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2CVGB News article – SPOG January 2017

Another Christmas present arrived here over the festive period from a fellow Club member much to the gratitude of Taffy and the SPOG Team. Indeed I’ve often heard it said “SPOG has little available for the disc brake 2cv?” However things are gradually changing and, following this friend’s most gracious donation of the appropriate tooling moulds for the manufacture of fibre-glass 2cv rear wing protectors, here comes another SPOG part on the list for these particular vehicles. Continue reading 2CVGB News article – SPOG January 2017

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2CVGB News article – SPOG December 2016

Back in 1994 when SPOG was first created it was decided at Committee that 2cvGB should match pound for pound every contribution to the scheme following the purchase of discount units. Earlier this year on 1st April 2016 SPOG was split off from 2cvGB Ltd to become 2CVGB PARTS Ltd with the total of the SPOG Fund standing at £20,821.00. Therefore it was agreed that the working capital for our new company would become twice that amount in accordance with the previous Committee decision. Continue reading 2CVGB News article – SPOG December 2016

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2CVGB News article – SPOG October 2016

Show me please Taffy any new information which has recently appeared regarding 2cv head-lights. However, before I get into some elec-trickery, a quick update on SPOG as you’ll remember it was decided to split this off from the main body of 2cvGB Ltd. Our new trading arm, 2CVGB Parts Ltd is now “live” within Company’s House, its two Directors coming from the Committee of 2cvGB. Likewise, the Company has its own separate Bank Account with work now underway to build a web-site for this new venture including a “shop”. So many of the photographs which have entertained you over the years in our Magazine are hopefully to be seen again soon on the netty, towards the end of the year.

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2CVGB News article – SPOG September 2016

“Hey, Mr. Tambourine man, play a song for me” the lyrics of that infamous song written and performed by the legendary Bob Dylan although taken to No I of the UK Charts by the Byrds back in 1965. Now that’s history? And while Taffy is rattling his own tambourine and singing along, I’ll “beat the drum” about our cars’ rear brake drums.

If you have ever received an MOT advisory note or indeed a failure certificate regarding the state of the bearing in an A Series rear brake drum I know only too well how depressing this can be. Changing this bearing can be a most arduous task requiring specialist tooling in order to achieve a satisfactory result. But firstly one has to remove the brake drum to work on it. Continue reading 2CVGB News article – SPOG September 2016