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Benefits of things advancing #1651784
03/07/2021 15:17
03/07/2021 15:17
Joined: Jun 2021
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Towcester
Che Offline OP
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So in the spirit of getting my post count up, so I can actually respond to folks etc. I thought I'd post this. I've had two Coupes in the past when I was up in Aberdeen (MattB are you still a Coupe owner?), A Ink Black NA, then a Chrono Grey LE, sold when I moved South again. So now life is a little calmer I'm out looking for an absolutely stock standard 20V Turbo, so I thought I'd dig out my old stuff. Found the box, CD's of the Fiat Eper, Manuals, Discs full of old photos including some crackers from a Stonehaven meet from many years ago. Although I unloaded most of my collection of ephemera a few years back, I still have brochures and other stuff that escaped being cleared out. Reading back through all the threads, good to see there are still many of the same names from back then, also a lot easier now that most of the stuff on CD is online! smile

Re: Benefits of things advancing [Re: Che] #1651785
03/07/2021 16:40
03/07/2021 16:40
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Re: Benefits of things advancing [Re: mattB] #1651786
03/07/2021 17:50
03/07/2021 17:50
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Towcester
Che Offline OP
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Good to see you fella

Re: Benefits of things advancing [Re: Che] #1651791
04/07/2021 09:00
04/07/2021 09:00
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Doing fine thanks. I still have all the bits to make a full car, but unfortunately it's not been complete or run for I think 8years now. frown One day.


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