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Oh you had one also, and if you didn't run out of gas the electoral shorted out
Like the old Triumph cars, wiring by Lucas Electric, "The Prince of Darkness".


I guess that's why the British like warm beer..... Lucas refrigerators.....

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My volkswagon beetle used air from the spare tire to power the windshield washers. I guess if you washed your windows too much and had a flat you'd be in trouble.
My first new car, a 66 VW, had that setup. I told a kid in a gas station that there was a hose running from the spare to each tire, so I only had to put air in the spare, and they all balanced out. He thought that was a GREAT idea. Never questioned how the hoses would work when the tires were turning. That's why he was a gas station attendant. (Remember those?!?!?!?)
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Like the old Triumph cars, wiring by Lucas Electric, "The Prince of Darkness".


I guess that's why the British like warm beer..... Lucas refrigerators.....
And why you can't find an Ice Cube in England...... Lucas freezers

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