That's an SUV, much more than just a boot! I carried my McDonald AA up from Victoria in the boot of a real car (Falcon).Went to Tamworth on Monday to have a look at an M, it was puchased as a unfinished project, in pieces and due to illness the own wanted to move it on. on't know if this is spares or a new project. Amazed that you could fit an M in the boot. As far as I can see the only parts missing is the EK maggy and an oiler. Included in the deal was cylinder sleeve, piston, conrod, big end bearing set and flywheel side cranck case bearing cover for 11/2 hp M plus for no reason at all he chucked in a piston, conrod and big end bearing set for a Lister J.
By the number of NSW number plates going past the farm, the border is open. Last week-end was a near continuous stream of caravans and campers, motor bikes and shiny clean cars (easy way to pick a non-local) with NSW number plates. The farm is close to the QLD-NSW border.Yes, open that border up so we can visit our little dago great grandson.