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  • 24-07-2009, 23:00
    57peppershaker
    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Y View Post
    I did my apprenticship at a main dealer 25 years ago (bloody hell!!!) and every year at shut down we had to go into the stores department and collect all the old parts left out by the parts manager, put a hammer through it all and put it in the skip....

    All the other apprentices could not work out why I volunteered to come in over shut down...

    Or how I could afford a nice shiney new Sierra Coswrth.....

    Happy days.

    P.
    Paul, did you trade it for the bad ass 56 ?
  • 24-07-2009, 21:48
    THE POP SHOP
    300E qtr light rubbers - 44.85 pair plus postage

    p.s.
    There's a garage in Swaffham that has shedloads of 70's Ford stuff, clutches brake pads etc etc
  • 24-07-2009, 11:15
    Paul Y
    I did my apprenticship at a main dealer 25 years ago (bloody hell!!!) and every year at shut down we had to go into the stores department and collect all the old parts left out by the parts manager, put a hammer through it all and put it in the skip....

    All the other apprentices could not work out why I volunteered to come in over shut down...

    Or how I could afford a nice shiney new Sierra Coswrth.....

    Happy days.

    P.
  • 24-07-2009, 10:26
    NoJive 55
    Bri, Nice Mk1,.....But only one exhaust
    Bet you only buy 5 at a time too....And just in case you forgot this is were you put the wet-stuff >>

    Bob.......
  • 24-07-2009, 09:59
    Roadrunna
    Bry, seeing as everyone else is asking can you see if they do any Mustang parts
  • 24-07-2009, 08:41
    kapri
    Back in about 80 ,ffter blowing the front tyre ,in the middle of Dartmoor, I got a suspended tow to a local garage and Urens place was next door.
  • 24-07-2009, 08:36
    Greengrocer
    Who d'ya think you are...Jeff Uren(anotheronefertheteenagers)
  • 24-07-2009, 08:30
    bigjob
    Yea.bought them all.Maiden voyage home last night-ran out of fuel:****er:
    BTW 17 clips =7,20 -could have bought a door for that back in the day !

    PS-It goes like a fukin lunatic !!
  • 24-07-2009, 08:25
    dutchrod
    took my opel C-coupe GTE for a ride few weeks back. the injection electronics failed in a small place im middle of nowhere (small village with 1100 ppl living there) spotted a small opel workshop. i asked the guy if he could help. he scratched his head, went into storage and came out with 4 brandnew controls, bought them right away of him for the price they where tagged, 20 euro each..... asked him for other old opel stuff. he came up with two diplomat front wings, diff lock for manta and 12 gasket kits for 2l cih opel engines. he also asked me if i had interest in a manta he had stored for years. looked at it, bought it straight away (original TE 2800, only few build with a 2.8l straight 6)
    pascal
  • 24-07-2009, 00:06
    Stitch
    Was the salesman there who sold you the Cortina new Bry ?
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