BX-er of the Month - Cacaolat

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BX-er of the Month - Cacaolat

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Guys

I'd like to nominate Cacaolat (Gregor) as BX-er of the Month.

On Sunday, on my way to the BX meet in Essex, my alternator failed.

Then my wife started phoning to say that her food poisoning was getting worse.

Cacaolat immediately offered me a lift home, going 60 miles out his way to drop me to my door.

In my opinion, this goes well beyond any expectations of mutual help from a car club and is deserves our recognition.

Many many thanks Gregor.

Oscar

The car is still in the pub carpark in Essex, btw.
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Re: BX-er of the Month - Cacaolat

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Oscar wrote:I'd like to nominate Cacaolat (Gregor) as BX-er of the Month. Many many thanks Gregor.
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Oh...thank you ! very much
that was the least I could do to a man, wanting to be with his wife in distress ! no award necessary ...
Hope you can sort out the car on saturday.
former BX 16 TGS Meteor Auto owner. No space or time to do own repairs. My BX is now owned by another member of this forum.