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    Le Mans Classic

    Right, lets start this off then.

    Le Mans Classic, who is going and where are you staying?

    Rob
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    Re: Le Mans Classic

    I'm going, camping with all of the south west chaps, closest to the bar!
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    Re: Le Mans Classic

    I'm going, staying at a Formula 1 in Arnarge for 2 nights, (Tues and Wed) then moving to campsite on the Thursday morning when it opens.

    So are a few other chaps from the SW

    P.S. Steve, don't forget your chair
    Mike
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    Re: Le Mans Classic

    I am going as well, travelling down on the Tuesday, staying a couple of nights and then camping with everyone else if we can manage to rope off a nice sized patch.
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    Re: Le Mans Classic

    I'll be following Tinka (at a distance unless i get my EFI running correctly), we'll be staying at a b&b close by cos we don't "do" camping
    BIG TONE


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    Re: Le Mans Classic

    Quote Originally Posted by tonym
    I'll be following Tinka (at a distance unless i get my EFI running correctly), we'll be staying at a b&b close by cos we don't "do" camping
    Evening Tony

    I hate camping, but its the only way to soak up the athmosphere, I don't know if you want to be a Tony no mates, as you will not be able to get into the Campsite, without as pass, suppose we can meet you every morning for breakfast in your 5***** hotel.
    Mike
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    Re: Le Mans Classic

    Going as well - decided to stay in a posh place for two nights then camping from Thursday onwards
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    Re: Le Mans Classic

    Have you a spare bed in this posh place
    Mike
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    Life's good, live it.



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    Re: Le Mans Classic

    You dont need a spare bed - rumour has it you sleep hanging upside down from a roof beam !!!!
    CHRIS C - SW REP - Maisie (DB No.46)
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    Re: Le Mans Classic

    :d :d :d :d :d :d :d :d :d :d
    Mike
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    I've often been asked, "What do you old folks do now that you're retired?
    Well, I'm fortunate to have a chemical engineering background, one of the things I enjoy most is turning beer, wine, Scotch and margaritas into urine.

    Life's good, live it.



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