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Jake97

22.08.2016, 16:55
 

New to corgi ownership (Brockhouse Corgi)

Hi Guys, just got a 1952 brockhouse corgi which needs a bit of TLC. The engine is in fairly good condition buts theres a few parts missing and my knowledge of the bike is limited,
Any information on the bike its self, other sources of information, and parts would be greatly appreciated.
I'm from the UK, if that's any help

modelman(R)

24.08.2016, 13:52

@ Jake97

New to corgi ownership

Hi Guys, just got a 1952 brockhouse corgi which needs a bit of TLC. The
engine is in fairly good condition buts theres a few parts missing and my
knowledge of the bike is limited,
Any information on the bike its self, other sources of information, and
parts would be greatly appreciated.
I'm from the UK, if that's any help

I keep an eye on good old e-bay, all sorts of corgi related stuff comes to light now & again!

Jake97

27.08.2016, 06:26

@ modelman

New to corgi ownership

Hi Guys, just got a 1952 brockhouse corgi which needs a bit of TLC. The
engine is in fairly good condition buts theres a few parts missing and
my
knowledge of the bike is limited,
Any information on the bike its self, other sources of information, and
parts would be greatly appreciated.
I'm from the UK, if that's any help

I keep an eye on good old e-bay, all sorts of corgi related stuff comes to
light now & again!

ok thanks, also do you know if i have a Excelsior spryt mk1 or mk2. its a 1952 (mk4 corgi )

modelman(R)

30.08.2016, 09:17

@ Jake97

New to corgi ownership

Hi Guys, just got a 1952 brockhouse corgi which needs a bit of TLC.
The
engine is in fairly good condition buts theres a few parts missing and
my
knowledge of the bike is limited,
Any information on the bike its self, other sources of information,
and
parts would be greatly appreciated.
I'm from the UK, if that's any help

I keep an eye on good old e-bay, all sorts of corgi related stuff comes
to
light now & again!

ok thanks, also do you know if i have a Excelsior spryt mk1 or mk2. its a
1952 (mk4 corgi )

I'm almost certain that its a mk2 spryt if it has a 2-speed box & kick start, & the engine No. is stamped onto a flat opposite the spark-plug.
regards