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Assoc. of Heritage Engineers - SustainingtheLegacy Oct 15
Association of Heritage Engineers are engaging with heads and hands. Heritage Engineering as Therapy wants to hear you stories, initiatives, revelations and experiences. My friend and AoHE super supporter explains why .
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Haynes Motor Museum Oct 18
"Welcoming visitors back safely to experience the Museum in a new light is our team’s top priority. Now more than ever it’s important for the nation to support our museums and heritage sites..." Read more:
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Assoc. of Heritage Engineers - SustainingtheLegacy Oct 20
Ooooof my word. What to we reckon to doing an OMGCV show next year, there are some amazing commercial vehicles out there. What do we reckon ? ClassicCV gathering ?
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Assoc. of Heritage Engineers - SustainingtheLegacy Oct 19
Heritage Engineering as Therapy is about telling the stories of just how important what we love is to so many people around the UK and the world.Engaging the is putting together a team of people to help drive the initiative forward. Get involved.
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Assoc. of Heritage Engineers - SustainingtheLegacy Oct 18
Hi Gareth, the plan is for my apprentice son to pull apart the engine and hewland box to see what we have and to share the experience with his cohort in bringing it back to be used competitively in sprints and hill climbs and for 2022
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James Davis Nov 12
I’m really excited to be part of the movement; 2020 - featuring the new Festival of British Engineering - promises to be the best yet and plans are well underway
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Assoc. of Heritage Engineers - SustainingtheLegacy Oct 20
This 👇 accredited courses available as well 👇👍
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Haynes Motor Museum Sep 23
This 1965 Austin Mini Cooper 998cc is the focus of this week's which underwent a engine rebuild after the exhaust valves were found to be sticking in the cylinder head causing the cylinders to loose compression.
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Same Old Me Mar 27
Replying to @MarkWat19
That sort of engine, certainly 👍👍 This is from a late Tarpen Tarflex drive unit!
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Same Old Me Apr 2
Replying to @aohereng @DaveWhite99
Current view... '59 MkII Velocette LE, '48 Brockhouse Corgi, and '78 Can Am Bombardier 250....
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Haynes Motor Museum Oct 7
This iconic 1943 Jaguar Marque 4 recently came to the workshop for an extensive engine rebuild. A full refurbishment took place restoring the engine to its original specification. Call 01963 442790 for further information about our trusted workshop.
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ed moses Nov 17
- some mornings I hate autocorrect!!
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Assoc. of Heritage Engineers - SustainingtheLegacy Oct 21
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The Bugatti Trust Jan 15
Well how kind of you Yes please do come & visit and you can check details of opening hours events& anniversary year Proud to be members of to support past present and future of engineering in the UK 🏁😀⚙️🔩🔧
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Assoc. of Heritage Engineers - SustainingtheLegacy Oct 13
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Haynes Motor Museum Sep 30
The focus of this week's is the 1965 AC Cobra which came to the workshop for an extensive engine rebuild. This stylish car is now back driving to its full potential. Call 01963 442790 for further information about our trusted workshop.
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MotoFest Coventry May 28
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Piston Foundation Jul 2
Replying to @PistonFound
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Piston Foundation Aug 27
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