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Item #: RM00449 -
This is a rare Ace wheel disc, used to cover the vulgar wire spokes on the wheels of certain quality British cars, including Rolls-Royces, Bentleys, Alvises, Daimlers, Jaguar SS and Mark IV, and others. This one is a little dented but not too bad, and the chrome is even fairly presentable. We do not have any other parts apart from what you see in the pictures. We have tried to show the major defects in the pictures. It is about 19 inches across.
Item #: Flask -
We have an assortment of stainless Jerry can/Jerrican-style flasks with MG, Jaguar, Land-Rover, Austin-Healey, Triumph, Morgan or Alfa Romeo cloissonne logo. These are a very cool way to carry a little liquid refreshment in a tiny replica of a European jerrican with the logo of your favorite car displayed. We love these things!These flasks are 4 inches tall, fit well in a pocket, and hold 5 oz (160 ml) of the liquid of your choice. Tell us what logo you prefer.
Item #: RM00395 -
This is the small (4 1/2 inches) leaping cat mascot, a brand new modern reproduction part. These leapers were commonly fitted to XJ Jaguars as well as others (possible Mark X?). It is not the right size for a Mark 2. It comes in its original velveteen drawstring bag, just like a bottle of Chivas Regal.
Item #: RM00426 -
We have a small supply of secondhand original Lucas battery fillers. They are all in good condition, some with original boxes, as shown. We will supply those until the supply of boxes is exhausted.
Item #: RM00436 -
This is a very rare item indeed! It's a glass Lucas battery filler bottle, probably made in the 1950s. In the days before maintenance-free batteries, you had to top up the water in your battery, and the Lucas filler bottle was designed to add just enough and not allow the water to overflow, by means of a special valve.This one is in the original box. It has never been out of the box, which is still sealed from the factory. We have been very tempted to open it, but you might want it in sealed...
Item #: RM00399 -
This is a so-called "Owl-Eye" lighter, so named for its illuminated golden ring that guides the lighter back into its socket in low-light conditions. These were used on British cars of the late 1960s and 1970s, including MGB, MG Midget, Triumph TR6, Spitfire, Jaguar E-type Series II and III, Mini, and many others. This one is in fair condition, with a good socket, knob and amber bezel. The light is complete and clean. The insert is rusty but it might work anyhow. We haven't tested it.We have...