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Author Subject: The future of the club ... again
adam b

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Post #101
Hi

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Posted 16th Feb 2019 at 09:10
prism7guy

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Post #102
It's like going back to 2008! Big grin

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Posted 16th Feb 2019 at 16:47
Day666

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Post #103
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[quote="prism7guy"]It's like going back to 2008! Big grin



LOL
I wouldn’t know as I only came on here 2013 LOL
Posted 16th Feb 2019 at 18:28
adam b

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Post #104
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[quote="Day666"]
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[quote="prism7guy"]It's like going back to 2008! Big grin



LOL
I wouldn’t know as I only came on here 2013 LOL


f**king newbie c**t

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Posted 16th Feb 2019 at 19:14
roland rat

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Post #105
Bonjour!
Posted 16th Feb 2019 at 19:30
adam b

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Post #106
Zut alors, el ratto is back

We're doomed

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Posted 16th Feb 2019 at 22:01
Day666

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Post #107
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[quote="roland rat"]Bonjour!


About bloody time Ash LOL
Posted 16th Feb 2019 at 23:14
Day666

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Post #108
quote:
[quote="adam b"]
quote:
[quote="Day666"]
quote:
[quote="prism7guy"]It's like going back to 2008! Big grin



LOL
I wouldn’t know as I only came on here 2013 LOL


f**king newbie c**t


Sadly so true Thumbs up
Posted 16th Feb 2019 at 23:15
rikky

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Post #109
Hyper

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Posted 17th Feb 2019 at 08:55
thugpuggin

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Post #110
Yeah it's blasting off now.....

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Posted 20th Feb 2019 at 21:32
roland rat

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Post #111
TC revival!
Posted 21st Feb 2019 at 12:48
sageman

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Post #112
good to see some much needed sensable changes being made to this forum

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Posted 21st Feb 2019 at 13:56
mocinim

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Post #113
O wow I so missed that dodgy robin
I found a guy that has two mint ones in the showroom of his garage

Glad this club is building again Smile

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Posted 21st Feb 2019 at 17:38
AstorBeDone

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Post #114
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[quote="captainash"]
Sad times, but I think it's time. Let me know your thoughts.

Cheers
Ash


Hi Captainash,

I have been using this site for reference for over 10years now and would be happy to take over the hosting costs involved for let’s say a minimum of 5years. I would happily pay the full amount myself meaning that no membership fee would need to be charged to anyone and this site can continue as a great source of knowledge for the foreseeable future.


Hope to hear from you soon,

All the best, & thanks for what you provided the community. A job very well done Sir!

Cheers,

Posted 25th Feb 2019 at 02:19
AstorBeDone

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Post #115
Oh yeah while I’m here does anyone know what them big cyclones are called..? And advice on how to fix a broken resistor (ecu remap to 400bhp from eBay ) would be helpful too thanks.

God I’ve missed this place :p
Posted 25th Feb 2019 at 02:29
gnrlee Forum Owner

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Post #116
Haha I'm going to do an FAQ on those big cyclones LOL

Their called 17inch Wheelmana Lions
The here say is that they are coppies of the cyclones, Peugeot threatened wheelmana with a law suit if they didn't do something about it so they smashed the casts

A few sets sold, most ended up in Europe there are a couple of sets in the u.k. But be prepared to pay about £1200 a set
And they are not well made the metal bends very easily!

We have plans forming over paying for the hosting etc
But thank you for your offer Smile

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Posted 25th Feb 2019 at 08:06
phillipm

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Post #117
Lies, everybody knows that the French love cheese, so Wheelmania moulded off some cyclones and made cheese in the moulds as a novelty tribute.
Unfortunately someone accidentally dropped some baking soda into the mix before curing, and as they were on the shelf aging they slowly expanded into cyclone copies with insides that look like Aero bars.
Due to the resulting poor taste, they sprayed them silver to sell as novely display pieces instead, some people thought they were actually metal and bolted them to their cars with tyres on, only to discover that even a particularly harsh look at one would make them bend.

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Posted 25th Feb 2019 at 17:22
rikky

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Post #118
ash; i'll buy the site and company and all the shares and then change the site to a bakery forum. PM me if interested

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306 slam panel esso stickers | 306 yellow / orange / pension fund red side door badges
306 red '6' 3d-printed badges (old part no 866503) | gti6 inlet manifold badges | 306 rear boot badges (p2/p3)
winner of Extraction of toys from prams with outstanding vigour award 2009 [source: gti6 owners club]
Posted 25th Feb 2019 at 17:11
thugpuggin

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Post #119
Can we have the speeling and grammer police back as well. Girlee needs lessons and Ricky needs to know when a capital is required.

Are we going artisan baking or mass produced BTW? If the former, I'll sign up to that.

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Posted 25th Feb 2019 at 18:02
phillipm

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Post #120
know duck fat, averyun nows watt iam sayung

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Posted 26th Feb 2019 at 00:22
mocinim

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Post #121
I think your abuse of the English language is most disrespectful I believe you should desist with this content and form your grammar and punctuation in the correct way approaching with the correct nouns and pronouns etc forming your sentences in a formation of which nanny would be proud !
I strongly believe that an immediate recant of your catholicis is prudent !!!

Init !!!

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Posted 26th Feb 2019 at 01:57
phillipm

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Post #122
I strongly believe you need to buy a bulk bag of commas on ebay.

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Posted 26th Feb 2019 at 02:05
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Post #123
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thugpuggin Can we have the speeling and grammer police back as well. Girlee needs lessons.


Yeah,.. There's no cure for Dyslexia unfortunately and my predictive text isn't always the greatest,.. So no amount off lesson's will really help,..
But I've learned where the naughty step is! Hyper

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Posted 26th Feb 2019 at 10:34
phillipm

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Post #124
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But I've learned where the naughty step is! Hyper


It's that extra one they put at the top of the stairs to catch you out when drunk isn't it?

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Posted 26th Feb 2019 at 16:51
gnrlee Forum Owner

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Post #125
No this kind of nauty step you get put on is like
the angry wife that comes with the wrath of god after you told her you were only going for one then went on a three day bender
Stanggered in when the kids were asleep and woke everyone in the house and the next door neibours,.. that are now banging on the walls,..

That sort of nautystep/doghouse LOL

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Posted 26th Feb 2019 at 15:30

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