The good morning thread

D Walker

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Morning all, work for me today, as was yesterday. Home next Friday though. Still in discussion around whether I stay or not.
Let’s see what tomorrow brings, I’ve put another scenario on table. I think it’s the final one, if they don’t agree I’ll make 30 Aug my last day which should give plenty of prep time for Italy trip.
Have a good Sunday,
Dave
 

Andyk

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What a brilliant day at Qualifying yesterday. The DHL hospitality package was better than I thought it would be. Didn't spend a penny all day. Highlight was the paddock walk where got to meet some celebrities...Brilliant talk by head of McLaren racings Zak Brown. It was serial walking down the paddock chatting to Johnny Herbert about when he drove in the Italian Touring car championship driving a Maserati QP. He is a true gent. Champions Club is a very nice place to view the GP.....Thank you DHL..
 

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Blox

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Looks like a fab day Andy !
I’m at Birmingham Airport with the family heading on hols. Missing the cricket final, the F1 and the tennis final too. **** poor planning...!
 

philw696

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Good Morning Gents.
What a Great Day Andy and have a nice family holiday Ian.
Another scorcher to be had here in France so out and about exploring it will be.
 

CatmanV2

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Good for you, Andy! Well deserved, I'm sure!

Training this morning then some stuff that needs doing.

Have a good one all

C
 

mjheathcote

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Local classic car show this afternoon.
Giving the Stag a rest and taking the Maser.
Being having a problem with fuel vapourisation in the Stag resently that has been rather embarrassing, and I believe it could be the increase in the amount of ethanol in fuel lowering the boiling point. Having a big four barrel carb sat in the middle of a V8 is not the best position to minimise the heat!
 

Crofty

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Morning all,
Little trip to sunny Cornwall this morning to collect a new rear beam for my 205. Then I think I’ll wash the alfa...looking very sorry for itself after I extracted it from Goodwood carpark last Sunday. 4D94DD8F-19E4-48FA-AEF8-794921DE49E3.jpegThen hopefully will find time to watch England win the World Cup.
Matt hope you have some Knee pads, trust me...look after your knees!
 

conaero

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Morning all,
Little trip to sunny Cornwall this morning to collect a new rear beam for my 205. Then I think I’ll wash the alfa...looking very sorry for itself after I extracted it from Goodwood carpark last Sunday. View attachment 58300Then hopefully will find time to watch England win the World Cup.
Matt hope you have some Knee pads, trust me...look after your knees!
It’s a b*d of a job. I have a kneel pad yes.
 

Andyk

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I'm posting this with a heavy heart...

As much as I love my cars and collecting them, it takes up too much of my time and I am struggling to keep up with the everyday basics such as cleaning and maintaining my home, so something has to give. I will be getting rid of my collection.

Below is a list of what's available. Serious inquiries only please and don't insult me with your offers.

Thanks for reading and understanding...

1. Dustpan and brush

2. Sponges

3. Dusters

4. Mop and bucket

5. Window cleaner

6. Vacuum

7. Dish-washing liquid

8. Laundry detergent

9. Fabric softener

10. Laundry baskets

11. Toilet brush

12. Cleaning sprays

13. Scrubbing brushes
 

2b1ask1

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I'm posting this with a heavy heart...

As much as I love my cars and collecting them, it takes up too much of my time and I am struggling to keep up with the everyday basics such as cleaning and maintaining my home, so something has to give. I will be getting rid of my collection.

Below is a list of what's available. Serious inquiries only please and don't insult me with your offers.

Thanks for reading and understanding...

1. Dustpan and brush

2. Sponges

3. Dusters

4. Mop and bucket

5. Window cleaner

6. Vacuum

7. Dish-washing liquid

8. Laundry detergent

9. Fabric softener

10. Laundry baskets

11. Toilet brush

12. Cleaning sprays

13. Scrubbing brushes
Andy go for a trade in mate or try WBAW.com (We Buy Any Wife) advertizing on Al jazzera TV; they may only offer you a small amount but it means you can go back into the market with cash...
 

zagatoes30

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I'm posting this with a heavy heart...

As much as I love my cars and collecting them, it takes up too much of my time and I am struggling to keep up with the everyday basics such as cleaning and maintaining my home, so something has to give. I will be getting rid of my collection.

Below is a list of what's available. Serious inquiries only please and don't insult me with your offers.

Thanks for reading and understanding...

1. Dustpan and brush

2. Sponges

3. Dusters

4. Mop and bucket

5. Window cleaner

6. Vacuum

7. Dish-washing liquid

8. Laundry detergent

9. Fabric softener

10. Laundry baskets

11. Toilet brush

12. Cleaning sprays

13. Scrubbing brushes
House cleaning is over-rated so you have made the right choice
 

2b1ask1

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Morning all, saffron Walden Inspection, Market Harborough for a funeral and later a maintenance in Leicester before heading up to Buxton.

Have fun all...