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Old 10 February 2014, 03:41   #1641
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Thanks for the encouragement, there are things going on all the time you will find a way of meeting some of us, although it's a fairly large and spread out forum members list we are quite tight knit community, I'm going to Australia soon but still meeting a ribnetter. This project has brought a number of us even closer, as a cancer patient I have a vested interest in doing this but it humbles me when I see others stopping up time after time. Anyone to help with the tidying up this morning? LOL
Biff I'm in Sussex this morning but happy to swing by tomorrow morning to lend hand tidying.
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Old 10 February 2014, 03:45   #1642
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Likewise, cannot get over today, but I can get over tomorrow morning.
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Old 10 February 2014, 03:53   #1643
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Just joking Ian, I tidy myself so I know where the things are when I need them, not much left now, waiting for Daniel on Thursday now. Once Daniels done we can bolt the console down and fit the upholstery then run her up, sea trail, clean, job done, easy really ain't it. LOL
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Old 10 February 2014, 03:57   #1644
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Biff I'm in Sussex this morning but happy to swing by tomorrow morning to lend hand tidying.
Same as Ian's post old mate, got some of your upholstery fitted last night but the saddles will have to wait until Daniels done because they obscure the bolt to lock the console down
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sleep is for wimps, n old people like me keep up the good work Alex
Hmmm - so, am I a wimp, or old??
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Helen, as one of the few ladies on here, that really is rather naughty of you
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Loving the tow vehicle. Looks like a MF that is older than the ubiquitous 135's!!
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She's an international b275. I'll have to look on the log book but I think it's 1964
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Looking great ,,, sorry I missed every one Sunday was up at 5:30 seen the sights and headed home
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