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My personal favourite "Doc is reeeeeealy offensive" quote is when someone gets on his bus and has a winge:

"This bus is late. Why weren't you here on time. The prices are too high. Whinge Whinge Whinge"

(I'll let Doc do the reply..)
this might be a signature

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Irate dumb punter wrote: "This bus is late.
No it isn't, it's an inanimate object and thus cannot have dead so cant be late.

OR:

No sh!t, have you seen the queues of traffis EVERY-BL**DY-WHERE you blind stegasaurus?

OR:

Yes, our bus service is crap, I recommend you buy a car.

OR:

Yes it is, and?

Another Whinging Pleb wrote:Why weren't you here on time.
Well I was feeling a bit hot, so I dapped home for a shower

OR:

I was at home baking cakes

OR:

I forgot to feed the neighbours rabbit so I had to pop out

OR:

I knew your pig ugly face would be here at this time today, so I purposley left eleventybillion hours late, just to pi$$ you off, do I win a prize?


Yet another toe sucking moron wrote:The prices are too high. Whinge Whinge Whinge"
Yes they are, I agree, it's much cheaper to run a car, so why dont you buy one and use that rather than ruining my day by hauling your morbidly obese ar$e onto my bus everyday?

OR:

We gota keep the shareholders happy, you gutter trash dont matter to anyone, you're unloved saps, live with it

OR:

In the extremley unlikely event that no-one murders you before you reach retirement then you get a free bus pass, so like the rest of these old carmudgeons that spend all bl**dy day riding round aimlessly on the bus for naff all, you too can wait for god stood at a bus stop waiting for a bus that if there's any justice wont turn up, and you'll die of old age waiting for it.

Yes, I actually do use all of these regularly!

As for the Sheerline, I understand theres very few left in any semblence of order, about 38 IIRC. I know where there is one, and I want it bad! It has the same engine as my ambulance!
Smokes lots, because enough's enough already!

Far too many BX's, a bus, an ambulance a few trucks, not enough time and never enough cash...

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docchevron1472 wrote:As for the Sheerline, I understand theres very few left in any semblence of order, about 38 IIRC. I know where there is one, and I want it bad! It has the same engine as my ambulance!
IMHO It is a beautiful machine from the photos i've seen.




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Yeah, they're lovely. The A135 Princess looked a bit too much like a Daimler for me, but the Sheerline was just sex on wheels, maybe oneday I'll have one..
Smokes lots, because enough's enough already!

Far too many BX's, a bus, an ambulance a few trucks, not enough time and never enough cash...

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docchevron1472 wrote:maybe oneday I'll have one..
Well Doc, I hope one day you do.
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'93 BX 19GTi Sedan 5M
'89 BX 19TRI Estate 5M
'89 AX GT(With EFI) 2door 5M
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'74 SM IE (Fully Restored) 5M
'90 BX 19TRI122 Sedan 4A
'02 Xantia Exclusive Sedan 4AA
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Theres one that lives in Clifton village, my dad knew the owner many years ago.
It looks awful, but it has looked the same way for long as I can remember, the guy uses it everyday.
I'll wait til he snuffs it and nab it! :wink:
Smokes lots, because enough's enough already!

Far too many BX's, a bus, an ambulance a few trucks, not enough time and never enough cash...

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docchevron1472 wrote:I'll wait til he snuffs it and nab it! :wink:
Ahhhh.....yes....patience is a virtue.
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'89 BX 19TRI Estate 5M
'89 AX GT(With EFI) 2door 5M
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'74 SM IE (Fully Restored) 5M
'90 BX 19TRI122 Sedan 4A
'02 Xantia Exclusive Sedan 4AA
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yeah, alas I'm the most inpatient person EVER, so I might help the old boy on his way! :lol:
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docchevron1472 wrote:yeah, alas I'm the most inpatient person EVER, so I might help the old boy on his way! :lol:
HAHAHA...arsenic sounds good.

Gentle "persuasion" can help the ageing process
My Cars:
'93 BX 19GTi Sedan 5M
'89 BX 19TRI Estate 5M
'89 AX GT(With EFI) 2door 5M
In the Family:
'74 SM IE (Fully Restored) 5M
'90 BX 19TRI122 Sedan 4A
'02 Xantia Exclusive Sedan 4AA
'06 C5 2.2HDi Estate 6A