Products 13-24 of 52
Item #: RM01193 -
Excellent original Metalifacture jack, correct for early Jaguar E-type coupe or roadste. This jack is in fine condition, with most of its original paint intact. It is the early style with attached ratchet handle and "PATENT PENDING" stamped on the top arm. The original jack bag is included, although it is fairly raggedy. If the buyer prefers, we will include a new reproduction jack back instead.
Item #: RM01108 -
What a great, delightful little wrench! This is a 2-inch King Dick adjustable from a Rover tool kit (we think). It is in working condition, nicely made and just sweet as a nut, as they say in England.
Item #: RM00493 -
Cool old King Dick spanner. It would fit in a Jaguar toolkit or look great in any British car or bike owner's quiver. Made in England.
Item #: RM00504 -
This is a new reproduction King Dick screw jack, correct for an MGA, MG TD or TF or an Austin-Healey 100-4. It is in new and perfect, unused condition, complete with handle and tommy bar (sorry, they are too long to get a good picture of). The quality of the casting is not as good as the original, but overall, it is quite decent and very convincing. It is marked "KING DICK" and other appropriate, correct, cryptic numbers and would be a worthy addition to the toolkit of any classic MG. We do...
Item #: RM00484 -
Genuine King Dick adjustable spanners for the MG TD, TF, Magnette and MGA original toolkits are rare. We have a few in stock, all in good used condition and correct for your toolkit. Check our other website listings or contact us for tyre irons, tyre valve tools, tyre pumps, distributor feeler gauge tools, copper knockoff hammers, lug wrenches, and brake bleeder tins for these cars. We're at 413-259 1722, Massachusetts, USA.
Item #: RM00494 -
These wrenches are being offered at 20% off list price to reduce overstock inventory.The days when folks bashed their knockoff spinners with a rusty ball pein hammer are long past. Now we offer two ways to save your shiny knockoffs from hammer damage. One is to use our plywood knockoff tools. The other is to use this handy tool, which slips over the ears of your car knockoff spinner and allows you to use the force of leverage to tighten or loosen the spinner. We have used one of these on our...
Item #: RM00502 -
This is a new and perfect reproduction Lockheed brake bleeder tube and tin for Jaguar XK120, XK140, Mark I, Mark VII and Mark VIII, MG TD, MG TF, MGA 1500 and MG Magnette toolkits.
Item #: XK140 Tin -
This is a very rare new old stock Lockheed brake bleeder tube and tin for Jaguar XK120, XK140, Mark I, Mark VII and Mark VIII, MG TD, MG TF, MGA 1500 and MG Magnette toolkits. It is the rare early cream tin, not reproduced and extremely hard to find in this condition.We have a handful of these tins, but once they are gone, we may never find another in this condition.
Item #: RM01111 -
Original toolkit Lucas distributor points screwdriver and feeler gauge. Correct and with proper details, as shown in the pictures.
Item #: RM00495 -
This laminated wooden wrench fits over standard British 42mm knock off spinners for tightening and loosening and protects them from hammer marks.We also stock an alternative design: long steel knock off wrenches. For these or 52 mm Jaguar plywood knock off wrenches, knock off hammers and knock off spinners, see Related Products below.
Item #: RM00496 -
This laminated wooden wrench fits over 52mm Jaguar knock off spinners for tightening and loosening and protects them from hammer marks.We also stock an alternative design: long steel knock off wrenches. For these or 42 mm plywood knock off wrenches to fit MG, Austin-Healey, Triumph, etc.; knock off hammers and knock off spinners, see Related Products below.
Item #: RM01061 -
This must be one of the more unusual things on the Rogers Motors website. It's a Rolls-Royce BL2439 spanner wrench, used for tightening fitting on some sort of pipe. Was it made for a Merlin engine from a Spitfire or Hurricane? Or the heater tap of a Phantom III? We don't know but we do know it was owned by the Ministry of Defence of the United Kingdom once, as the King's Broad Arrow is clearly showing on the handle, indicating that it's government property.