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Lucas actually made some good stuff, I cut my teeth on it as an apprentice.I don't remember having too much trouble getting a generator to work and the starters were dead simple.Strangely enough my 72 Eldorado has a Lucas starter with the solenoid underneath instead of on top like a Bosch
A few years ago at the Vegas vintage motorcycle auctions, some vendor was selling those "Prince of Darkness" T-shirts and I regret not buying one! If I see one this year....I am going to buy it! Quote from Joseph Lucas (1834-1903): "A Gentleman does not motor about after dark." Brilliant...
I felt compelled to gift my BIL and FIL each with one of those shirts after they supplied an extension cord to hot wire the headlamps on my AH Sprite one dark and chilly night so Teresa and I could get home. Think those shirts are still available at Moss or Victoria British....will check for you. <edit/update...nope, don�t find them>
I worked on an MGB GT that belonged to a buddy of mine - the battery had a positive ground, and you pulled the engine to change the clutch.
Everyone tried to warn me that the starter would spin backwards, but that is not true.
My '71 TR6R's wiring was a hot mess when I started getting in to it.
I had a girlfriend who was a hot mess.Her name wasn't Lucas though...
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