Well this explains how it could have come off, let us hope @CarlS can help you out here.Checked the area where I may have lost to no avail. It’s a mile of old pot holed pavement which I scooted over while standing on the pegs . Either the latch failed or more likely was not properly shut before I headed out. Most likely the latter. The latch at the back closes on an arrow headed stud that protrudes down from the bottom of the seat.Thanks for your concern Dave. Brooke
i like that tank and emblem. A heartfelt salute to your uncle and his crew.Thanks Carl that is mighty good of you. Hopefully your search will be successful. Since Rememberance Day is close am posting this photo of the Thruxton tank with RCAF emblem of the WW 2 era. My uncle , Pilot Officer L.M Brehaut and his crew rest in the english country side.