What could be better than reading TCM whilst being mid-Atlantic on the Queen Mary 2?
I have owned my B31 since 1965 and it’s been recently restored to its original alternator specification, after I had converted it to magdyno in the 1960s as the old 6v alternator system kept boiling batteries.
No voltage control then, only by headlamp switch!
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I also have a Triumph T140, which was rescued out of a friend’s back garden after 40 years, and which has been fully restored.
Dave Edwards, via email.
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