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Does anyone know SmokinWaffle? I've tried messaging him again but he's not been on-line since yesterday morning. I'll set a deadline of 5.30pm tonight then re-offer the last two numbers if I've not heard back by then.

 

If anyone wants to lay claim to two (possible) numbers please say so asap, thanks.

Ball bags - my sincerest apologies - had a bastard of a weekend which meant I barely got sleep let alone getting on a PC. Glad somebody won though - sorry for the hassle. Sad I didn't get a shot but it's my own fault!

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Ok then, time for a collection.

 

Bag packed, map consulted - that's further than I realised :(

 

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A short stroll along the canal to the station (the two chaps piloting the canal boat were having a great time, the two wifes sat in the deck looked totally fed up with their nonsense)

 

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Right, let's check the train times

 

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Bugger !

 

But then a really happy train appeared, things are going to be alright after all

 

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I got to Haymarket in time to catch the fast train

 

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which was fast but was missing the free wifi and phone charging points I was led to expect :(

 

still, it got me to Crewe where I changed onto a rattley old local train for local people (that i forgot to take a photo of) and was met at Chester station by Mr Cavcraft himself

 

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What a smashing guy, not content with giving me a free car, he'd provided me with a picnic for the journey home.

 

With the last volts of charge left in my phone, he snapped a quick woolard and I hit the road.

 

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With the phone on charge, I asked the satnav for a fuel stop and it took me to Runcorn ?!?

 

A full tank for £30

 

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And I booted it away up the road.

 

First impressions - it's a canny little car, suprisingly capable on the motorway and will maintain a decent speed once you give it time to get there. It's definitely got a bit of character, I think I like it.

 

Many thanks to Billy, it was great to meet you, I promise I will look after it :)

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I was telling my neighbour about my roffle success and he was rather amused by the concept

Gentlemen, welcome to Roffle Club.

The first rule of Roffle Club is: you do not talk about Roffle Club.

The second rule of Roffle Club is: you DO NOT talk about Roffle Club!

Third rule of Roffle Club: someone yells "stop!", goes limp, taps out, the Roffle is over.

Fourth rule: only one winner to a Roffle.

Fifth rule: one Roffle at a time,

Sixth rule: No shirts, no shoes No Woolarding

Seventh rule: Roffles will go on as long as they have to

And the eighth and final rule: if this is your first time at Roffle Club, you have to Roffle.

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I've had a few days off this week so started to tinker with the little pug.

 

Top priority was to get a decent stereo fitted, along with a 3 ball gear nob off JakeBullet

 

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Which highlighted the lack of rear speakers, so I channelled my inner teenager and built a parcel shelf

 

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I didn't have two matching speakers in the parts pile but they are the same size and similar spec, should do the trick

 

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Proper speaker carpet and everything, looks better than the flimsy one that I took out

 

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And fitted a dealer sticker (this one has been recycled onto five cars now)

 

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While I was fancying about with the boot in bits, I found the source of the water leak which was filling the spare wheel well.

 

Rear light clusters off, get busy with the silicon

 

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And now I have a nice dry boot :)

 

With Tayne due on Saturday to pick up the roffle A2, I called my insurers to see about swapping it over : £18 less but with a £26 admin fee = £8 to pay :(

 

Stil, that's it road legal now, I might even take it for a drive tomorrow :)

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