Installing a very elderly Citroen into a shed
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    Default Installing a very elderly Citroen into a shed

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    Love it! And this is one of our very own AF members who features in this story

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    aw shucks gee thanx

    stands up rather well - better than the shed !! - even if i say so myself...

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    And notice that I DID NOT say "this clown who features in this story is one of our very own AF members"

    That would have been unkind ....

    Ian. :-)
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    I am enjoying reading all the other stories as well.

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    Awesome!! Let's hope it gets restored and loved forever more. Chris M

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    I thought it was only me that did stuff like this.... I was assuming this was a rental house... There's nothing you can't do in the shed of a rental house (though it tends to be a concern when your trying to lift a motor out ... and the shed roof just keeping getting closer but the motor doesn't get any higher ...
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    Installing a very elderly Citroen into a shed-b12-resting.jpg

    Well this Citroen B12 project is resting in my factory waiting its turn. Hawk

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    Gee Ted You're a marvel. Haven't you got enough projects!!
    ( and why do Jon f's interests and half stuff ups seem so similar to mine over the years?!)
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