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    Real cars have hydraulics DoubleChevron's Avatar
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    Default Happy Birthday Smiffy

    The big 36 today Have a good one... Maybe take the turbo for a spin

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    CitroŽn, what else? smiffy1071's Avatar
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    Thanks for that shane, but I don't think I will be taking the turbo for a spin anywhere, as I plan to do a fair bit of this!!!

    john s
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    Appy Birthday Smiffy,

    have one more for me.

    Many happy returns of the day.

    Dom

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    Thanks for that Dominic, I will do just that as it also helps keep you warm.
    I know how cold it gets around your way as I was there on sunday re-positioning most of my fleet!!! (god it was freezing!!!) john s
    2005 C5 2.0 VTR Hdi 138, 1986 Kawasaki GPz 750G2

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    Yep, Happy Birthday Smiffy



    Cheers
    Chris
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    And cheers from Scotland :adri
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