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    SportsAlfa.com Moderator tess's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2b1ask1 View Post
    Three things at a time Tess, seems to be the way of things so you should be clear for a bit!
    I bloody hope so newton...i will have to declare bankrupcy if one more thing happens lol

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    Morning all, for once nothing planned
    Andy


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    Morning.

    Sod it, taxed the Strad for one trip out in her today...£46 tax to the government please!

    Wish me luck on cold Pzeros


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    No need, you don’t drive fast enough to unstick anything from anything.
    Present: 3 series soot chucker, 3 series soot chucking estate, an old Audi, Colt Lancer, Vauxhall Chevette, some old Brit ragtop.

    Previous: Morris Minor, Vauxhall FE, Vauxhall Viva estate, Mitsubishi Lancer, Ford Sierra estate, Rover Montego DL estate, Citroen Xantia diesel, VW Golf diesel estate X 2, BMW 320D estate, 10 speed Eddie Mercx bike, Atco MP066 Mower, stout shoes.

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    Senior Member D Walker's Avatar
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    Quick 17 miles on bike, chuffing cold in the wind, just paid my tax bill, and assisted wife with her return,
    Upshot is no Sunday roast, bread and dripping for the foreseeable, lol.
    Clean the Golf next, at the polish place next to the pub!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CatmanV2 View Post
    Morning all. Just woke up after a nearly normal if late night's sleep. Sincerely hope that Mrs Catman is turning the corner. Still suspect I'll have to take her back tomorrow
    Can you still get a refund on her? That's pretty good. What will you get next?

    Morning, all. Newton - FFS, £3k. Jaysus! No wonder you'll be in the garage. I'd be making effigies of insurance companies and burning them.

    Tess, hello!

    Today I'll be loading up on coffee and off to explore Mexico City. It's not a part of the world I've ever felt a burning need to visit, but I'm here now so I should see what's an offer. According to the cabin crew on the flight out, a light mugging is a popular tourist passtime.
    2009 GTS MC-shift, with x-pipe. I never cease to be amazed by how much I like this car
    Fiat 500 twin-air, a fire-breathing beast
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    Past: A shitbox Ford Capri, an atrocious Ford Orion (a modern classic!), a Ford Escort, an annual train season ticket, a bus ticket, 1982 Peugeot 12-speed racing bike

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    Quote Originally Posted by Felonious Crud View Post
    Can you still get a refund on her? That's pretty good. What will you get next?

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    Not sure. I suppose I could ask the forum but then I'd end up with sartorial advice (ha!) and a discussion about 17th century double glazing techniques

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    Quote Originally Posted by CatmanV2 View Post
    Not sure. I suppose I could ask the forum but then I'd end up with sartorial advice (ha!) and a discussion about 17th century double glazing techniques

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    Look, there’s a squirrel? What’s that in my pocket? Hello.

    ADD, us? Never! Ghost Ship is a lovely beer.
    2009 GTS MC-shift, with x-pipe. I never cease to be amazed by how much I like this car
    Fiat 500 twin-air, a fire-breathing beast
    Hayter lawn mower, in dark verde ithica

    Past: A shitbox Ford Capri, an atrocious Ford Orion (a modern classic!), a Ford Escort, an annual train season ticket, a bus ticket, 1982 Peugeot 12-speed racing bike

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    Quote Originally Posted by Felonious Crud View Post
    Look, there’s a squirrel? What’s that in my pocket? Hello.

    ADD, us? Never! Ghost Ship is a lovely beer.
    The Flying Dutchman, you say? Personally I prefer Don Giovanni when it comes to Opera!
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    '07 Maserati GT (Grigio Palladio), 147 TS, Sprint 1.7

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    Quote Originally Posted by BennyD View Post
    No need, you don’t drive fast enough to unstick anything from anything.
    Hit nearly 140 on an airstrip running between Portsmouth and Fareham today!

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