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ENGLISH ROADSTERS:   Crafty reflections. posted by: Chas on 2/5/2010 at 10:03:54 AM
I fitted a white reflector under the glass of my front lamp
to give it a new purpose.(couldn't source a battery so no good as a light).. What do you think?


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          RE:ENGLISH ROADSTERS:   Crafty reflections.posted by Matthew on 2/5/2010 at 10:43:46 AM
Brilliant!

Matthew - a bright spark
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          RE:ENGLISH ROADSTERS:   Crafty reflections.posted by JDuck on 2/6/2010 at 9:33:18 AM
Chas
What a great idea.

Jeff - Not as bright
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          RE:RE:ENGLISH ROADSTERS:   Crafty reflections.posted by Chris on 2/9/2010 at 4:50:39 PM
There was a article written up on one of the larger Raleigh Chopper websites and it tells how to make up a working battery with modern batteries and a bit of bridge wiring available at Radio shack to make these old Eveready British/ Pifco lamps still usable. The Raleigh Chopper devotees prize these lights and the article tells you how to make up a battery kit.

Don't remember the exact web site but I'm sure it's still up on the net.

I love these lights especially the black enamel ones from the 1940's
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