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Old 04-23-18, 02:11 PM
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Looking for Lucas King of the Road Bicycle Lamp

I am new to this so I hope I didn't double post this somewhere else. I'm looking for this for a gift, need help, been searching everywhere. Any advice?
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Old 04-23-18, 03:32 PM
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The Prince of Darkness

Ah, Joseph Lucas...


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NOTE! The second snarky picture is for anyone who ever owned or worked on a Brit car.
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Positive ground....nuff said.....
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Why do Brits prefer their beer warm? Because Lucas made their refrigerators. :-)
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Did you check at The Cabe. https://thecabe.com/forum/
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I believe their motto was - 'A hard day's work and home before dark.'
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Originally Posted by christinasterk1 View Post
I am new to this so I hope I didn't double post this somewhere else. I'm looking for this for a gift, need help, been searching everywhere. Any advice?
I've got one new in the box, probably 60's?
https://photos.app.goo.gl/ezufQ7LriV3xgj6k1
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Why do the British drink warm beer?

Lucas refrigerators.
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...you guys can make all the Lucas jokes you want.
But I learned a whole lot about troubleshooting Auto electrical systems from Driving a Sunbeam Alpine GT for a few years.


It was that or walk.
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At least the rats appreciated the electrical harness on the 1955 MGA 1500 my dad gave me as a high school "project" car, back in the late 70's....
Like most British classic sports cars, it was a real beauty, but a PITA to keep on the road, not knowing what other electrical bug eill come up or if it will stop at the next stoplight (Hello Dunlop brakes!)......
Lucky for me thst it had a rust free body (a miracle with any MG) or we would have sold it for junk.....
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A Lucas light switch has 3 positions: Flicker, Dim, and Off.
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Positive ground....nuff said.....
Positive EARTH!

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