When we tied up at Stoke Bruerne a few days ago we saw that we were directly opposite another Jubilee, although its owner popped his head out to say that we were, in fact, the "other" Jubilee, as his boat was the original, having been built, if I have this right, in 1927 by Yarwood's of Northwich.
Back to today, and I replaced the points on my 1969 Volvo Amazon. This is the old set, with extremely worn contacts.
Some of you might be wondering what these mysterious point things are. Diesel engines don't have them, neither do modern cars. Even our "new" Volvo, 1987 vintage, has breakerless ignition.