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Wishing you a very Happy Christmas.


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VetteWeekend

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Fri 19 Dec 14 17:48

Wishing you a very Happy Christmas.


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Firepit

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Sat 20 Dec 14 14:21

Re: Wishing you a very Happy Christmas.


Thumbs up Thumbs up

Merry Christmas to you all and sincere thanks for the dedication and time that you guys and gals give to the betterment of the club.

Best wishes to everyone for a long enjoyable break.

Paul.


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C5 in custom made Firepit Orange color with Billy Boat Bullet exhaust, MGW short shift, Wilwood Superlite front brakes, Venair Orange Silicon hoses and Evans waterless coolant. Custom mural under hood with wheels and other accessories in Thunder Grey. Illuminated Sills and Firepit Orange interior.

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Jack Cooper

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Sat 20 Dec 14 17:38


Roger that!
J.C. (1911)

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STELTHYFLATFISH

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Mon 22 Dec 14 19:02

Re: Wishing you a very Happy Christmas.


I 'll thirdsy that ( is that a proper word ? ) any way, happy holidays to all on the forum and a special thanks to the committee and forum administrator for all there hard work , it doesn't go unnoticed.
Thumbs up


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My corvette will pass anything on the road, except a gas station.

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BIG ANDY

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Mon 22 Dec 14 20:57

Re: Wishing you a very Happy Christmas.


Yes hope everyone has a great Xmas then let's look forward to the 2015 Nats with lots of sun enjoy

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Redlevel

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Tue 23 Dec 14 11:01

Re: Wishing you a very Happy Christmas.


Merry Christmas to one and all and all the very best for 2015..

..and enjoy the Sproutifarts! Laughing

http://www.eyegas.com/sproutifarts/



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Redlevel

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Wed 24 Dec 14 14:54

Re: Wishing you a very Happy Christmas.


Hope your all kicking back on Xmas eve and sipping your prosecco or whatever etc.. Thumbs up

I'm alone, stuck in the lab here til 5pm, which is full of boxes of parts, new stuff to be assembled, old stuff to be fixed, and other crap. Just spent hours in Coronary Care relighting the patient monitor/telemetry network system that our Estates took out with their unplanned generator test, so I couldn't resist using my android phone's bullwhip app on them as the sparks worked on their switchgear, much to the amusement of our senior cardiologist who instantly dowloaded it himself to motivate his junior house officers! Laughing

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.studio215....

On a more positive note, I did score a bullseye in the dartboard, and found four matching pallets that will be mounted side up in the garden as triple tiered planters for my strawberries next year, and got my matchbox wheely poppin' C2 Corvette (with realistic engine sounds) working again although the tyres are shot. Scratchchin

Cheers! Very Happy

Steve

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roscobbc

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Wed 24 Dec 14 16:06

Re: Wishing you a very Happy Christmas.


Is it me perhaps being 100% sober - but did anyone else understand a word of what Steve said? Scratchchin


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Redlevel

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Wed 24 Dec 14 17:01

Re: Wishing you a very Happy Christmas.


Still at work, bored and very, very, Laughing sober... Not good!!

Some views of a part of my empire, the aforementioned pallets I found (they do make excellent garden fence planters), a lovely piece of plastic packing to lay on under the cars, ..next post, my C2 and the dartboard..

All in a days work! Yes



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Redlevel

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Wed 24 Dec 14 17:28

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More..

The place is a complete tip right now, but it'll be cleared next week.. Old stuff fixed, new stuff commissioned and installed, fresh working environment for 2015. Yes



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