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    Hampshire

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  1. EmlynTaylor

    EmlynTaylor

  2. Looks like you made the wise choice and chose SW Lotus
  3. Well I never! I was just flicking through the service book of my S4s (owned by me for last 5 years) when I spotted a name I recognised, the original purchaser is none other than Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad Group Lotus Chairman. It appears that he purchased the car for his son. A year later Proton owned Lotus....is this really a case of he liked it so much he bought the company? ...the Remmington effect Just thought I'd share my revelation
  4. http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Lotus-Esprit-1988-Rear-Lamps-Assemblies-/161606044715?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_3&hash=item25a0788c2b
  5. real boring right until the end....

  6. "A lot of you saw the Patagonia special and I'd love to admit now in front of everybody that I made a terrible mistake. Nobody knows I'm going to do this, but I want to get it off my chest now. Right in the middle of the programme, I said that the Condor is the largest flying bird, in the world, it isnt, it's the wandering Albatross. I'm deeply deeply sorry." Jeremy Clarkson ........not easy to admit your mistakes #proudofyouclarkson

  7. Lee-On-Solent with my Alex, Lottie and Jessie

  8. Any chance of a pic of the hoses that you speak of?...fed up of being cold
  9. Earned my salary this week,

  10. Interesting read I stole from this here Interweb. --------------------- When Margaret Thatcher won power in May 1979, it was against the backdrop of perhaps the gloomiest decade in modern British history. Shorn of its empire, Britain now cut a very miserable figure on the world stage. For at least two decades we had been falling behind our rivals, and now the contrast was painful to see. Britain's average inflation rate for the 1970s was 13%. West Germany's was just 5%. Our unemployment ra...

  11. Great result! Well worth the early wake up
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