The FCF International Couriers plc.

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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Post by xmexclusive » 25 Jan 2012, 10:08

Front seats stack much better if they are run out flat.
Then they take up no more room than the rear seats.
Once Paul says this arrangement is ok then I will sort out dry storage then contact Toby to collect.

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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Post by Stekelly » 25 Jan 2012, 13:01

Yeah I was actually half thinking of maybe tryign the 2 front seats out flat on the roof too, wrapped in bin liners or somethign like that. I just dont know how rigid the ferry peopel are with just turning up with stuff on the roof.

The Scenic anyway will have one of the seats removed I would say so if the 2 front seats are laid out flat they may fit on their side that way.

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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Post by Harlequin » 10 Mar 2012, 21:39

i dont suppose theres anyone heading south(ish) and oing nea MK or st albans in the near future?

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Post by addo » 18 Mar 2012, 09:08

What about Epsom to Kent?

Eyeballing a Xantia slam panel in Epsom and it would need careful transporting to Edenbridge or thereabouts.

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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Post by KP » 25 Mar 2012, 10:32

A week today give or take im heading across the water by the looks of it, and a few days later heading back.

My route will be south yorks, liverpool, dublin, belfast.

I know shipping of large items across the water isnt cheap so if people have some big things to ship as i'll be in the FFRR all alone let me know and i'm sure we can come to some arrangement for a fee for it to cover any extra fuel.
I'll have a few tubs of fuel to get me back as well but they won't be taking up much room and i dont mind putting seats in the back down if needed as my bag can sit in the front with me :)

I'll have this posted up in a few other places but first come first served as they say :)

Drop me a PM if you want more info.

Route will be something like this below,
Thorne => Liverpool
Dublin => Belfast

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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Post by citronut » 06 Apr 2012, 10:44

im still trying to have a pair of XANT doors relayed from NR6 5 area towards the bottom of the A21 TN37 7 direction anyone,

PREITY PLEASE [-o< [-o< [-o< :wink:

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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Post by CitroJim » 06 Apr 2012, 12:11

citronut wrote:im still trying to have a pair of XANT doors relayed from NR6 5 area towards the bottom of the A21 TN37 7 direction anyone,

PREITY PLEASE [-o< [-o< [-o< :wink:

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How many years have you been waiting for these now Malcolm?


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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Post by citronut » 06 Apr 2012, 22:47

well they have moved a little from the original house to young Dave's house,

and my courier friend has not had any jobs that direction for quite some time,

regards malcolm

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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Post by Northern_Mike » 06 Apr 2012, 23:08

S'only 168 miles, I'd have just driven up and got the doors!

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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Post by Napoleon » 11 Apr 2012, 21:48

Never done anything like this before, so bear with me.

I need a spare wheel and tyre with brace and jack taken from Crowborough in Sussex to Bristol.

Anyone able to help? Please get in touch.

Cheers

Tim

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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Post by myglaren » 11 Apr 2012, 21:52

With the X rally at the weekend as a staging post you could well be lucky Tim.

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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Post by Napoleon » 13 Apr 2012, 18:04

I prolly won't be posting much after tonight, as we are leaving here in the morning for the Grand Tour of the Midland's finest roadside caravan burger bars before getting to Stamford in the late pm prior to the X Rally, so if anyone wants anything bringing back to the SW from that area, let me know tonight please.

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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Post by KP » 02 May 2012, 17:18

Anyone at Norwich able to pickup 4 tyres for me at all and wrap them in cling film(individually) so I could organise a pickup for ten by a courier between 9-6 on a weekday please??

Will recompense for any costs involved but will need to put back seats of a xantia hatch down as thy are big 255/50/20*4 tyres :-) no wheels mind so not heavy!!!

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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Post by citronut » 10 Jul 2013, 08:32

anyone going to the CCC National rally from Sheffield direction ( S20 7NQ ), who could kindlrelay 2 5lt cans of citro blood to the rally for me

Keith ( Hirsty ) lives about 3 miles from either J31 or J30 and can meet at the motorway, if he's about,

whoever steps forward i cam pm you Keith's mob phone No.

much ass grassy ass

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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Post by citronut » 01 Nov 2013, 11:24

i just thought i would my feather duster on the FCF International Courier plc

is anyone likely to be travelling anywhere from Preston and towards East Sussex,

as i have acquired some boxes of old Citroen manuals

thanks for your help in advance

much ass grassy ass

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malcolm