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    Hi Group,

    just joined the group to give some colour to the Simca-Forum :-). Anybody with need of advice or even parts - let me know. Have about 60.ooo items at stock for ANY Simca, Talbot, Matra, Sunbeam and - PEUGEOT.

    Don´t hesistate to ask for the most impossible items, I´m normally able to serve as long it is not a Vedette-, Ariane- or very early Aronde-part.

    About that : One of these Simca 1000 in Australia is part of my clientship. The car is located in Glenn Forest/Perth and lives beside a Murena 2.2 that we exported to Paul Evans last year octobre...

    Cheers

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    Welcome Jurgen - good to have you onboard.

    To all, I can recommend Jurgen is an excellent contact for parts.

    Graham

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    Paul Evans has a Murena? Now why wasn't that at the French Car Day?

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    it dosen't go .....

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    Quote Originally Posted by TroyO
    Paul Evans has a Murena? Now why wasn't that at the French Car Day?

    Troy.
    Paul [Good] Evans has been fairly busy, he organised the WA French Car Day for SIVA.

    A good lineup eh? Was that "Glenoughs" yellow Dauphine G hiding in the back row?

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    Ahhh, Stuey missed out on yet another FCD. I had a good reason though - I blew a plug out of the head of my Pug and was a bit...busy...

    FYI, the current (in Oz) Practical Classics has a resto series on a Bagheera.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuey
    Ahhh, Stuey missed out on yet another FCD. I had a good reason though - I blew a plug out of the head of my Pug and was a bit...busy...

    FYI, the current (in Oz) Practical Classics has a resto series on a Bagheera.

    Cheers

    Stuey
    A diverse but cold day, Stuey. Great line up of cars, but no CX as we brought the 16TS. Maybe next year.....

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by graham66
    Welcome Jurgen - good to have you onboard.

    To all, I can recommend Jurgen is an excellent contact for parts.

    Graham
    Hi Graham :-),

    thought that I might have a chance to be anywhere "undercover" but as it seems I only entered another good old pub *smile*
    I just did not check the member-list but I guess that I´ll find also all my other buddies over here like Bruce Tassell or Richard Marken btw John Pickles.

    Yep, Paul has his Murena 2.2, at least it took more than a year to get it on the ship in Bremerhaven. The car was located nearby to our home and was owned by an ex-member of the Matra-Club Germany.

    Tnx for the flowers Graham, enlarged my sortiment for another 3000 parts in 2005 and now just scratch the 60.ooo-frontier

    Cheers

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    Flowers?? I think something got lost in translation mate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by graham66
    Flowers?? I think something got lost in translation mate.
    Translation: Flowers = Bouquet = compliment - looks like Jurgen is just saying "thanks mate" for giving him the thumbs up earlier in the thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cabbage tree
    Translation: Flowers = Bouquet = compliment - looks like Jurgen is just saying "thanks mate" for giving him the thumbs up earlier in the thread.

    err yeah I joined the dots on that one mate, thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuey
    Ahhh, Stuey missed out on yet another FCD. I had a good reason though - I blew a plug out of the head of my Pug and was a bit...busy...
    Rotten luck ... you are going to make it one of these days !!!

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    Welcome Jürgen! Good to see you here, I just found Aussie Frogs as well and now wish I lived down under. Much more Frog activity here then in the USA



    Herb Mooney

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    Quote Originally Posted by mooneys
    Welcome Jürgen! Good to see you here, I just found Aussie Frogs as well and now wish I lived down under. Much more Frog activity here then in the USA



    Herb Mooney
    *lol*, hey what´s going on over here :-) ? Can only repeat myself, the world is only a small pub .

    For sure that the most-active English-speaking scenes are the UK and Australia but that don´t means that nowhere else would be any traffic in Simca. It´s a slow-growing circle of guys that just build up a common scene. You see, by the while we Simcaisti all find together on the most different and funny ways...

    Cheers

    Jürgen

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