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    Jimmy van reacted to Iain's post in the thread Advice on 1971 Commer camper with Like Like.
    Hi Cathy, it seems I may be local to you I'm in Exeter. If you wanted someone to have at look at your van I'd be willing too. Not has...
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    Jimmy van replied to the thread Advice on 1971 Commer camper.
    Hi Cathy and welcome aboard. I'm sure it does feel like a mine field at the moment but like everyone else is saying all the rusty bits...
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    Jimmy van replied to the thread Britain's Next Top Model.
    Nice one Paul. I managed to get some paint made that matches my original colour. Apparently it's some sort of heavy duty industrial...
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    Jimmy van replied to the thread First getaway.
    I'm sure it won't panky. Same can't be said for the wife though hahaha
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    Jimmy van posted the thread First getaway in Chat.
    After 4 years of ownership Jimmy is at last booked in for our first few nights away this may bank holiday weekend. Its been a lot of...
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    Jimmy van reacted to Paul Goldsmith's post in the thread Overdrive gearbox for Pootle? with Like Like.
    If you're engine refurbishing and want to stop the oil leaks then Trevor @ New Forest Gaskets does a full set of silicone gasket for the...
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    Jimmy van replied to the thread 14" hub caps.
    Like a cob perhaps. That makes sense. I will try and measure them if I get a minute. They are close but not close enough
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    Jimmy van replied to the thread 14" hub caps.
    Basically they are the chrome hub caps that press over the 3 lugs on the steel wheel and cover up the wheel nuts and hub bearing...
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    Jimmy van posted the thread 14" hub caps in Chat.
    Does anyone run on 14" rims as I have just bought a pair on the understanding that they were 15". Obviously they are to small and are...
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    Jimmy van replied to the thread Nice Stamp Collection.
    Ahh the half pence. Could you imagine the youth of today standing at post office counting out 19 1/2 pence for a stamp.
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