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General discusssion about other British cars that don't have their own forum (yet).

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    Re: Oddball British cars

    Kira,

    Yes... Peter is from Australia otherwise I wouldn't have asked the question in the first place, I think Peter Richardson? Anyway, someone down under who is heavily into Wolseley's including I believer a 1970's 18/85 model, I've been to his website before and seen his pictures.

    (since I keep hiding from people [img]graemlins/blush.gif[/img] , it's James)

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    Yep, that's my dad. He founded the Wolseley Car Club in Australia back in 1975, and I've always had the car bug myself...so I started collecting, although his are all roadworthy, and some of mine are restorers delights, or nightmares. [img]graemlins/lol.gif[/img] Unusual for a woman to be car nut maybe, but I'm very obsessed alas lacking funds to do them up.

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    Re: Oddball British cars

    Kira,

    It's a small world sometimes... Ask your dad about James Tworow, we've e-mailed back and forth a couple of times in the past, he might remember (or he might not too).

    And don't fret... there are a few girls around here on BCF, you're far from being the only one. [img]graemlins/thumbsup.gif[/img]

    As for running/fixing up old cars on lack of funds, join the club! 1969 Cortina about to be officially purchased, how much in the bank? Don't ask!

    There's also a private message for you...

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    Re: Oddball British cars

    Kira,

    Welcome aboard. Nice Wolseley, don't see those too often. Also I know how it is to have too many cars to fix and not nearly enough money.

    Cheers, [img]graemlins/thirsty.gif[/img] [img]graemlins/driving.gif[/img]
    Walter

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