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A big thanks to David (seniorengineers)

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A big thanks to David (seniorengineers)

Post by stationary stu on Tue May 15 2012, 12:22

Thanks very much David for dragging my new caravan up north for my wife and myself we are very pleased with it and you did a great job and you were worth every penny.
Hope your new trailer was as good as you expected.

Thanks again,
Stu and Donna.


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Re: A big thanks to David (seniorengineers)

Post by mike d on Tue May 15 2012, 23:34

come on then mush were are the photos of it then...
inside and outside..come on get you finger out
we are all waiting to see what its like...lol..lol

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Re: A big thanks to David (seniorengineers)

Post by kevjhnsn on Wed May 16 2012, 02:46

mike
stu struggles to find his glasses ,
without forgeting what he was looking for
never mind finding the camera lol! lol!
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Re: A big thanks to David (seniorengineers)

Post by stationary stu on Wed May 16 2012, 10:50

Ok here's the pics to keep you happy Mike.











Dinning table makes in to bunk beds.



You can just see the seperate shower entrance on the left.





We are very happy with it and should do us for many years now. My other caravan needs fixed up and sold we couldn't sleep in it after the little ba5tards broke into and were sleeping in it, at least one got some where else to sleep, 6 months lock up in young offenders and the other hasn't been sentenced yet although he did plead guilty.

Stu


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Re: A big thanks to David (seniorengineers)

Post by matt86 on Wed May 16 2012, 17:09

all i can say that bathroom is flipping huge for a caravan ! verry nice stu , and bet it will do you and donna well .

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Re: A big thanks to David (seniorengineers)

Post by ian webb on Wed May 16 2012, 17:44

Very nice Stu, would like one like that myself, its a good job i told your transport David about this forum then lol or you could have been collecting yourself,
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Re: A big thanks to David (seniorengineers)

Post by JONESEY on Wed May 16 2012, 18:16

Very nice ,there's no reason now that you can't come and visit the boys in Dorset lol! lol! lol!
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Re: A big thanks to David (seniorengineers)

Post by stationary stu on Thu May 17 2012, 08:43

Thanks guys, I know it might seem big but it's not that big as some go but it's just the right size so we can move about abit easier and do things like showering etc not in a tight squeeze.
Jonesey I'd love to visit I'd wait till you went out and set up on your front lawn lol! lol! lol! The problem being it will take 3-4days to drive down and the same back so need to get alot of things sorted before we can spare as much time.

Stu.

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Re: A big thanks to David (seniorengineers)

Post by ian webb on Thu May 17 2012, 10:52

Stu, it would take three or for days to drive the length of his driveway, thats if you can get past the gatekeeper, its worse than getting into a rally, no pass no entry, lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol!
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Re: A big thanks to David (seniorengineers)

Post by stationary stu on Fri May 18 2012, 10:01

Ian that's why I said I'd park on his front lawn, let him find me easier then me having to wander round all them corridors looking for him, is he in the left wing today? lol! lol! lol!

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Re: A big thanks to David (seniorengineers)

Post by ian webb on Fri May 18 2012, 10:17

Its generally best to give him a ring when you close to getting there and he will normally let the gatekeeper know your coming and where to find him, can be quite a wait though if hes out on his land somewhere in the county of Dorset, as you know he likes to keep an eye on his workers,
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Re: A big thanks to David (seniorengineers)

Post by stationary stu on Fri May 18 2012, 10:23

Knowing my luck he be out sailing in his yacht when I turn up.

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Re: A big thanks to David (seniorengineers)

Post by seniorengineers on Wed May 23 2012, 23:40

Hi guys, stu nearly did'nt get it, I thought long and hard at heading southwest from swindon, not north Twisted Evil No But i relented and went north anyway, Besides i had a trailor to collect from stannington. Thanks anyway stu, it was a pleasure to collect for you, besides, the fee helped with my fuel as it would have been damn expensive with out some help. cheers David.

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