British – Silodrome https://silodrome.com Gasoline Culture Sun, 24 Jun 2018 06:59:07 +0000 en-US hourly 1 18077751 Spitfire MK IX TD314 – A Merlin 70-Powered High Level Fighter (HFIXE) https://silodrome.com/spitfire-plane/ Tue, 19 Jun 2018 06:01:16 +0000 https://silodrome.com/?p=78479 Spitfire MK IX TD314 – A Merlin 70-Powered High Level Fighter (HFIXE)

The Supermarine Spitfire The Spitfire is not only one of the most consequential aircraft of the Second World War, it’s also one of the most famous aircraft of the 20th century. Originally developed in the mid-1930s, the Spitfire was designed by Supermarine to fill Air Ministry specification F7/30, calling for a modern fighter capable of...

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Spitfire MK IX TD314 – A Merlin 70-Powered High Level Fighter (HFIXE)

The Supermarine Spitfire

The Spitfire is not only one of the most consequential aircraft of the Second World War, it’s also one of the most famous aircraft of the 20th century.

Originally developed in the mid-1930s, the Spitfire was designed by Supermarine to fill Air Ministry specification F7/30, calling for a modern fighter capable of flying at 250 mph. Although this isn’t all that fast by modern standards, it was like a lightning bolt compared to the biplane fighters that had been used in the preceding World War.

As a result of the sheer volume of engineering and production difficulties that had to be overcome, the aircraft that would become the Spitfire underwent a series of re-designs and name changes, before receiving approval to develop a flying prototype using the Type 300 design.

Over the course of its 1938 to 1948 production run, over 20,000 Spitfires were built in a wide variety of configurations. Most were powered by the iconic Rolls-Royce Merlin engine, a 27 liter V12 aero engine that saw broad use in a multitude of aircraft during and after WWII, including a Packard-built variant that powered the North American P-51 Mustang.

During the war, the Supermarine Spitfire became famous among the people on both sides of the conflict, and the sight of an airborne Spitfire on an intercept course would make the blood of any Luftwaffe pilot run cold.

Spitfire Cockpit Controls

Spitfire MK IX TD314

TD314 was built at Castle Bromwich in late 1944 and fitted with a Merlin 70 as a High Level Fighter (HFIXE). She was one of the last high back Spitfires built as the production line switched to low back aircraft in February of 1945. She was delivered to 33 MU at Lyneham on 30th March 1945, transferring later that month to 30 MU before a further move to 6 MU where she was prepared for service with 183 (Gold Coast) Squadron at Chilbolton on the 24th June 1945.

183 squadron only kept its Spitfires for a short time before re-equipping with Tempests.
TD314 moved to 234 (Madras Presidency) Squadron at Bentwaters on 26th July 1945, it is in this squadrons colours that she is currently finished with the squadron codes of FX-P. Whilst with 234 squadron it is possible that TD314 took part in the 1945 Battle of Britain flypast over London. When 234 squadron converted to Meteors TD314 was transferred to 29 MU at High Ercall for disposal on the 27th February 1946.

Spitfire

In early 1948 TD314 was selected as one of the 136 Spitfire IXs to be sold to the South African Air Force and she was sent to 47 MU RAF Sealand where she was packed for shipment, leaving Birkenhead on the SS Clan Chattan 23rd April and arriving at Cape Town on the 12th May 1948. Details of her use with the SAAF are not known but she was sold for scrapping to the South African Metal & Machinery CO, Salt River, Cape Town, sometime during 1954. She remained in the scrap yard until recovered by Larry Barnett of Johannesburg in 1969. From there she passed through the hands of several owners before arriving in the UK via Canada in 2009.

Acquired by Aero Legends in 2011, restoration commenced at Biggin Hill culminating in a first flight on the 7th December 2013. TD314 is heavily featured in the new Haynes manual on Spitfire restoration having its picture pride of place on the front cover. TD314 has been named “St. George” which is prominently displayed on the fuselage

Perhaps the best thing about this particular Spitfire is that you can fly alongside it, and experience the same sights and sounds as the original WWII combat pilots. Aero Legends operates a small fleet of aircraft out of the Sywell Aerodrome including two, two-seater Spitfires.

