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Blowing my own trumpet

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2016/03/15 18:03:52 (permalink)
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Blowing my own trumpet

Hi All,
As intro says.  Put the RS into a local car show here and took out Modified category for it's age group.  My mate who did panel work and paint prep hasn't actually seen the finished product and will come over to check it out next week. Not bad for a street driven car.
Len

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    Re: Blowing my own trumpet 2016/03/15 18:55:35 (permalink)
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    Well done Len, much deserved, all that hard works paid off... As for the trophy, straight to the pool room with that one
    Cheers Drew...

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    Re: Blowing my own trumpet 2016/03/16 23:38:34 (permalink)
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    Nice one Len. Looks like a great day up there :D
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    Re: Blowing my own trumpet 2016/03/17 14:06:15 (permalink)
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     Thanks for the encouragement folks. We were very lucky, have had a couple of hundred mils of rain since, with more to come. Have had a couple of major events postponed/ cancelled leading up to Easter.
    Cheers
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