David Bracey19 June 2021 at 05:39 #53316
Anyone recognise this? Found it on the driveway and it looks suspiciously filthy and worn to have dropped from a Lagonda! Can?t see where though. About 2? long.h1419 June 2021 at 10:06 #53317
It appears to be a lever which pivots about a central pin, with the fork moving something with a recess machined in it. Can’t identify it, but it’s operation might help you narrow down where it might go. With no hole/attachment evidence on the lever section, the implication is that it is operated manually, and located somewhere oily!
LaurenceDavid Bracey19 June 2021 at 10:47 #53318
Yes, that?s exactly my thought. On the same wavelength. It looks so typically Lagonda and yet might be entirely unrelated.
Thanks for confirming my thinking.DavidLG4520 June 2021 at 10:06 #53319
Not a part that I recognise. . . .David Bracey20 June 2021 at 13:36 #53320
It could have dropped off any number of pieces of machinery I?ve got.
I?ll find out eventually.
DavidDavid Bracey22 June 2021 at 11:15 #53321
Having just driven the car for 15 miles I?ve reached the conclusion that it?s unrelated to my Lagonda.
What a relief.
DavidJulian Messent9 July 2021 at 09:37 #53324
That is a ToggleWidget, it is used for getting owners very worried when actually they have nothing to worry about 😆 😀
Nothing Lagonda that I have ever seen, and I recon I have seen most things Lagonda.
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