The Fly in a Spitfire experience will see you suited up and strapped into a Spitfire, or the Fly with a Spitfire experience will see you onboard a de Havilland Devon with friends and family while Spitfires fly around you, displaying their acrobatic capabilities.

If you’d like to see more or book your flight, you can click here to visit Aero Legends.

Spitfire Flight Formation

Spitfire

Spitfire And Jaguar

Spitfire Plane

Spitfire

Spitfire

Spitfire

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Spitfire Front

Spitfire Pilot

Spitfire Rear Side

Spitfire Side

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An Original Concorde Attitude Display Indicator https://silodrome.com/original-concorde-attitude-display-indicator/ Tue, 19 Jun 2018 04:00:07 +0000 https://silodrome.com/?p=78777 An Original Concorde Attitude Display Indicator

This is an original Concorde attitude display indicator, oftentimes referred to as an artificial horizon. As with many aircraft, the attitude display indicator on the Concorde was positioned front and center for both the captain and co-pilot – directly above the horizontal situation indicator, to the right of the air speed indicator, and to the...

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An Original Concorde Attitude Display Indicator

This is an original Concorde attitude display indicator, oftentimes referred to as an artificial horizon.

As with many aircraft, the attitude display indicator on the Concorde was positioned front and center for both the captain and co-pilot – directly above the horizontal situation indicator, to the right of the air speed indicator, and to the left of the vertical speed indicator.

Concorde is an aircraft that needs no introduction, its maximum speed was over twice the speed of sound at Mach 2.04, that’s 1,354 mph, and it could do the London to New York crossing in just 3 hours and 30 mins.

This artificial horizon it measures in at 13 x 13 x 26 cm, or 5 x 5 x 10 1/4 in the old scale. It’s due to be sold by Artcurial on the 19th of June in Paris with an estimated hammer price of €5,000 to €8,000. If you’d like to read more about it or register to bid you can click the red button below to visit the listing.

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Concorde Cockpit

Concorde Attitude Indicator Back

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1959 Morgan Plus 4 2.1 Litre Competition Roadster – Lawrence Tune Special https://silodrome.com/morgan-plus-4-lawrence-tune/ Wed, 13 Jun 2018 07:01:57 +0000 https://silodrome.com/?p=78402 1959 Morgan Plus 4 2.1 Litre Competition Roadster – Lawrence Tune Special

This Morgan Plus 4 is a little different than most, it’s been fitted with a full performance conversion by Lawrence Tune, a company founded by Morgan racing legend Chris Lawrence. Lawrence Tune It was perhaps Chris Lawrence more than any other who put Morgan on the map as an out-and-out racing machine, in 1959 he...

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1959 Morgan Plus 4 2.1 Litre Competition Roadster – Lawrence Tune Special

This Morgan Plus 4 is a little different than most, it’s been fitted with a full performance conversion by Lawrence Tune, a company founded by Morgan racing legend Chris Lawrence.

Lawrence Tune

It was perhaps Chris Lawrence more than any other who put Morgan on the map as an out-and-out racing machine, in 1959 he drove his performance tuned Morgan Plus 4 to 19 wins from 22 races, taking the National Championship for Production Sports Cars in the process.

Chris founded Lawrence Tune in October of the same year to meet demand for performance parts from other Morgan owners. In 1961 he supplied Morgan with a batch of specially tuned Triumph TR engines for the limited edition “Super Sports” model – the tuning these engines received included a gas-flowed cylinder head, raised compression ratio, special camshaft, twin Weber carburettors, and a four-branch exhaust manifold.

