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Graham C

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  • Birthday November 19

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    Spitfire, GT6, beer, wine, food, Classic planes,

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  1. I believe in Nottinghamshire when getting to the end of a session and doses are unused they notify the emergency services and asked them if they are anyone one who is wanting a a vaccination. Late at night yo have the police, etc queuing up. Sounds good to me and protect these important people who help the community, not sure if this happens elsewhere. Graham
  2. Now the PO knows where that odd screw should have gone that was left over at the end of the job. Graham
  3. In addition it would have been mono and the speaker was located of the passenger side shelf. The speaker would have been supported on black card the same as the shelf. Also when driving you could hardly hear it. Graham
  4. Scrapman Subtle humour. Considering most topics are about paint, oil, diesel, petrol, self harm and loads of red wine, you actually lucky if someone reads the post. Graham
  5. No one has mentioned Park Lane classic, always my port of call. Graham
  6. I can remember that type of chart being on my father's garage wall in the 60/70s for a Vauxhall vx 4/90, also a Vauxhall Victor 2000. Happy memories Graham
  7. So a council has spent £70000 for road to no way, for cars which can't deal with an acceptable live stock control. So the car manufacturers get a profit for selling something not for fit purpose and the public pay for it. On a similar matter, in Nottinghamshire we have houses built in a quarry, we have land slides of the cliff edges, guess what it is the council now who have the responsibility to monitor the Cliffs and guess who will pay for any corrective action. We have incorrect insulation on buildings, developers have made their profit and companies charge for maintaining these buildings, but the public will pay for the removal of incorrect material. Get your profit and run to the hill, don't worry some one else picks up the bill. Graham
  8. I have just read a story that Somerset council has had to spend £70,000 to alter a cattle grid so cars with sensors can cross it. It appears these cars suddenly apply their brakes as it thought it was a wall. Some cars have left the road. Cattle grids have been around for years but no car makers do not pay, the council does to allow their cars drive over a grid. Graham
  9. Alberto, you have two very nice cars. Graham
  10. Do you not know the other people rights are higher than yours, so you must expect to give way to others at all time. To question these people is just so wrong. Graham
  11. Roger, you are correct it is your car and it would not bother me what you have done. I just find it amusing people are introducing gas strut to lift bonnets and boots, just my opinion. As Kevin say these struts can cause other issues and stresses. Have you alltered the angle that the strut sits in when the boot is open that causes the flexing? Graham
  12. I will start this thread. Happy New year everyone. Hopefully we can all meet up this year. Graham
  13. I agree Simon bbc electronic ignition are good, and I have not had any problems, have two one on Spitfire Lucas and another GT6 Delco. Good price as well Graham
  14. Is that another Web site that rivals Doug's one.
  15. Indemnity insurance, do not start on that one. We have a 170 mm wide by 1 m long strip of foundation on the neighbours property, in 2003 we followed the party wall act 1997 and got a letter from the neighbour giving us approval for this. Accepted by the council alongside the plans. You guess it not good enough for the solicitor now, I need insurance and also a statement of truth from another solicitor saying this is not a problem. I do not expect any change from £400 plus. Stupid thing is the fence post on the boundary have bigger foundations on the neighbours land. In the past had insurance to cover a bad lease, solicitor try to explain why I needed it, I still did not understand it and It seems I could not claim for anything but needed it. Solicitor admitted he had never heard of anyone claiming on it. With the pecking order of solicitors yes I have heard the same opinion from a criminal practising solicitor what he thought of conveyancing solicitors. An interesting thought, indemnity insurance runs at approx £200 for 20 years, so really this does mean the insurance companies consider this a very low risk by nature, hence this must mean it is simple at## covering by solicitors. Graham
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