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  1. https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/425393507103745/
  2. https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/803373507830334/
  3. This might be handy for a tenner, as well. https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/1148684802983383/
  4. It's in Darlington, it's a rotter but there might be a few bits worth having. https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/1350896535597048/
  5. Sheefag

    Bollocks

    He should be SHOT WITH SHIT.
  6. So I'm just walking down a street in Poland and... Little minter too. It was there when I went out this morning and still there tonight. Nice to see that they're finally starting to preserve cars like this,
  7. 1986 Honda prelude £650 Listed a week ago in Bordon About this vehicle Driven 123,456 km Manual transmission Exterior colour: Blue · Interior colour: Fuel type: Petrol Engine size: 1.8 L https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/profile/633349084/
  8. I have a Polish business partner and he recommended this clinic in his home city. It's a large family company with a training facility and they also manufacture dental tools. I go there for their orthodontic services rather than as a straight dentist, I'm having some long overdue reconstructive surgery. At age 16, I had a rather spectacular accident, impaled on a spiked metal fence. Entry between windpipe and chin, exit point via mouth. As you can imagine, things are a little bit custom as a result. Cost wise, I believe it's somewhere between a third to half the cost of similar in the UK but it's the actual expertise and care that attracted me in from the first consultation. I'm also very fortunate that my business partner has a good friend with a business looking after various Airbnb portfolios, so accommodation is free. Lots of snow on my last visit in early December, I'm hoping for better weather when I fly there this Sunday.
  9. I go to Poland, the service and care is excellent.
  10. Rear window demist radio aerials use a diplexer. It's a plain metal box with a 12v pos and neg going into it as well as an aerial socket going to the hrw and one forward to the radio. My Rover 820i had terrible radio reception. The diplexer was in tailgate and the constant slamming had broken two large copper coils off the board. I resoldered it and it then worked. It's worth taking a look underneath the rear shelf for the diplexer.
  11. They've got form apparently:- https://www.reviews.co.uk/company-reviews/store/servicing-stop https://forum.rac.co.uk/threads/15767-Servicing-stop-is-a-scam!!!!!!!!! https://www.sitejabber.com/reviews/servicingstop.co.uk
  12. Speaking as the forum Running Dog Capitalist, the obvious answer is to sell him a set of REV plates and your spare V5. He'll get one on the road and you'll be quids-in. You know it makes sense.
  13. A very reasonable £29.99, buys you a jigsaw of Sandra Sandri who played Marcus Tandy's nubile love interest, Pilar Moreno, dressed as Father Christmas by a swimming pool. Astonishing value, I'm sure you'll agree. https://www.mediastorehouse.com/jigsaw-puzzles/memory-lane-prints/mirror/0100to0199-00133/actress-sandra-sandri-television-programme-21493296.html
  14. Well, when it comes to poor decisions, look no further than Verity Lambert. She went from the groundbreaking Producers role in the Sweeney and ended up convincing the BBC to spunk shedloads on the awful and universally derided soap, Eldorado.
  15. You might if you got out a bit more. When Rev gets back, one imagines you'll be fighting 'em off with a shitty stick. As an aside, many found it mildly arousing when Madame Lutz and I re-enacted a scene from that wonderful classic film, 'Stand By Me'. A beautiful message I'm sure you'll agree.
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