Morgan Plus 4 Carburettors

These performance modifications increased horsepower to 115 hp (Triumph TR3 engine) or 125 hp (Triumph TR4 engine), but in full race-specification that latter engine could be dialed up to 150 hp.

It was in 1962 that Lawrence Tune scored their most memorable victory – a GT2 class win at the Le Mans 24 Hours with company founder than Chris Lawrence and co-driver Richard Shepherd-Barron behind the wheel.

Original Lawrence Tune Morgans are now highly sought after by both collectors and vintage racing enthusiasts, and we only very rarely see them come up for open auction.

The 1959 Morgan Plus 4 Lawrence Tune Special Shown Here

The Morgan you see here is a Lawrence Tune Special, a fact hinted at by the roll bar, wider tires, lowered and suspension. But it’s not till you open the bonnet and see the twin Weber carburetors with their gleaming velocity stacks, and the Lawrence Tune logo on the rocker cover that you realize exactly what you’re looking at – a Morgan unicorn.

Morgan Plus 4

This car was delivered new in 1959 to Worldwide Motors Inc of Los Angeles, California with wire wheels and a Moss gearbox. Its early life is largely a mystery, and it’s not known exactly when it was sent off to Lawrence Tune for its high-performance conversion.

In 1988 it popped back up onto the radar when it was acquired in Belgium by Philippe Bernard, who proceeded to spend £24,000 on servicing and upgrades with Melvyn Rutter, Brands Hatch Morgans, Racetorations, Legion, and Harpers. Philippe kept the car from 1988 till 2005 perhaps an indication of how much he loved it.

The car is producing 120 hp in its current trim (dyno sheet confirmed), more than enough for spritely performance given the low kerb weight of 838 kgs (1,848 lbs), and more horsepower is possible with further engine development work. The car is fitted with a close-ratio gearbox and a roll-cage, and it comes with a hardtop (in white) and a spare set of 74-spoke competition wheels.

The car is now due to be sold at the Goodwood Festival of Speed sale with an estimated value of between £55,000 and £65,000. It’s ready to resume its competition career in the hands of the right owner-driver – if you’d like to register to bid you can click here to visit the listing.

Morgan Plus 4 Left Side

Morgan Plus 4 Left Profile

Morgan Plus 4 Front

Morgan Plus 4 Engine

Morgan Plus 4 Dashboard

Morgan Plus 4 Cockpit

Morgan Plus 4 Back

Morgan Plus 4 Wire Wheels

Morgan Plus 4 Soft Top

Images courtesy of Bonhams

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Documentary: Malle Moto – The Forgotten Dakar Story https://silodrome.com/documentary-malle-moto-forgotten-dakar-story/ Sun, 10 Jun 2018 03:01:34 +0000 https://silodrome.com/?p=78033 Documentary: Malle Moto – The Forgotten Dakar Story

Malle Moto – The Forgotten Dakar Story is a full-length documentary covering the remarkable entry of Lyndon Poskitt in the Malle Moto Class of the 2017 Dakar Rally. The Malle Moto Class isn’t particularly well-known outside of endurance rally circles, in the Dakar the Malle Moto Class is for riders who want to do the...

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Documentary: Malle Moto – The Forgotten Dakar Story

Malle Moto – The Forgotten Dakar Story is a full-length documentary covering the remarkable entry of Lyndon Poskitt in the Malle Moto Class of the 2017 Dakar Rally.

The Malle Moto Class isn’t particularly well-known outside of endurance rally circles, in the Dakar the Malle Moto Class is for riders who want to do the already difficult event on hard mode. Competitors in this class have literally no help from outside, no support crew, no mechanics, and certainly no massage therapists.

Malle Moto riders have to fix and maintain their bikes by themselves, they have to set up their own camp, cook their own food, and work out their own road books. Many of them only get 2-3 hours of sleep each night, and many of them never finish the event.

This documentary is an excellent look inside the Malle Moto Class at the modern Dakar Rally, and it’ll leave you wondering how on earth they do it. The Dakar is already the toughest rally in the world, and these guys make the normal competitors look a little soft.

