That's right, Rex Chatfield found it languishing in a barn in a terrible state & restored it to a good standard. It has a lot of nice touches - like brass plates instead of steel to cover the oil pockets & a hand made, riveted petrol tank with a hand made petrol cap with a big "C" milled into the top. The carburettor has a lot of brass about it and is supplied via a brass (not copper) pipe.
I swapped a Ducati Sebring for it in one of those rare deals in which both parties thought they came out ahead!
I quite soon found it a suitable 110 Volt dynamo to drive, but with the Crossley weighing in at seven hundredweight & the dynamo at another three, it became obvious that they needed a dedicated trailer to display them, something I do not have the space to store. My current plan is to clear a corner of the workshop (HA!!) and mount them on a concrete plinth for my own amusement.
J. Kim Siddorn,