in the system it will boil and form gas which is compressable. This will cause a spongy feeling pedal with excess travel and...
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    It sounds like the brake fluid might need...

    It sounds like the brake fluid might need changing. Brake fluid absorbs water and when hot can cause loss of braking efficiency. The fluid might be getting hot from the heat of the engine or from...
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    I think it will be quite a while yet. Phase 2...

    I think it will be quite a while yet. Phase 2 which is to be announced later this week is expected to allow people to "drive locally for leisure or exercise purposes." Having said that, the roads do...
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    I might not agree with her politics, but she is...

    I might not agree with her politics, but she is doing a better job than Boris.
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    We're still in lockdown up here so no jaunts for...

    We're still in lockdown up here so no jaunts for us!
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    On most of our cars, it isn't a header tank, but...

    On most of our cars, it isn't a header tank, but an expansion tank, so will fill with coolant when hot. If it is full when the engine is cold, it will cause it to overflow when hot.
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