parts relay system

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Post by Gammy leg » 04 Sep 2008, 11:53

Malcolm,

Just the one, strong with just a splash of milk and a couple of sugars. It would be nice to work out some kind of flotation device to get it across the river otherwise it'll cost a couple of quid to ship it over the bridge.

Just let me know when and where and i'll gladly bring it down on the final leg of it's journey.
I would hope that it will fit in the back of a Mondeo hatchback but I'll take my roofbars just in case.

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Post by citronut » 04 Sep 2008, 12:58

ok thanks Gammy

but you now that M word should be censored on this fourum

kind regards malcolm

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Post by citronut » 04 Sep 2008, 12:59

ok thanks Gammy

but you now that M word should be censored on this fourum

kind regards malcolm

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Post by Gammy leg » 04 Sep 2008, 14:53

'but you now that M word should be censored on this fourum'

Milk??

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Post by CitroJim » 04 Sep 2008, 15:33

You will now observe, if you look closely, that the M word that caused Malcolm some concern has indeed been censored :lol:

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Post by Gammy leg » 04 Sep 2008, 16:30

Jim,

I shall adopt the correct terminology in all future posts relating to Non- Citroens. :D :D

Gammy

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Post by jgra1 » 04 Sep 2008, 16:50

Chaps I am really sorry !!!

I thought this post was something to do with parts for a relay van or something, so have completely ignored it...


:twisted: :oops:

i am happy to help.. could have saved a fortune for someone in france last week!

I am occasionally all the way to Newcastle (dad) and sometimes to be found on route to Taunton (mum)

I may have to go Exeter soonish too..

:)

will try and read back through post when I have some time..

Tun Wells is where I am to be found... well , near there..


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Post by jgra1 » 08 Sep 2008, 16:44

I have a possible part needed from Highgate :)

(non citroen though) :(

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Post by admiral51 » 14 Sep 2008, 20:22

Whilst i am still able to deliver parts some of which can be large as i have use of a lorry i am unable to deliver cars as previously stated this is due to the fact that the 2 beaver tail lorries we have the ramp angles are too steep even for the mighty Xantia on high setting to avoid bottoming out once the front gets on the lorry bed :cry: :cry: :cry:

This minor fact was discovered whilst trying to get my 1.9td to work to have some work done on its aux belt and rollers hence i needed to borrow a trailer my apologies for the earlier inaccurate offer of such a service :oops: :oops: :oops: :oops: :oops: :oops: :oops:

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Post by citronut » 15 Sep 2008, 08:00

oooooooh you indian giver you, HE HE HE

regards malcolm

ps.
has anyone got the technology to stick a map on her or usefull links, so anybody who whishes to join in can put there own marker/pin on it, this will aid us who are not very UK geographicaly minded in calclating any possible route for parts
regards malcolm

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Post by fatherjack2002 » 12 Nov 2008, 22:36

If you're still making up a location chart ? i'm in Lincoln, commuting to Nottingham, hopefully till January, that is if the job holds out, :( the building trade is on its knees , so every week worked is a bonus at present :(

Paul.......................

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Post by fatherjack2002 » 12 Nov 2008, 22:56

If you're still making up a location chart ? i'm in Lincoln, commuting to Nottingham, hopefully till January, that is if the job holds out, :( the building trade is on its knees , so every week worked is a bonus at present :(

Paul.......................

If you're still making up a location chart ? i'm in Lincoln, commuting to Nottingham, hopefully till January, that is if the job holds out, :( the building trade is on its knees , so every week worked is a bonus at present :(


Paul.......................

P.S. I forgot to add.
My parents are in Newcastle, and my kids in Edinburgh, so if anything needs picking up/dropping off between Lincoln & Edinburgh via the A1 i may be able to help, i've also got a set of roof bars for any bulky items.

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Post by UserError » 21 Nov 2008, 16:00

Hailsham, East Sussex
Jonathan

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Post by jgra1 » 21 Nov 2008, 16:05

Chaps if anyone can get an engine from Yorkshire down to Maidstone (or me , Tunbrdige wells) there £50 for you :) would need to be within a week or so from now..

will know more Sunday eve

John

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Post by CitroJim » 21 Nov 2008, 18:07

John,

I have a door to run down to Malcolm in St. Leonards very soon and that means I'll be passing your door, practically :D

So, if anyone can get said engine to near me, then the job's a good 'un. The engine can travel down with me.

My visa for Yorkshire has expired. It was revoked when I applied for my Geordie one :lol: