CCC Northern Rally 20th – 22nd May 2011 Wetherby Racecourse

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Post by DHallworth » 13 May 2011, 21:38

Citroenmad wrote:
DHallworth wrote:I'll be there on Saturday and Sunday.

Driving down Saturday morning, staying over night and coming home on Sunday afternoon.

David.
What car are you brining David?
I'm having an operation on my wrist on Wednesday so am only really able to drive the Series 2 V6 that I got from Malaysia.

It'll be spotless (as long as it's dry on the way down!) and wearing it's V6 XME plate.

David.

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Post by Citroenmad » 13 May 2011, 21:43

DHallworth wrote:
Citroenmad wrote:
DHallworth wrote:I'll be there on Saturday and Sunday.

Driving down Saturday morning, staying over night and coming home on Sunday afternoon.

David.
What car are you brining David?
I'm having an operation on my wrist on Wednesday so am only really able to drive the Series 2 V6 that I got from Malaysia.

It'll be spotless (as long as it's dry on the way down!) and wearing it's V6 XME plate.

David.
You make that sound like a bad thing :lol:

I look forward to seeing it :)

As it looks unlikely that I will be there for Sunday, ill be in the Activa on Saturday and my dad probably in the C15 or XM. He will be there on Sunday in the 6H.

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Post by DHallworth » 13 May 2011, 21:47

Citroenmad wrote:
DHallworth wrote:
Citroenmad wrote: What car are you brining David?
I'm having an operation on my wrist on Wednesday so am only really able to drive the Series 2 V6 that I got from Malaysia.

It'll be spotless (as long as it's dry on the way down!) and wearing it's V6 XME plate.

David.
You make that sound like a bad thing :lol:

I look forward to seeing it :)

As it looks unlikely that I will be there for Sunday, ill be in the Activa on Saturday and my dad probably in the C15 or XM. He will be there on Sunday in the 6H.
It's not a bad thing but up until last week it had only done 89 miles in the last 12 months!

I've had my Series 1 24v since November but have only been able to drive it once.

David.

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Post by tim leech » 15 May 2011, 21:12

Less than a week to go chaps, make sure you give them Xantias and Xm's a good polish the day before! 8-)

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Post by DHallworth » 15 May 2011, 21:33

tim leech wrote:Less than a week to go chaps, make sure you give them Xantias and Xm's a good polish the day before! 8-)
I'm gonna be out of play at the end of the week after hospital on Wednesday so I've spent 4 hours doing mine today.

Washed the car and then dried it, polished the bodywork, each wheel individually and then every pane of glass inside and out.

Now so that it doesn't get dusty in the shed before Sunday it's got the cover that I bought from Citroenmad over it. :D

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Post by tim leech » 15 May 2011, 21:39

DHallworth wrote:
tim leech wrote:Less than a week to go chaps, make sure you give them Xantias and Xm's a good polish the day before! 8-)
I'm gonna be out of play at the end of the week after hospital on Wednesday so I've spent 4 hours doing mine today.

Washed the car and then dried it, polished the bodywork, each wheel individually and then every pane of glass inside and out.

Now so that it doesn't get dusty in the shed before Sunday it's got the cover that I bought from Citroenmad over it. :D

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David.
GARAGE p**n!!!!

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Post by DHallworth » 15 May 2011, 21:56

tim leech wrote:
GARAGE brainless crap!!!!
eh?

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Post by citroenxm » 15 May 2011, 22:01

Mmmmm im curious too.. I cant see any crap there from here!!

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Post by myglaren » 15 May 2011, 22:39

It is the word censor working it's magic on your posts. :D

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Post by addo » 15 May 2011, 22:55

Paul - the censored word is spelt pee-oh-are-en.

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Post by myglaren » 15 May 2011, 22:59

addo wrote:Paul - the censored word is spelt pee-oh-are-en.
Shhhhhh! :shock:

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Post by Xaccers » 15 May 2011, 23:04

Garage pr0n

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Post by addo » 15 May 2011, 23:05

OK then, what is the English liking for pickled eggs about?

As a near-vegan it (egg) is not on my radar, but these products puzzle me. Does the pickling go right through, or just flavour the outer "flesh"?

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Post by myglaren » 15 May 2011, 23:07

addo wrote:OK then, what is the English liking for pickled eggs about?

As a near-vegan it (egg) is not on my radar, but these products puzzle me. Does the pickling go right through, or just flavour the outer "flesh"?
Never plucked up enough courage to try them.
As with Black Pudding, Haggis, Tripe and Jellied Eels.

:vomit1:

Never tried surströmming either.

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Post by Xaccers » 15 May 2011, 23:23

Black pudding is ok, Irish Black pudding is better, I prefer white pudding though. Danielle has Irish and Northern roots so loves it.
Haggis is delicious and I can highly recomend it.
Tripe we used to feed the dog. It gave him wind.
Pickled eggs are ok.