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Shed n buried

Discussion in 'France' started by Pyrenees man, Jul 1, 2019.

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  1. Pyrenees man

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    For most of its life ‘shed ‘n Buried’ applies here.

    Working like a maniac as you do, my beloved landy had to remain unused. While I earned a crust.

    Before taking it to the Pyrenees where it’s been for most of its life, I made sure I waxoyled as much as possible.

    Now I’m retired and able to enjoy it, there are a few things needing doing of course. And starting today I thought I’d google to see what advice I could find. This excellent site came up. So here goes ....
     
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    Thanks. I tried that but it wouldn’t work for me.
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    Ok no worries.

    Try again sometimes the site stalls/ runs a bit slow,

    Whatever if you are going to revive an old landy you will get a good welcome.

    J
     
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    You will find all sorts of good advice on here but be prepared for some banter as well, but its all well intentioned.
    Yes as Marjon says go to the introduce yourself page and then
    Just one tip when you ask for some help or advice its always a good idea to state your model and year or your asking for trouble. Even when people get to know you still do that as there are always other readers who wont know you but may have your answer.

    Welcome to the zone.
     
  6. Pyrenees man

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    Thank you for the advice.
     
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    Welcome,to another expat in France.
    You will find lots of good info on here.As well as a few 'caracter's'
    Marc
     
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    Thanks Marc
    Good to know there are others around
    Paul
     
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