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  1. Thanks Greg - it looks as though it should be mounted on the end of something though, rather than being a flush dash fit. How/where would it typically be mounted?
  2. Interesting - would it have attached to the end of the column shifter? I have a stock-looking knob on the end of that.
  3. ...found rolling around on the floor of my 48 Windsor. It's not immediately obvious what it should be attached too - at least not to me. Who else has one?!
  4. Thanks for all the welcoming messages - it's great to know there's a lot of knowledge and experience around to tap into, especially here in the UK. I'm based near Bognor Regis in West Sussex if anyone is local-ish. Great to hear the ownership insights too. The now deceased Rover brand in the UK was often considered the bank manager's car, I think, but perhaps English bank managers were a little more repressed - here's a Rover P3 from 1948 https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=36225128
  5. Hi all, I'm a new forum member from the UK with a new toy - the 1948 WIndsor Highlander pictured. I've only had it a couple of weeks, and not touched it at all - it's been sitting at the front of the house with windows open, as a colony of rats was made homeless when it was pulled from a field. I once encountered a road-kill skunk in Wyoming, and thought I'd never smell anything that horrible... well now I have! Anyway, I can almost breathe in there now, and the workshop manual is on the way, so hopefully I'll get some things done this summer. It's currently a non-runner, so lots to do.
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