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Small new project

Post by Abes on Tue Jul 23 2013, 19:06

Went to a small rally up at Durrington on Sunday and came back with this (saw it and felt sorry for it lol) now its all in bits but appears to be all there with the exception of the exhaust, now have no idea what goes where so if anyone out there has one or has had one and can be of any help that would be very much appreciated




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Re: Small new project

Post by Lewis MacRae on Tue Jul 23 2013, 19:16

Looks good, is it a genie?

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Re: Small new project

Post by Villiers on Tue Jul 23 2013, 19:17

One day I will find myself one of those that isn't a million miles away or a million quid!

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Re: Small new project

Post by Abes on Tue Jul 23 2013, 19:34

Hi Lewis I have no idea mate you tell me lol

Lewis MacRae wrote:Looks good, is it a genie?

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Re: Small new project

Post by Abes on Tue Jul 23 2013, 19:36

How about 20 quid mate was it a fair price as had no idea myself but was happy to pay it as it appears in excellent condition for a 1933 engine

Villiers wrote:One day I will find myself one of those that isn't a million miles away or a million quid!

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Re: Small new project

Post by Villiers on Tue Jul 23 2013, 19:45

If you paid 20 quid for that I'm well hacked off!

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Re: Small new project

Post by Abes on Tue Jul 23 2013, 19:54

Opps lol yer only 20 quid, done a search on internet but not much help so if you can point me to any helpful info would be very much appreciated

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Re: Small new project

Post by Ianhw77k on Tue Jul 30 2013, 20:48

I saw one of these go for over £200 a few months ago in my area, then last week one went for £39! I kicked myself for missing that!

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Re: Small new project

Post by Matth92 on Tue Jul 30 2013, 21:10

Abes wrote:Hi Lewis I have no idea mate you tell me lol

Lewis MacRae wrote:Looks good, is it a genie?

Try rubbing it! that's how you usually get the genie to comply!

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Re: Small new project

Post by Villiers on Tue Jul 30 2013, 21:21

[quote="Matth92"]
Try rubbing it! that's how you usually get the genie to comply![/quote]

Oh errr Misses!!!!affraid 

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Re: Small new project

Post by Lewis MacRae on Wed Jul 31 2013, 16:06

Matth92 wrote:
Abes wrote:Hi Lewis I have no idea mate you tell me lol

Lewis MacRae wrote:Looks good, is it a genie?

Try rubbing it! that's how you usually get the genie to comply!

Lol

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