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My Classic mx

Postby tjay » Mon Sep 06, 2010 6:29 pm

:D Hi,on way back from Motormania I stopped outside Braemar to have a cup of coffee and to give Jake a walk.Once this was done I took some photo's of my car in the sunshine.Had a great day out ending with some fun down the road to Blairgowrie with some guys on their motorbikes,brill fun really enjoyed myself.
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Jake on "guard duty"
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Re: My Classic mx

Postby IanH » Mon Sep 06, 2010 7:05 pm

Nice pics, sorry we missed you yesterday.

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Re: My Classic mx

Postby Busbyian » Mon Sep 06, 2010 10:25 pm

I love ure car.It looks stunning.Can u tell me where you got your wheels,and would I be able to get them for a Mk3
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Re: My Classic mx

Postby sarahlc » Mon Sep 06, 2010 11:29 pm

Busbyian wrote:I love ure car.It looks stunning.Can u tell me where you got your wheels,and would I be able to get them for a Mk3
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See here
http://www.rotawheels.com/wheels.asp?wheelid=32
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Re: My Classic mx

Postby Malc » Mon Sep 06, 2010 11:59 pm

tjay wrote:.Had a great day out ending with some fun down the road to Blairgowrie with some guys on their motorbikes,brill fun really enjoyed myself.


You should know better - mixing it with the big, bad, bikers. :shock:

Those seats look really smart - who made them for you?
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Re: My Classic mx

Postby Sifidelity » Tue Sep 07, 2010 2:16 am

Nice snaps. We managed to get a few on our way back via A939 (bit of a detour but hey!)

Sorry we missed you too I know Mylo was keen to see Jake again.

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Re: My Classic mx

Postby tjay » Tue Sep 07, 2010 10:57 am

Hi to all,re your questions, to Malc, seats were done by "Cartrimmers" www.thecartrimmers.co.uk in Warrenby ,they adverise in the HTST magazine
to Ian Sarah info is correct, I bought my set from "Dalhousie" club member in Carnoustie and the red rings on my car are "Allagators fitted by Mark for more info see www.etyres.co.uk cost £70 fitted to all four wheels .
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