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    I have a set of Automatic Brake Bleed Valves, still in original packaging, suitable for Simca Aronde (1956 to Dec 1957). They also suit all Skodas of that era and the Honda N600.

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    How much? Well let's say the cost of postage, eh? Or collect from CMC Display Day next Sunday in Sydney. But be quick and certainly before 31 August 2005, please.

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    Default Simca Automatic Brake Bleed Valves ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Alastair Browne
    I have a set of Automatic Brake Bleed Valves, still in original packaging, suitable for Simca Aronde (1956 to Dec 1957). They also suit all Skodas of that era and the Honda N600.

    How much? Well let's say the cost of postage, eh? Or collect from CMC Display Day next Sunday in Sydney. But be quick and certainly before 31 August 2005, please.

    Alastair
    Alastair,
    I'm intrigued, brake bleed valves for Simca etc? Rather exotic kit for that era.
    I've seen something like that advertised for racing set ups in this century!

    Out of interest, how about a bit of a rundown on this erotica?

    Regards, Wildebeest.

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    Automatic Brake Bleed Valves have been available for years but this is the first set I've seen in a long time and I got them at the Singer National Rally earlier this year. They make bleeding brakes an absolute doddle. No need for tubes, jars, another helper etc. The only problem is that you need the right set for each car.

    I had a set on a car years ago in UK and even a no hoper clean hands mechanic like me could actually bleed brakes. They just screw in the existing bleed screw holes and voila, off you go. You leave them in there so they arer always ready if you want to bleed the brakes. They are made by a company in Richmond, Surrey, UK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alastair Browne
    I have a set of Automatic Brake Bleed Valves, still in original packaging, suitable for Simca Aronde (1956 to Dec 1957). They also suit all Skodas of that era and the Honda N600.

    How much? Well let's say the cost of postage, eh? Or collect from CMC Display Day next Sunday in Sydney. But be quick and certainly before 31 August 2005, please.

    Alastair
    Hi Alastair,

    Do you think they would fit a 1962 Aronde?. If so I would love to have them.

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    John P (Simca Man)

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    John P The Simca Man

    Sorry. The packet only describes the years I have stated. Other models specify a different part number. This part is ABV 88.

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    Ray Bell

    Just tried to e-m you but it failed. The answer to your question is No. The ABV for Peugeots is a different part No - all models up to 1965, it is 'F' and from 1965 it is 'A2'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alastair Browne
    John P The Simca Man

    Sorry. The packet only describes the years I have stated. Other models specify a different part number. This part is ABV 88.

    Alastair
    Hi Alastair,

    Pity about that ......... but thanks anyway.

    Regards

    JP

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