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  1. Thread: New Car

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    Re: New Car

    Great little car! You will be very happy with it.
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    Re: Parts gathering for the S-3 Elan

    Paul Matty Sports Cars from my old stomping ground is a really good parts source, as well. Been Lotus dealers forever, and have an excellent reputation. In addition, the exchange rate of dollars to...
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    Re: London Taxi Owner 1965 FX4

    Welcome John! I rode in several FX4 cabs back in the day, fond memories!
  4. Thread: Ginger Baker

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    Re: Ginger Baker

    Ginger Baker was indeed a loose cannon. He was a tormented soul, had many issues, addiction being just one of them. That said, he was a genius, and is probably the greatest drummer, not just in rock,...
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    Re: Real heros don't wear capes

    She was recently honoured for her bravery. Well-deserved, too. Most people would not have done what she did.
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    Worrying News About BCF Member Judow...

    Hi all,

    I noticed this post from Judow's husband, Doug on Facebook this morning.

    "For the past 2 weeks Judy has been in the hospital with a bad heart. She had not been stable and the doctors...
  7. Thread: OH My!

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    Re: OH My!

    Simply gorgeous!
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    Re: because Norton. Yee Haw.

    I'd have the Commando in a heartbeat... My dad is responsible for the engine and transmission in that bike.
  9. Thread: Glad to be here

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    Re: Glad to be here

    That's a modern MG. Good cars, mid-engined and lots of fun... Early versions had issues with head gaskets, if I recall correctly, but modern gasket replacements seem to have sorted that problem. Old...
  10. Thread: Long lost Sprite

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    Re: Long lost Sprite

    Three-wiper setup was for the US market. All UK cars only ever used two wipers.
  11. Thread: Long lost Sprite

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    Re: Long lost Sprite

    I have some people in the UK looking into this. Not police channels, so no secret stuff just publicly-available and people-who-know-people... Stay tuned.
  12. Thread: Long lost Sprite

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    Re: Long lost Sprite

    From Google: I know people...
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  13. Thread: Long lost Sprite

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    Re: Long lost Sprite

    https://scontent-ort2-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/49680404_1452515201547949_3054243710536515584_n.jpg?_nc_cat=105&_nc_ht=scontent-ort2-1.xx&oh=85d99c1cb461b9ec1d1cb1269f01ccc0&oe=5CC5EAE2
  14. Thread: Long lost Sprite

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    Re: Long lost Sprite

    I'll do some digging.
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    Re: Excellent customer service

    And that, kids, is why Amazon is dominating retail. If retailers want to survive, they must fill a niche in the market or slay people with outstanding customer service. Ideally, both. This isn't hard...
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    Re: Dmiles. New member. Tr250 owner

    Welcome! You're going to like it here... Why not take a moment to stop in to the Triumph forum and introduce yourself and your TR250? You'll find that they are friendly bunch, and they absolutely...
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    Re: 2003 Discovery restoration story

    Quite a fun project you have going there. It's looking really good, I've heard that these are excellent vehicles but am cautious of the horror stories you hear about the reliability and repair...
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    Re: New sedan - what would you choose?

    Mazda6. The levels of equipment, technology and build quality are far in advance of the competition. You should be able to find a car in Touring trim level for your budget. For a little more, a Grand...
  19. Thread: Guy Motors LTD.

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    Re: Guy Motors LTD.

    Guy Motors were based in my hometown, Wolverhampton in the Midlands. Guy buses were a very common sight in that area when I was growing up. Wolverhampton was home to some pretty famous names, notably...
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    Re: What the company I worked for did in WW11

    Magnificent aircraft! Thanks for sharing that, I wasn't aware that such a weapon was fitted to the Mosquito. Devastating!
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    Re: Going for a little walk

    My wife's cousin is doing this walk this year... no idea when he's starting it. Never heard of it until we were in Ireland this past April and heard a discussion of religious pilgrimages on the car...
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    Re: Black Lightning Motorcycle Cafe

    Hate when that sort of thing happens.
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    Re: Nervous passenger

    Absolutely!
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    Re: Nervous passenger

    I go out on test drives with customers on a daily basis. Some are very good, some are perfectly competent, and some...
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    Re: 1 millionth post.

    Wonderful news! Congratulations, boss!
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