<p>Re-Introduced as part of our Classic range of hammers. These hammers complete with branded heads replicate the hammers originally supplied in toolkits of most UK manufactured cars fitted with wire wheels and securing spinners. Sometimes known as Knock-
FWIW, I scored a pile of dirty vintage wrenches on eBay for $10. Most are well used, but they are all usable mix of vintage (60s) British/USA SAE/Whitworth and odd angles which is exactly what I was looking for (vs. typical shaped open/box end). Can't beat that price. I did buy a small clean set from a member here for $30, and a Tipco for $3 including shipping. So my Norton toolbox is good with wrenches now. (I'll leave my overpriced snap-on tools in the snap-on roller.) I am going to have to get some small sockets though. More hunting.