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General Discussion Area / Re: MOT Test
« on: 19 March 2020, 18:17:31 »
It would be untested.....

General Discussion Area / Re: Terrorism
« on: 05 February 2020, 13:49:28 »
The unspoken question here is why was a 20+ handed team of police guns running 24/7 obs on a recently released crim?

Who happened to have terrorist inklings?.....

Pour encourage les outres?

Should they want to plays goodies and baddies on release?

....and, discuss......

 There's more covert units than that wandering around the country,
 When I was a boy mechinc down that London, there was 2 -4 black range rovers, 4.2L that would be around, 4 blokes in each, kitted out,  No markings,  not police trained, always on call,   Now due to the changes various motors are used, more of them, 2 per car, and motorcycles,  when called to act Police hats are worn, ,,, Remember the shooting of the bloke on the tube, similar unit.

There's different strings to law enforcement, and government agencies.

I understand the numbers of covert units that are out and about.  I used to also carry and do such obs for more years than I care to remember, in a previous life.

My question is still, what makes the recently deceased worthy of such a unit on his tail?

General Discussion Area / Re: Terrorism
« on: 04 February 2020, 20:58:00 »
The unspoken question here is why was a 20+ handed team of police guns running 24/7 obs on a recently released crim?

Who happened to have terrorist inklings?.....

Pour encourage les outres?

Should they want to plays goodies and baddies on release?

....and, discuss......

Omega General Help / Re: Misfire cylinder 2
« on: 02 February 2020, 12:20:03 »
Hi where can i obtain keirh robinson cover please and what is it

If something is described as 'Heath Robinson' then it means home made, to no specific design, other than to do the job intended.  It could be quite well made, of well thought out design with purpose and longevity to the for or it could be anything available to hand, held together by string and hope, as long as it does its job. 

In this case, search the help and maintenance guide for scuttle drain and look at the results.

Hi All

My mig's Headgasket has gone (confirmed) :-[ :-[ so car scrap heven is calling but befire i let it go does anyone want parts from it. everything apart from whats listed below is available i will strip if i can

Available:  ;D
MV6 Elite wheels with good tyres £200
bodywork in ok condition £25 a panel
Gearbox ( You will need to come & Remove) £100
Rocker's £30
Coil Packs x 2 £30
Maf £40
Headlight & Tail lights £50 for the pair
Cats & Exhaust £100 complete 2xCats both boxes and rear box

Parts sold: :-\
C/L unit & Fob
Boot Release Mechanism.
Gators For Handbrake  & Gearstick

You can call/message/whatsapp me if you want pictures or request parts - 07496156164

if you want the remainder of the car Local Scrappy offered me £200 collected so if you want it is £225 take away  or its going on a well knowen auction site for £200 no reserve I will Keep hold of the car for a week before this

If there are any omegas going for around £300 running ready to drive let me know please as want a replacement  ;D ;D :D :D ;) ;) :) :)

Many Thanks

Ta.  :)

As per forum selling guidelines please add prices to individual items.

Ta....   :y

General Discussion Area / Re: Sad day
« on: 24 December 2019, 22:29:05 »
So sorry to read that Barry.

Sincere condolences from Liz and I.

General Discussion Area / Re: The Andrew Neil Interviews
« on: 26 November 2019, 16:29:35 »
He is in a league of his own among political interviewers. The rest are pygmies in comparison. Havent seen his interview with wee krankie, but read about it today. He pointed out that NHS Scotland is failing so badly to meet legal targets on patient care, that it might need protecting from her, rather than her mantra of it needing protecting from Trump.
Apparently she got a wee bit flustered at that point.

The nhs scotland targets are being missed but are understood to be better than those of the rest of the uk.

General Discussion Area / Re: Time to move on
« on: 03 July 2019, 21:40:04 »
Stay safe big fella.  Life is definitely too short.  Feel most free to pop n and comment as and when.

Bon chance, mon ami!

General Discussion Area / Re: HMS Queen Elizabeth
« on: 30 May 2019, 19:47:00 » a form of update or clarification, it was posted in our local rag today, in the readers letters from a retired RNVR God botherer, who said that Mrs captain was using the vehicle for school runs and therefore without HMG permission and so outside insurance cover, hence the brouhaha.

If already warned and persisted then I agree with the ‘master and commander’ standpoint which required his removal from post.

Cars for Sale & wanted / Re: F/S Omega 3.2 V6 Elite Estate 2002
« on: 24 April 2019, 08:27:05 »
Thanks for the clarification.

As the car is sold then this sales thread has run its course.


General Discussion Area / Re: A weekend away?
« on: 17 April 2019, 21:35:56 »
We had some brilliant weekends at Newent.  Lots of work done but as Nige says, it quickly became a place where folks got chunky work done for heehaw and some didn’t even stay overnight to supply a bottle or a box of beer or a pack of burgers for the BBQ.

I wouldn’t like to put a number on the cost of the whisky I shared with the (most willing) virgin phillistines who, I hope, were converted to the greater good.   ;)

General Discussion Area / Re: Hectic night
« on: 09 April 2019, 20:48:53 »
My sincere apologies to all concerned; it seems that I was given out-of-date information. My "informant" was quite old and now runs a cafe in Dorset! :-[


No problem.  Every day is still a school day, no matter how old we get.   :y

General Discussion Area / Re: Hectic night
« on: 08 April 2019, 22:18:16 »
I too had a final salary pension once .....
Wifey, too. She should have been retiring at 60, now 67.

Likewise.  Mrs H21 is similarly hindered.....

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