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Item #: MGA Clamp Orig -
This is a used original clamp for the spare wheel of MGA Twin Cam, 1600, 1600 Mk II or 1500. This is a rare original clamp in excellent condition, no rust or other damage. We think it has its original paint.Reproductions sell for $79 and are not as nicely made as this one.We very rarely find an original as good as this, as they are usually missing or rusted.
Item #: RM00409 -
This is a used original clamp for the spare wheel of a Morris Minor. It probably fits other BMC cars as well, but we're not sure about that. It is in overall pretty good shape, although the end is a bit raggedy from rust (could be cleaned up with a grinder to make the edge nice) and it does need sanding and painting.
Item #: RM00492 -
The correct wrench for adjusting the jet of SU H and HS series carburetors. This is a real SU tool, made in England a long time ago.
Item #: RM00482 -
This is a good reproduction of a kit which was made in the 1960s and 1970s to adjust, tune and synchronize SU carburetors. We have a set of these and use them often. Well, as often as we bother to tune the SU's, that is, which isn't as often as we should.....Includes a jet wrench, instruction booklet and enough special carb tools to balance two or three carburetors.
Item #: RM00478 -
This is a good secondhand Tecalemit 2787 grease gun, correct for MG TD, TF, MGA, early Austin-Healey, and probably other models.It's in good shape and may contain some original English grease.
Item #: RM00400 -
This is an original Tecalemit grease gun, similar to the gun fitted to AC Ace, Aceca and Cobra, Triumph TR4 and TR6. It is in good condition and would be a worthy addition to the tool kit of any British car of the 1950s or 1960s.
Item #: RM00483 -
The Tecalemit 2802 grease gun, also sometimes referred to as an "oil gun," was fitted to some MGA and AC Cobra tool kits, and may have been used on Triumphs and Austin-Healeys of the 1950s and early 1960s. This one is in good condition.
Item #: RM00503 -
This is a very nice used grease gun, correct for Jaguar XK150, XKE, E-type, Mark 2, Mark IX and X, S-type, Daimler 2 1/2 and other Jaguars of the 1960s and late 1950s. It is in very good original condition.
Item #: RM00498 -
This is a very nice used grease gun, catalogue no. G.C. 3021, correct for Jaguar XK120 and XK140, some Rovers and other quality British cars of the 1950s. It is in very good original condition.
Item #: RM00424 -
The correct 1-lb. copper hammers are still manufactured by Thor in England. These are the right tool for MGAs, TR3s, Morgans, and big Healeys.We also sell Thor 2-lb hammers, correct for Jaguars, and plywood and steel knock off wrenches to protect your shiny knock off spinners from denting when this fine hammer is applied; see Related Products below.
Item #: RM00506 -
All Jaguars of the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970 with wire wheels came with a Thor 2-lb. copper and rawhide hammer for the wire wheel knockoffs. This is the correct one for an XK120, XK140, XK150, Mark I, Mark II, E-type, XKE, Mark VIII, Mark IX, Mark X, 240, 340, S-type 2.4 and 3.8, and most Daimlers.It's in new, perfect condition, 100 percent concours correct and made by the original manufacturer in England, exactly as original.We also have copper 1-lb hammers and plywood and steel knock off...
Item #: RM00477 -
This lovely little tyre gauge will fit your vintage Jaguar or Rover tool box or roll perfectly. It is a generic, unlabelled gauge, marked only MADE IN ENGLAND but it's the right size and shape for a Jag or Rover kit. It's also a lot less money than the correct gauge.This one is pretty much identical to a Dunlop 6J apart from the Dunlop logo. It's 4 1/2 inches long.We do sell Jaguar tyre gauges, both Dunlop 6 and 6J and the style with JAGUAR and the wings logo, in case you want one of those....