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foamy will be maintaining them! :shakeno:

You dont 'maintain' helicopters, you just try to keep them from piling into the ground for as long as possible using bodge type and araldite

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You dont 'maintain' helicopters, you just try to keep them from piling into the ground for as long as possible using bodge type and araldite

There's a job waiting for you at our local garage... :)

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Oh shit they fly over were I live & foamy will be maintaining them! :shakeno:

Bet your glad Grouch"o didn"t sign up ,, :biggrinbounce:

Hell foams" you off to death valley... :eusa_pray: didn"t get that name for nowt, :kissflowers:

Little dave [ member] come from vagas ,, look for a DT125 :yeah:

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Going well, should crack 2k with the last minute bidding war that ALWAYS happens, you should have put classic and rare on there too.

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this still confuses me, it was advertised at £1750 on eBay a couple of times and nobody wanted it, a couple of guys came to look at it but no real serious interest

i start it at 99p and its basically got to where i wanted it to be anyway within a few days of listing the dam thing... :crazy:

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Not bad Foamy, better with some money in your pocket for your next adventure in the land of rusty relics. :jossun:

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nowt so queer as folk foams.

If you can understand their buying habits, you'd be a millionaire

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Foamy

If I've learned anything from my boy, paying back money is not part of the deal...

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Your right there Jmmy I "BORROWED" £50 in 1969 from my Mum for my first car and have been meaning to pay them back for a while !!!!

My Youngest son is at Oxford Uni and he tells me that he will pay me back when he starts work, not holding my breath over that one. :eusa_think:

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Looks like it Andrew if you want something "then save for it" my Mum said, so when she had saved £50 I borrowed it !!!! :biglaugha:

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My mum had a book when we all lived at home. She had no problem with us borrowing money, but it got logged and never forgotten!!

Wise woman - just annoying at the time... Eyes would roll when that friggin book came out...

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My mum had a book when we all lived at home. She had no problem with us borrowing money, but it got logged and never forgotten!!

Wise woman - just annoying at the time... Eyes would roll when that friggin book came out...

Same for me, 'bank of mum and dad' really was. She had a book and noted every borrow and 'payment' be that jobs done or poket money and ultimately board.

I can say with utter certanty that I dont owe my parents a penny. Least not in that aspect.

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Borrowing and lending is common for us, wether its me, my bro or the old man who need a bit of extra cash for an impulse buy but it all gets noted and repaid :spin2:

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