Top one is a 'Razor Saw' - commonly used for modelling and small scale engineering; works similarly to a junior hacksaw, but is more rigid and produces a much finer and more accurate cut.
Middle one looks as though it may be a kind of wedge - I've only come across these used for splitting large logs, although these usually go down to a more pronounced point? This one could well have a more specialised purpose from a joiners toolbox from years ago?
i have just bought a mg z r street wise it has done just 18,000 miles from new it lists 2 previous owners but the paper wort refers to one person perhaps the garage owned it first it realy drives nice I noted from past paperwork the mileage is genuine is genuine but past mot state coil...
Hi, my mum has been looking everywhere for a mens MG watch to buy as a gift. Specifically a MG-ZT watch. The only thing she has found is from what looks like a very fake website.
Does the watch she wants actually exist? And if it does where could she buy one from.