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I originally bought tickets for this because Skattrd wanted it and I have better luck with roffles than he does but with him being mega busy with new house stuff / work and me potentially loosing my workshop and parking spaces very soon, I find that I will have nowhere to keep it, so it must go asap. All the details for it can be found on the Rob T's original thread http://autoshite.com/topic/26674-camembert-flavoured-safrane-%C2%A36-a-ticket-updated-list-page-7/page-1

Only update worth mentioning is that it did burst a water hose last weekend, it wasn't getting hot so god knows why but I've repaired it, test driven it and it seems to be fine.

Here it is when I got it home

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and here it is being repaired

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£2.50 a ticket will just about cover my costs on this, so roll up for this fine Gallic shite and one of you lucky buggers can waft your way home in it. Or if someone wants to chuck me £150 for it, it's yours.

1. -95 quid peugeot
2. -holbeck
3. -SiC
4. -blakey79
g5. -Rob T
6. -bramz7
7. -FOAD
8. -95 quid peugeot
9. -theorganist
10. -Insideimsmiling
11. -
SiC
12. -rantingYoof
13. -The Moog
14. -Barefoot
15. -Flat4
16. -eddyramrod
17. -Drum
18. -wuvvum
19. -Brodders
20. -phil_lihp
21. -Heidel_Kakao

22. -95 quid peugeot
23. -alcyonecorporation
24. -
95 quid peugeot
25. -Mr Bo11ox
26. -SiC
27. -phil_lihp
28. -theorganist
29. -Rob T
30. -Drum
31. -bramz7
32. -Brodders
33. -SiC
34. -Insideimsmiling
35. -
95 quid peugeot
36. -Flat4
37. -Angry Sheep
38. -rantingyoof
39. -Rob T
40. -bramz7
41. -holbeck
42. -RichardK
43. -SiC
44. -blakey79
45. -FOAD
46. -theorganist
47. -barefoot
48. -worldofceri
49. -95 quid peugeot
50. -wuvvum
51. -blakey79
52. -Brodders
53. -phil_lihp
54. -Talbot
55. -SiC
56. -Mr Bo11ox
57. -theorganist

59. -eddyramrod

Oh yeah, forgot to add it's mot'ed till the 9th of next month, taxed to get ya home and located in Wells next the Sea, North Norfolk.

Can meet at Kings Lynn or Sheringham station if needed.

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How difficult are you to reach by train?

 

Regardless of that, two randoms please.

 

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You get a run on the delightful bittern line, and can mix in a bit of preserved railway if you fancy it too.

 

I don't even locomotive, but it's a wonderful part of the world.

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Bad news on the potential workshop loss. What are the chances of finding another place nearby?

 

Assuming I can pay otherwise than by Paypal, I'll take a couple of randoms please.

 

I'm going to start looking for another place after this week, once I find out if it's certain, I bloody hope it isn't but best to start preparing. If it doesn't happen at least I'll have had a good clear out.

 

I'm happy to do bank transfers if peeps don't have paypal.

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How difficult are you to reach by train?

 

Regardless of that, two randoms please.

 

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Nearest station is Sheringham and I can meet the winner there or Kings Lynn could be done albeit a little more difficult.

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Only one? pah, where's your sense of adventure?

You bunch of complete bastards - I am obliged to take a second random.

 

Can someone please ensure that neither of my complete randoms are 48,

like what my random is in the Merc raffle,

Because there is potential for my life to rapidly become uttershite.

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You bunch of complete bastards - I am obliged to take a second random.

 

Can someone please ensure that neither of my complete randoms are 48,

like what my random is in the Merc raffle,

Because there is potential for my life to rapidly become uttershite.

 

That was so tempting to give you no48 but I just couldn't do it.

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Train cost £73 and takes 6hrs 20m (four changes involving going to London Liverpool Street).

 

We also have commitments week beginning Sept 11th.

 

 

 

 

Excellent. It seems highly likely I'll win.

 

6hrs 20min? Where the hell are you coming from?

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I think I'll have to offer Kings Lynn as a potential meeting point, That should dramatically shorten journey times. I forgot how much of a pain is it to get here on public transport.

 

Although the coasthopper bus goes from Kings Lynn to Wells next the Sea every hour during the day, it takes about 1hr 15mins iirc and takes in some beautiful bits of the coastline.

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Don't put yourself out too much to compensate for the excellent service provided by our railway network. It's also my choice to partake.

 

For science, here to Kings Lynn is just under five hours and involves replacement buses. It's quicker to go to London and across to Kings Cross!

 

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The other options provided by the rail site offer a train to Peterborough and a two hour bus ride to Norwich.

There's a direct train from Peatboghorror to Norwich pretty much every hour on weekdays.  There's replacement buses at the moment but that's only because a freight train has fallen off the track and it's taking them a while to put it back on.

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