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demag
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Post by demag »

Err, Tim Leech?
Dave.

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Post by toddao »

Tim has mutated a la Clark Kent into... ROVERMAN!!! Can leap off tall buildings etc.
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Post by stuart_hedges »

toddao wrote:Tim has mutated a la Clark Kent into... ROVERMAN!!! Can leap off tall buildings etc.
His only weakness: head gaskets.

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Post by mat_fenwick »

And hydraulic pipes? :wink:
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Post by Philip Chidlow »

Not to mention a certain glowing green mineral!

LHM of course..
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Post by Tim Leech »

Ey what? who. Wasnt me. :shock:
Lots of Motors, mostly semi broken....

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Post by demag »

Aaaaaaaah!

Sorry Tim must have been asleep when that happened. :roll:
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Post by Tim Leech »

demag wrote:Aaaaaaaah!

Sorry Tim must have been asleep when that happened. :roll:
Yes I was I was at work!
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mnde wrote:I noticed that Kitch's dad hasn't posted for a while (Baldbazza) - I trust he's well Kitch?

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Yeah he's good ta! He's probably a bit "too cool for school!" :lol:

He said last night he hasn't been on for ages. He sold the 156 and bought an Alfa GT and has spent more time playing around in that over the summer than the GT! Think it only came out once or twice, and what with the lack of pretty much anything the CCC does and the lack of events, not much happened. I never took mine to anything Citroen-related this year either.
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Post by Ian_Fearn »

I'm still around 'me old mate!

Been busy on household projects and the Range Rover. BX still features heavily in my life though :D
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Post by fourwheelsteer »

I feel as though I should post here as I've not logged in to the forum for ages.

I've still got my BX14, which just passed its MOT. Thinking of changing, when funds permit, but probably sticking with the double chevron. For some reason a valver or XM appeals.
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Now BX-less...

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Post by Oscar »

Aw Phil, I didn't know you cared :D

Just adjusting to life being a new dad, plus some health-related issues, plus extra responsibilities at work, so little time for BX stuff. Swampy only got washed once this year, just before we went on hols, (which betrays our lower middle-class roots) and I'm trying to muster the enthusiasm to change cambelt etc in the next few weeks.

But we're good, and Leo is a joy - big and lively and happy and smiley. Long may it last.
(Red BX 1.7TZD ("Well, it is a style icon" - Tom Sheppard)) "Was", Tom, "was"

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Post by docchevron »

How about AndersDK?
He aint posted for EVAH, not here, FCF, AF or anywhere else for that matter..

I cant imagine that the global credit crunch is bad enough to have prompted the Danes to shut the power off?
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Post by Way2go »

This seems to be a case for Sherlock as " one of our mods is missing"! :?
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Post by Jaba »

Anders disappeared for some time a few years back, when the BXclub.co.uk was just a twinkle in someone's eye.

He, of course, bounced back later as though nothing had happened. I remember at the time he went missing that AlanS posted some very positive things about him.

I saved Alan's post at the time but am unable to find it at present as I am still away from my home PC. If it turns up and Anders is still 'missing' then I will repost AlanS's comments to perhaps satisfy in absentia those members of the Anders fan club who, along with me, miss his input.
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