Wet Blasting Alloy Casings Ariel Square Four MKII

Square Four Engine Cases prepared for wet blasting Better than new! Cases (and photos) back from Specialised Blasting Services Brisbane A major step forward in cosmetic progress if not actual progress is having the alloy cases of the Squariel wet blasted. I have a...

Ariel Restoration. Where has the time gone?

A lot has happened in the word since I last posted to www.Squariel.com.au. So much, in fact, that I have been wondering where the time has gone to. It would be great to be writing a post about how the restoration is about complete and I am ready to start the square...

Tanks for the Memories

Has my tank finally arrived back from its journey? Tanks for the memories indeed. Of course it hasn’t! The good news is that it is finally finished. The repairs are complete. Shiny Bits have finished making its bits shiny and the insides have been sealed to provide...

Smiths Chronometric Speedometer

Smiths Chronometric   Nothing says quality British quite like the words “Smiths Chronometric”. My thoughts tend more to Lawrence of Arabia than had I been talking about Lucas, the prince of darkness. The insides of the speedometer, while not totally unknown to me...

Honing in on the money shot

The Money Shot The money shot indeed. It is well documented by anybody who has owned, restored or even had a passing interest in Edward Turner’s less known legacy. That is that Ariel Square four engines that have been poorly maintained or stored for a long time are...