If you’d like to follow more of Lyndon’s adventures you can subscribe to his YouTube channel here.

Lyndon Poskitt

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Short Film Series: Isle of Man TT – Learn the Course https://silodrome.com/isle-of-man-tt-learn-the-course/ Tue, 05 Jun 2018 04:00:15 +0000 https://silodrome.com/?p=78019 Short Film Series: Isle of Man TT – Learn the Course

If you’ve ever wanted to spend a lap aboard a superbike at the Isle of Man TT with no risk of putting yourself through a stone wall, this short film series is exactly what you’ve been waiting for. It was produced by the official Isle of Man TT folks, who’ve taken a full race-speed lap...

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Short Film Series: Isle of Man TT – Learn the Course

If you’ve ever wanted to spend a lap aboard a superbike at the Isle of Man TT with no risk of putting yourself through a stone wall, this short film series is exactly what you’ve been waiting for.

It was produced by the official Isle of Man TT folks, who’ve taken a full race-speed lap of the circuit onboard Bruce Anstey’s 600cc Honda and added onscreen markers to show you the corner names and highlights of the track over the full course.

It was filmed during Race 1 of the 2011 running of the TT, Bruce took both pole position (131.431 mph) and fastest lap (131.379 mph) in the Superbike TT.

A quiet spoken New Zealander, Bruce is a hugely popular veteran road racer, with 13 TT wins to his name, he’s also the former lap record holder on the world-famous Snaefell Mountain Course (17 minutes 6.682 seconds).

Amazingly, for 13 consecutive seasons (2002 to 2015) Bruce managed to secure a top three finish at the world’s three most prestigious road races – the North West 200, the Isle of Man TT, and the Ulster Grand Prix.

This hot lap of the Isle of Man course will have you white-knuckling your desk and wondering how they do it, I think it’s safe to say that most of us would struggle to manage a hot lap on an anaemic Italian moped without bottling it.

Part 1 of the series is above, with parts 2 and 3 below.

 

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The History of the Pit Stop: An Interview With Gordon Murray https://silodrome.com/history-of-the-pit-stop-interview-with-gordon-murray/ Sun, 03 Jun 2018 04:01:18 +0000 https://silodrome.com/?p=77766 The History of the Pit Stop: An Interview With Gordon Murray

The History of the Pit Stop is an extended interview with one of the greatest Formula 1 engineers in history – Gordon Murray. Pit stops have become a large part of Formula 1, and of motor racing in general, but many of the elements that make up a modern pit stop were developed by Murray...

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The History of the Pit Stop: An Interview With Gordon Murray

The History of the Pit Stop is an extended interview with one of the greatest Formula 1 engineers in history – Gordon Murray.

Pit stops have become a large part of Formula 1, and of motor racing in general, but many of the elements that make up a modern pit stop were developed by Murray and the Brabham team back in 1982 and first introduced at that year’s Austrian Grand Prix.

The trials and tribulations of creating rudimentary plywood tire warmers, high-pressure refueling rigs made from old beer kegs, and accidentally blowing up fuel tanks makes for a great story and Murray tells it well. Even fans with just a passing interest in motor racing, this short film is a must watch.

I’ve included in-race footage from 1982 showing the first of the Brabham pit stops, if you look closely you can see Gordon Murray out in front of the car acting as what we would now call the “lollypop man”.

Editor’s Note: The interview film loops half way through (at approximately the 20 minute mark) and replays the interview from the B camera. I’m not sure why it does this.

The History of the Pit Stop An Interview With Gordon Murray

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Full Documentary: The Story of MG – Britain’s Biggest Little Car Company https://silodrome.com/documentary-story-mg/ Sun, 27 May 2018 05:01:09 +0000 https://silodrome.com/?p=77522 Full Documentary: The Story of MG – Britain’s Biggest Little Car Company

This documentary from the 1980s tells the story of MG, the mighty little car company that produced some of the most influential and popular British roadsters of the 20th century. The film starts with the very first MG and discusses the company’s long history, showcasing many of its most popular (and some of the less...

