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    new website:

    A new website that's worth a visit!

    READ THE DANGED USER AGREEMENT AGAIN!@%^* NAMELY THE FIRST FRIGGIN' LINE!
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    Re: new website:

    Sorry webmaster, I didn't want to break the rules. The website I announced is a non-commercial, 100% personal owner's website. Ik only want to share my hobby with other Triumph fanatics.
    I even added your link to my website so my visitors can find their way to the britishcarforum...

    Renaat
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    Re: new website:

    Those are some nice photos, I especially liked the spit underneath the trailer.
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    Re: new website:

    Thanks,
    Unfortunately, in Belgium (as in Britain) the weather is often bad (very bad). I think we are the only country in the whole world that has so much rain as we have.
    Nevertheless, we try to drive "topless" as much as we can.

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    Re: new website:

    Renaat,
    Where in Belgium are you located? I've spent some time in Brussels and Maastricht.
    '71 TR6 in frame-off restore

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    Re: new website:

    Renaat,
    Very nice pictures, she's a beauty. Maybe you should post a line or two about yourself??

    Oh, and I looked at your weather too, it does rain a lot!!

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    Re: new website:

    Great looking Spitfire you have. My 1500, is the same ugly brown colour yours started life as. Love the picture of it under the trailer.
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    Re: new website:

    Great-looking little car! I had a '76 back in the UK, loved it!

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    Re: new website:

    Well, here we go: something about myself and my spitfire. First of all: it isn't my spit, it's ours (my girlfriend and I bought it together last year). We're in our early 30's and live in Assenede, a small village in Belgium (13,500 inhabitants). It's located between Brughes and Antwerp near the boarder with The Netherlands. We have eight cats (we had nine but one was overrun by a car a few weeks ago). Apart from driving (and restoring and maintaining) our spitfire I play saxophone (a Belgian invention!) in a band called Discos Dos Manos ( www.discosdosmanos.com ).
    And indeed, it does rain a lot in Belgium. Last month for example, we had 17 days of rain!

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    Re: new website:

    As a Spifire fan, I enjoyed your site. I've owned a '63 and a '78 Spitfire; they've all been important to me. I used them in all weather, summer and bitterly snowy/cold winter, and they proved to be great cars! I have an '80 TR-7 Spider now but I miss the nimbleness of my Spitfire. In fact, I almost bought a lovely white '78 Spitfire instead of the Spider!

    Best wishes,

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    Re: new website:

    Great looking car, nicely photographed, and I liked the cats!
    That weather map looks awful!
    Simon, also a 78 Spitfire driver.

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