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Here's my attempt at taking some photos of the grot on the sills:






This is the worst looking bit on the outer sill:




Nearside - not as bad as the offside but will still need some tickling:






Back edge of the outer sill, bit bubbly:



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Glad it has a reprieve. I did think about this old beastie today, I was behind a J plate white dizzler one on the M25, I left, heading off at J21 towards St Albans. The 205 carried straight on. Looked like it hadn't seen a sponge for a few months and apart from a rash of the brown stuff on the nearside rear arch, it looked solid. 


I did wonder if it was someone from here but I spied no AS stickers. 


A huge 'cor' and 'thank you' to all of you lunatics who appear to have donated tickets my way for this fine vehicle. I can only express my thanks via this page. A shed load of virtual large Mixed Kebab from the local super Turkish is gifted to you all.


If she does venture my way then I will do my best by her. I'll just have to totally avoid the ULEZ areas in that there London. Meh!

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The lucky roffle monies are being hosted in my PayPal account.

The address is - ammond at hotmail.co.uk

We may even get some PMs fired out today, detailing amounts owed. Feel free to work it out yourselves and send the required money in the meantime.

Remember - £2 per ticket. Send money as GIFT. No mention of raffle please. Yes mention of username please.

Ta very much.

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Thanks everybody. I really am amazed at this place at times even though I know folk on here are 110% ace anyway.


Am going to have to remodel the vaguely empty garage again. Damn all that new shelving unit stuff.


There is a slim percentage that I might not be the roffle winner..... I needed to say that.


I do need to say that if I meet up with anyone of the gift rofflers then a massive sliced bacon sarnie and a pint of the cold stuff is totally on me. If any of you are in the locality then dinner a la Turkish is also on me. I'm a shit spanner twirler so this is the best way I could say thank you. Just in case :)

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