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Jan 03, 2013 6:59 pm
bruffsup Offline
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Subject: Re: Tool kits
Please post pictures here if not too much bother as I am sure there are others including me who are interested in this subject.
Barry Brown
Barry Brown
Bedford Mills Ontario Canada
 

Jan 03, 2013 7:22 pm
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Location: Chalandray, France


Subject: Re: Tool kits
Will do if I can but my last attempt didn't work!
 

Jan 03, 2013 7:36 pm
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Subject: Re: Tool kits
PROBABLY TOO LARGE A FILE. IF USING A MAC just export the picture to documents and make sure you change it to jpg format when given the choice , then choose smallest quality and large size, this generally gives a good picture under 150 kb. I am still learning as well
Barry Brown
Barry Brown
Bedford Mills Ontario Canada
 

Aug 04, 2013 2:01 pm
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Subject: Re: Tool kits
I just "discovered" this unfortunately empty tool roll that was amongst my M45 project. I initially thought it would be stashed under the rear floor boards but on second thought that would be a lot of weight hanging down so maybe behind the rear seat? Any ideas?

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Barry Brown
Barry Brown
Bedford Mills Ontario Canada
 

Aug 04, 2013 7:50 pm
alistair Offline
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Subject: Re: Tool kits
Barry

on my M45 (which I have now sold so no pictures) this carpeted panel with the handle and small bolt was upright on the left hand side of the passenger footwell. So you could keep tools or mapbooks in a vertical compartment between this carpeted panel and the bodywork, to the depth of the wood frame of the car. hope that makes sense!
Alistair Crawford
 

Aug 04, 2013 10:07 pm
Colin M34 Offline
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Location: Suffolk, UK


Subject: Re: Tool kits
Hi Barry,

This was a standard feature on all Lagonda Tourers, along with a holster for the wheel spinner hammer on the offside.

Are you coming to Beaulieu this year?

Colin
 

Aug 05, 2013 3:03 am
bruffsup Offline
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Subject: Re: Tool kits
Why is the obvious sometimes so elusive? Thank you gentlemen!
Colin, I certainly would like to go to Beaulieu No definite plans yet but finances may have taken a positive turn recently and that is what it hinges on !
Barry Brown
Barry Brown
Bedford Mills Ontario Canada
 

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