Wanna buy a chippy?

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Wanna buy a chippy?

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Just got this from AMS Auctions.

https://www.amsauctions.co.uk/
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Re: Wanna buy a chippy?

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Don't tell Davie... :wink:
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Gibbo2286 wrote: 21 Aug 2019, 17:00 Just got this from AMS Auctions.

https://www.amsauctions.co.uk/
Now if you had an older Xantia or 406 diesel you would have somewhere to dispose of the used chip fat :twisted:
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white exec wrote: 21 Aug 2019, 17:54 Don't tell Davie... :wink:
Who? Me? :rofl2:

It would maybe give me the kick up the butt needed to get gabby roadworthy again. I have been thinking about sending her over the bridge, but just cannot bring myself to do that.
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It is possible to run some wvo in DI engines. Not 100% though.