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Discussion Starter #741 (Edited)
Every little helps as they say...
Have a look on the base... I love recycling and diy-ing everything with all my bits & bobs, i.e. my old rubbish...
Mind that the lamp can't fall at all!
Initially the arm was intended to be screwed on a desk or table. Too cruel...

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I'd already given my younger son the other worn front vented brake disk to make a table mat. My lovely in-law who is architect adores that kind of stuff!
 
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Innovative. I hope you cleaned all the black brake pad dust off before putting it on that tablecloth!
 

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Innovative. I hope you cleaned all the black brake pad dust off before putting it on that tablecloth!
I did. Previously it had been a table mat for a while after being cleaned, sanded & lacquered. Never missus would have allowed me to put it on the table without! ;)
 

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And the little goodie of the month: a Rover tyre tester with dual graduation (KGS / LBS).
Zoom on the pic to see the central badge.
But I bet it's older than the V6, possibly made earlier for SD1, P6, P5?
Has anybody any clue?
I must add that it doesn't look working: every tyre I can test, it reaches the max at once!
Just as a souvenir...
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Apparently it might have been part of the P4 toolkit as figured below:
Rover P4 tool kit complete


Well regarding the price of the full set (£185) I've paid my tester 10€ (£9) hence I'm not that robbed... :p
 
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