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Post by stationary stu on Mon May 07 2012, 09:17

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seniorengineers Today at 10:03 am

.Hi guys,
I will be going upto northumberland round about the 12'th/13'th of may with my freelander to collect a trailor, so if any of you need something delivering or collecting en route send a message. david.

David hope you didn't mind but I've started a new thread for this.

Stu.

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Post by seniorengineers on Mon May 07 2012, 09:21

No probs stu, thanks david.

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Post by stationary stu on Mon May 07 2012, 09:26

Your welcome David, I think more members will see it now, in fact I'm thinking myself if I need anything moving.
Just a thought will the trailer be empty on the return journey?

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Re: Transport offered Devon / Northumberland

Post by seniorengineers on Mon May 07 2012, 09:36

Yes Stu,
It is a 10'x 6', flat bed with caged sides, upto about 2ton in my estimation, as was on ebay a couple of weeks ago in Stannington, Will be using it at my local rally, south molton vintage rally club for collection of rubbish and cardboard etc next month cheers david.

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