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Peugeot 205 1.4 - Roffle - Saturday 12th Jan draw

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3: Aldo135

4: They_all_do_that_sir

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This is exactly the sort of car I was thinking of getting after the laguna. A nice little petrol for a 50 mile round trip every day with just me inside.

 

Then I get a diesel estate... Fail

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Actually make that 4 randoms and by my counting that is them all gone

 

Agreed, all gone! Cheers folks.

 

1: 2MB

2: Braddon81

3: Aldo135

4: They_all_do_that_sir

5: sporty-shite

6: Loserone

7: 2MB

8: djoptix

9: Skattrd

10: Shite Knight

11: Bucketeer

12: Tamworthbay

13: Aldo135

14: Yes Oui Si

15: DavieMc2006

16: paulscavalier

17: Jim Bell

18: DavieMc2006

19: paulscavalier

20: The Moog

21: paulscavalier

22: sporty-shite

23: Shite Knight

24: Braddon81

25: Maurice Marina

26: Carlosfandango

27: SRi05

28: Dayno

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30: Rainagain

31: Beko1987

32: djoptix

33: DavieMc2006

34: Skattrd

35: The Moog

36: w00dy

37: BorniteIdentity

38: BrownNova

39: Maurice Marina

40: JJ0063

41: Skattrd

42:Mr Laurence

43:djoptix

44: Yes Oui Si

45: Faker

46: Bangernomics

47: paulscavalier

48: BrownNova

49: DavieMc2006

50: Carlosfandango

51: SRi05

52: paulscavalier

53: w00dy

54: They_all_do_that_sir

55: Cobblers

56: Cobblers

57: Cobblers

58: Cobblers

59: Cobblers

 

I'll send out payment details later today hopefully - might go for the Saturday draw all being well.

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I think all PM's are sent, my laptop had a meltdown when sending so shout out if you havent got a PM and should have one.

 

If all payments are in on time for it we'll go for this Saturdays draw.

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I got 3 messages asking for payment, but i have only paid once yohoho

 

Sent from my SM-T585 using Tapatalk

 

That'll be when it crashed and I was hitting refresh like an idiot - ta for payment

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