Although it looks rough that building is actually an occupied house. The owner is taking a bit of a risk leaving it in that condition.
Were you ever tempted to go for the 'spinner' wheel nuts? Do they make it easier etc? I heard that there's less chance of accidentally hitting the wing with the brace when there's wheel spinners. Any thoughts?
As it happens I have been considering spinners but only on aesthetic grounds. The spanner that lives under the bonnet (and I assume came with the car) has an arm that is barely longer than a spinner would be so, as you can chose where to position it, I'd say it had less chance of bodywork damage.
Great clip. That very first documentary Fred Dibnah Steeplejack
was made in 1978 and won a Bafta. I recorded the repeat a year later and still have the tape. As far as I know it has never been on TV since or released on video (in fact that YouTube upload may possibly be from my tape).
If you're in a Morgan without a spare, how do you manage?
For the next few days I hope I don't find out!