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R. I. P., Nick, and Godspeed on perfectly trimmed tartan.

Thoughts and prayers going out to the Fulchers, a life worth celebrating for the beauty that was added to the world by Nick's hands and heart.

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Just heard from Paddy about Nick. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.

Nick had so many stoires about Lotus, the cars and the people involved. He could talk for England. A wonderful man and a great loss.

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Sorry to hear about his passing. Even though Nick was on the other side of the world I often read about him and was impressed by the photos of his work. RIP Nick.

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Nick's funeral arrangements have been made and the family have asked that no flowers are sent, instead they welcome donations to the Samantha Dickson Brain Tumour Trust.

http://braintumourtrust.co.uk/

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This is very upsetting news. It only seems like yesterday when we briefly met to discuss the refurbishment of my car. I was very grateful for the advice and passion Nick showed. R.I.P.

Mike Kimberly at the launch of the Lotus Evora,

"These cars will be for the few who know the difference!"

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Like everyone else I was greatly saddened to hear of Nick's passing. He was a true craftsmen and I count myself privileged not only to have had him and Steve work on my Esprit but simply to have met him. There are very few people where you feel an immediate connection, an equal understanding of what is needed and a sense that they are probably one of the best at what they do. Nick I think was one of those people. The attention to detail stood out and I was not surprised to read that his shop was always in high demand. All the best Steve and I hope to see you later this year with a little more work.

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