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Full Documentary: The Story of MG – Britain’s Biggest Little Car Company

This documentary from the 1980s tells the story of MG, the mighty little car company that produced some of the most influential and popular British roadsters of the 20th century. The film starts with the very first MG and discusses the company’s long history, showcasing many of its most popular (and some of the less known) models.

For generations it was the small, lightweight roadsters produced by Morris Garages that provided that affordable first step into the world of sports cars. Many GIs fell in love with the MG T-Series Midgets during WWII when they were posted to Britain, and some would even take an MG home with them when they left.

This kicked off a love affair for British roadsters with the American motoring public who were seeking inexpensive sports cars for weekend thrills. The peak of this cross-atlantic relationship was the MGB – a beautiful sports car that could be bought by those who wore blue collars to work, and it would eventually sell almost 500,000 units over its lifespan.

MG Cars Documentary

Read more about the MG in the image above here.

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The Original Norton Commando Production Racer – The Yellow Peril https://silodrome.com/norton-commando-production-racer-yellow-peril/ Thu, 24 May 2018 09:01:59 +0000 https://silodrome.com/?p=77501 The Original Norton Commando Production Racer – The Yellow Peril

The Yellow Peril The Norton Commando Production Racer was often colloquially referred to as the “Yellow Peril”. The bike would be offered as a road-legal factory racer to privateers and to well-heeled boy racers, so that the Norton factory could homologate the model for its own racing efforts. The first major victory for the Production...

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The Original Norton Commando Production Racer – The Yellow Peril

The Yellow Peril

The Norton Commando Production Racer was often colloquially referred to as the “Yellow Peril”. The bike would be offered as a road-legal factory racer to privateers and to well-heeled boy racers, so that the Norton factory could homologate the model for its own racing efforts.

The first major victory for the Production Racer was a win at the 1970 Thruxton 500 with Peter Williams and Charlie Sanby taking turns in the saddle, later the same year Williams would come within 1.6 seconds of winning the Isle of Man Production TT but he ran out of petrol on the last lap within sight of the checkered flag.

Cost-control was king at Norton in the late 60s and early 70s, so the Yellow Peril could never have been a bespoke design, it was very closely based on the production Norton Commando, but it each was built with the best performance parts of the day – giving an extra 12 bhp for a total of 70 bhp, with a top speed of over 130 mph.

Norton Commando Fairing

Norton Commando Production Racer Specifications

Each Production Racer was hand built at the Norton race shop by former AJS rider and senior development engineer Peter Inchley. Each of the air-cooled parallel twins was built using standard crankcases and a standard crank, with weight-matched connecting rods, a 3S racing camshaft, high-compression pistons, and shortened push rods.

The heads were individually selected from the regular production line, then ported and polished, fitted with larger valves in phosphor-bronze valve guides, and polished rockers.

When ordering your Production Racer you could specify either 32mm Amal GP or Concentric carburetors, the newfangled Boyer-Bransden electronic ignition (rather than the traditional points), and either a close-ratio 4-speed gearbox or the longer-legged Quaife 5-speed.

Suspension was modified specifically for the track, different wheels and tires were used, and a very attractive fairing, fuel tank, and seat were fitted – these are so beloved by the Norton faithful that’ve remained in production ever since by various companies in Britain and further afield.

It’s believed that fewer than 200 original Norton Commando Production Racers were built, making them one of the most highly sought after Commando model variants, if not the most desirable outright.

The 1969 Norton Commando Production Racer Shown Here

The Yellow Peril you see here is listed as a correct example by Mecum, the only two parts I can see that don’t seem factory original are the (single) Mikuni carburetor and Hagon rear shock absorbers, although it’s obviously common for these bikes to have had parts swapped out over the years.

