So, who have you met so far?

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OwenS wrote:
BX Bandit wrote: And Mr Owens..........where was your BX sire? Great to put a face to the name mate and hope to see you at Stratford too!!
Haha!! I know I let the side down a bit!! Convoy of 4 BX's, C4...and a Ford Ka....which is why I parked over the other side of the pub car park...the shame!! :oops: :lol:

After today I've pretty much decided that Ford motoring is not for me so im returning to Citroen!!

It was great to meet all you guys today and I'll do my best to be all sphere'd up for Stratford!!
Can I interest you in a black ph2 16v? :twisted:
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P.S., cheers for the beer bandit, too kind, I'm busy adding to the emoty bottle pile as I type!
Good lad! My pleasure matey...thanks for the rad....time permitting I'll fit it in today.. :lol:
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Kitch wrote:
Can I interest you in a black ph2 16v? :twisted:
I can just imagine how popular I wouldn't be if i returned home with another bx :lol: :lol: :lol:
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You couldn't be any worse off then if you brought a Ford Ka home :P
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How about a nice 14E leader with 12 months mot?

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It passed???

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Kitch wrote:You couldn't be any worse off then if you brought a Ford Ka home :P
My family were relieved as they hate hydraulic Citroens..lol
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tim leech wrote:How about a nice 14E leader with 12 months mot?
Very tempting!! I do like it alot!!
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14E Leader's not hydraulic then? Christ they must be basic!
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Lol its hydraulic, no electrics or power steering, Doc it failed its MOT on a in/op horn and a brake flexi which is being done thursday. Cost of about £30 plus £25 for the MOT. £60.50 for the tax so for alot less than £200 im a happy bunny! :D

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Yeah, sorry mate, I read this post before seeing the other one! Not too bad at all..... you must be as chuffed as a chuffed thing on Valium!

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:D :D

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Happy to report I can add Mr B (and wife) to my list of people I`ve met so far.
Nice to have met you mate (and your wife), trust the recipient of the Micra was happy? :D
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I think I can keep my list short & sweet:

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I`m getting good at this now! Just had the (all too brief) pleasure of meeting Leroy, aka BCXM, and he`s a top fella. Leroy, sorry I couldn`t stop, hope you got back ok (undoubtably you won`t be reading this until the wee small hours) and I`ll pm you when I get the chance as I`m on the way out again now.
Great to have met you mate, hope your journey back wasn`t too arduous!
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