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Tony in Mass.
OK, never mind. Axle ,seat and dash look 40 and 50. The hood orniment might be the jet on the MHF50's, and that makes more sense if Oz was still obigated to buy pommie made goods in those years? I still say the other is a 35 with sealed exhaust, or French 25, which negates the pommie programme?...so I am still confused
Stay tuned for a Standard diesel saga report.... interesting things happened last evening.... not exactly roaring to life, but trying to crawl out of its grave???
And I appoligize that I can't post a pic of the 50's little jet, miserable hornets are living under the 50's tarp, there are only certain things I will do bravely for the fergie world.... that ain't one of them...
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