I think you may be able to upload if you reduce the resolution of the picture, someone more technical here like @cornishman may be able to explain.Hi Barrychuckle, thanks. It's been fitted with an overdrive box at some point but i was given the original crunched one with the car. It's still a bone shaker tho & 40mph feels like 75! I will try to post more photos but site says too large to upload.
I'm glad you are hoping to get to shows next year Graham. I think it's only right to show Edie off and let other Summer Wine fans have just as much enjoyment out of her as you have. You never know what reactions you will get, good or bad.Hi, thanks for all the Likes. I missed it 3yrs ago when it came up for sale but managed to track it down in Oxfordshire. After much negotiation I acquired it 18 months ago and have been working on it during the lockdown. Hopefully it will get to shows next year.
I have a friend who lives that way, he has a tractor and happy to tow you through some fieldsYes it'll go to shows & back to hinchliffe when we can book a cottage again. The car is what it is, it's had a hard life. I have a couple of other classics but the history of this one makes it my favourite so the others will get moved on even though they are better cars.