It’s fitted with front and rear drum brakes as Norton didn’t introduce the front disc until later in the model’s run. It’s due to be offered by Mecum as part of the Jim Lattin Collection in Las Vegas on the 1-2 of June, there’s currently no estimated hammer price, so it’ll be interesting to see what it goes for on the day.

If you’d like to read more about this Norton you can click here to visit the listing on Mecum.

Norton Commando Tail

Norton Commando Production Racer - The Yellow Peril

Norton Commando Production Racer - The Yellow Peril

Norton Commando Front Brake

Norton Commando Gas Cap

Norton Commando Mikuni Carburetor

Norton Commando 750

Norton Commando Hagon Shocks

Norton Commando Engine

Norton Commando Engine And Gearbox

Images courtesy of Mecum

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Watch The Full Episode: Edd China’s Garage Revival: The Golf GT(I) https://silodrome.com/edd-chinas-garage-revival-golf-gti/ Sun, 20 May 2018 05:00:36 +0000 https://silodrome.com/?p=77244 Watch The Full Episode: Edd China’s Garage Revival: The Golf GT(I)

Edd China’s Garage Revival is a new TV series that many of us have been wanting for years, each episode is entirely dedicated to Edd (formerly the co-star of Wheeler Dealers) working on cars – with his characteristically friendly way of showing you how to do a huge variety of jobs on a wide range of...

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Watch The Full Episode: Edd China’s Garage Revival: The Golf GT(I)

Edd China’s Garage Revival is a new TV series that many of us have been wanting for years, each episode is entirely dedicated to Edd (formerly the co-star of Wheeler Dealers) working on cars – with his characteristically friendly way of showing you how to do a huge variety of jobs on a wide range of cars.

This new show is a wrenchhead’s dream, as you can acquire a significant amount of knowledge while sitting on the couch watching Edd do all the work.

Episode #1 of the new series takes place in Norway, where Edd travels to help a local Norwegian (whose name I can’t spell) to drop a 16 valve engine into his Mk1 VW Golf. The job involves doing the engine swap, removing the rear drum brakes and replacing them with discs, and a few other odd jobs to get the car on the road.

If the new series gets enough support, Edd will be able to secure funding to get to work creating a full season.

Many television shows about cars or motorcycles tend to target the lowest denominator, with garbage quality rushed builds to meet arbitrary deadlines set to a soundtrack of arguing neanderthals and ’80s trailer-park-electric-guitar-whammy-bar-trash-rock.

Edd China’s Garage Revival would be a much needed breath of fresh air for petrolheads who don’t watch television at an 8th grade level.

If you like the episode, please click though to his YouTube channel here and hit the subscribe button to show him your support.

Edd China's Garage Revival Logo

Edd China's Garage Revival

Edd China's Garage Revival VW Golf

Weber Carbs

Edd China's Garage Revival Golf

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Icon – The Official Land Rover Book https://silodrome.com/icon-official-land-rover-book/ Tue, 15 May 2018 07:00:19 +0000 https://silodrome.com/?p=76918 Icon – The Official Land Rover Book

Icon – The Official Land Rover Book is the marque’s own look back at what is arguably their most important model line – the Series and Defender vehicles that defined the company and helped define the very nature of modern 4x4s. The book is made up of 10 chapters with over 200 pages covering the...

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Icon – The Official Land Rover Book

Icon – The Official Land Rover Book is the marque’s own look back at what is arguably their most important model line – the Series and Defender vehicles that defined the company and helped define the very nature of modern 4x4s.

The book is made up of 10 chapters with over 200 pages covering the early Series I right through to the more mordern Defender series vehicles. It includes excerpts on the Camel Trophy, and the rally racing Bowler Defenders that have been built, as well as a foreword written by one of the best known of the Land Rover faithful – Richard Hammond.

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Icon - The Official Land Rover Book

Icon - The Official Land Rover Book

Icon - The Official Land Rover Book

Icon - The Official Land Rover Book

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