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Irish rovers?

Discussion in 'Ireland' started by Fran, Aug 19, 2015.

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  1. Fran

    Fran Member

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    Surely I'm not the only Irish owner on here guys?
     
  2. Jasper74

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    Hey Fran, your not alone! What are you driving?
     
  3. Fran

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    Omg, at last. Well I'm not driving just yet but I've bought a 1989 110 commercial. In great condition. Just need to do some small bits and pieces to it and I'm good. Problem is getting the time.
     
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    I'd post a pic but apparently my pics are to big for the servers!
     
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    Nice one, have you got it long? Hard to get good landys in Ireland ended up going to Wales to pick up my series 3!! Yeah pics are a nightmare had same Craic myself! Have you any major work done on yours?
     
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    Have it about 2 weeks Jasper. I had the opposite experience, I went to the UK and spent a fortune chasing ****e. Came home and got one in navan bout half hour drive from me. As for what's done or needs to be done. Door locks need fixing, battery few bits of trim replacing. Only spot of rust is on the passenger foot well there's a piece about 3 inches square that I'll have to cut out and replace. Other than that I need a spare she'll and insulation. Nothing big tho.
     
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    Hellooooo from up in der black North - Belfast.
     
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    Hey there zeaphod! Greetings from the midlands bog country! What are you driving? Plenty of advice on here has helped me loads doing up my series 3
     
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    Hi zeaphod, how's u and yes what are you driving?
     
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    Oh my God, there's three of them! :eek:
    ;):D

     
  11. Fran

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    We're gonna take over pal, you better decide to join us now for its too late!
     
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    wattfield AKA Dirk Diggler

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    Doon tae Troon for the ferry, on me way!
     
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    (Scratches head), may have to get a translator if we're to take over.
     
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    I am proceeding to the town of Troon, which is the nearest ferry port to my location, to embark on a ferryboat to the Emerald Isle on my quest to join the good men of Eire, before it is too late.
     
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    Aaaahhhhhhh, wise choice. We may not actually take over but you can rest assured that we will have a rip roaring time trying.
     
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    This is true of most Irish people I know!
     
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    Its kind of our thing if you can't beat it, drink to it.
     
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    In Ireland?
     
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