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19 Years of Tin Snail - Back to normality

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Driving the Dyane should prove good enthusiasm and realism boost as to why you need to keep the tin snail and have it on the road.why anyone would have a continually changing fleet of soul less nails while a 2cv slowly moulders into the ground is beyond me!

The other point ius,if you sold it,with the obscene prices they now fetch,you would likely never own one again.

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I had to go and share the news. She fired second churn! Once the petrol finally came through...

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Definitely getting my A-Series Citroen kicks this morning. Dyane is running well, but pinking a bit, so after a brew, I'll be back out there reminding myself why 2CVs are better... (ie to access the points, the only bodywork removal that's needed is opening the bonnet rather than removing a stupid, plastic grille and then cursing the bodywork that's left getting in the way)

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Shhh, don't spoil his mojo!

 

This development makes me happy, partly because you'll be keeping Elly (and I wonder if deep down I'm comparing it to my own situation?) but also because of the generosity of your friends that want to make this happen :-D

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A few pints worth of pennies chipped in.

 

Dolly must stay and continue to be featured in your excellent videos.

Consider it a bit of crowdfunding for the whole Hubnut cause.

Thanks. To be honest, judging by the lovely messages I've received, that's one of the main motivators for people. A fiver or a tenner here really adds up. I must be closing in on £900 now. First video already prepared and waiting for upload!

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Love the sound of a 602.

Think I've had my Dyane for 22 years. It's now in need of TLC.

I've a new chassis, sills, floors and other goodies ready to go

but sadly no time to fit it all :(

If only I had a proper job and not self employed and doing bloody paperwork on Sundays...

Anyway, have a fiver.

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I loved how the bonnet flexed when you started it, POWER!!!!!!!!!

 

The bonnet also flexed when I sat in it. POWER OF MY ARSE.

 

Love the sound of a 602.

Think I've had my Dyane for 22 years. It's now in need of TLC.

I've a new chassis, sills, floors and other goodies ready to go

but sadly no time to fit it all :(

If only I had a proper job and not self employed and doing bloody paperwork on Sundays...

Anyway, have a fiver.

 

Seriously? After the speed you sorted that Panda, I'd've thought it'd be an afternoon's work! ;) And thanks. Much appreciated.

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