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Thursday, 12 April 2012

Triumph Cast Parts Available From England!

Came across Jon's blog yesterday and was really impressed with what he is doing down in Devon. 

I served my apprenticeship in a steel foundry and have got a good idea what's involved. It's certainly not an enterprise to be taken lightly.

It's good to see someone from England giving it a go for a change, and BIW wishes him all the success he deserves.

Late unit stuff at the moment but Jon promises more in the future, finned timing covers I hope!
Nice one Jon


  1. you and me seem to be looking at the same stuff.Been following Jon's blog a while, I like the fact that he his sand casting it gives a much better feel to parts than CNC.

  2. Thanks for the encouragement and good wishes Brian. I'll update the blog with some new stuff soon. I've thought long and hard about finned timing covers, I think Baron's Speed Shop are on that one! Thanks again mate.