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Name: the Fearless Count
From: In between
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What a great day at the Earls Barton Motor Show. Our fire-ups seemed to go down well with a few babies crying, dogs running for shelter and general mayhem. Motor sounded great (well done Mysterious), Nose repaired with several layers of fibeglass (well done me), 'chute untangled and re-fitted (well done Hunch), tumbleweed rolling across the field as we listened to Igor the Silent one say nothing (well done Igor). Really nice to meet the people fron Nulon and to remove a phobia from one little girl who eventually plucked up the courage to sit in the drivers seat of Nosferatu. Well done, not many people have had that privlege so you are a member of a very small club. It was nice to be back in the office although we didn't turn a wheel. Nosferatu is back in the workshop for some additional work but will be making his presence known soon at Avon Park (aka Shakespeare County Raceway). See you there Nosferatu Fans, come and talk to us in the pits.
 
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Name: Hunch
From: Wellingborough wastelands
Good day at Earls Barton show despite the rain showers. Plenty of photos will find their way onto the site in the coming days. Good to see Sima and family!!
 
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Name: Hunch
From: Wellingborough wastelands
Earls Barton Motor Show here we come! See ya there tomorrow?
 
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Name: Hunch
From: Wellingborough wastelands
F, with all your comittments I'm amazed that you have any spare time? Do you own a TARDIS? Pugsley, stand by for some rose tinted reminiscing.
My very first car was a mini, and I spent many a happy hour, day, week replacing wheel bearings, clutch, rusty panels, etc, etc. Mine was a really early model with the hydrolastic suspension, and that gave me many a headache when it started leaking. Oh happy days. Enjoy them Pugsley, for even when you are an fart you will remember them fondly.
 
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Name: The Fearless Count
From: In Between
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In my spare time I am restoring a Mini with Pugsley. Rust Rust and more rust. I think this Mini should have follwed the advice of Nick Fiend from the fantastic band Alien Sex Fiend.... Rust in Peace. Oh well, I will cut some more rust out, put some fresh metal in and it will be fine. New rear sub frame is next on the shopping list.
 
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Name: Hunch
From: Wellingborough wastelands
See pictures of Nosferatu in the September issue of Land Rover enthusiast, on sale on the first Friday of august...


 
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Name: Sima
From: UK
Website: http://www.nulon-uk.com
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OOO very much looking forward to seeing you all at Earls Barton!! Think I may bring a vial or two of my blood for you to share!!
 
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Name: Hunch
From: Wellingborough wastelands
By the way Mysterious, did you bring plenty of soil back from Transylvania for us all? I hope you had s suitably dark time, and that your vampire cubs had an educational visit to the homelands...


 
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Name: Hunch
From: Wellingborough wastelands
With Earls Barton beckoning at the coming weekend (July 19) this is to say I can be free any time this week to help with engine or other duties except Wed morning, Friday morning up to about mid day and unfortunately (due to work committments at Billing Aquadrome) all day Saturday up to about 5.30ish.
For the following weekend (the much anticipated photo shoot!) it's also the Mopar weekend at Santa Pod. Our shoot will take most of Saturday, mainly I suspect due to the logistics of transporting the car, but is anyone other than Fearless thinking of going to the Mopar event at Santa Pod? I think I will poke my nose in on Sunday. Might be a good opportunity to watch some racing and have a good wander about and a good team chin wag?
 
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Name: Tim
From: Brackley
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Damn. I was hoping to see the car roll into the prom at Whittlebury Hall Thursday night. A nice burnout wouldn't have gone a miss either. All the nice clothes would have been enhanced with bits of rubber
 
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