roger peatman

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    Valencia Spain / Calverton Nottingham UK
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    Music Motorbikes funfair rides

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  1. I'd like an F type, but a bit out of my price range. I've still got an old XKR ,which is about as close as I'll get to an F Type.
  2. I bought my first E Type in 1972 for £350 - kept it for a year then swapped it for a Buick Riviera. - If only !!! It is still on the database CNT 925C - I wonder if the car survived ?
  3. Certainly was pre covid and almost certainly will be again.
  4. His prices do seem a bit high, but classic motor bikes are big business these days
  5. Cool looking Norbsa - here's my BSA Super Rocket - my photo's a bit newer than yours ! free image hosting online link
  6. Shoulder of Mutton pub car park - usually a set of dodgems and various side stalls.
  7. Unfortunately, in this day and age, you either embrace the technological evolution or you get left behind - it is of course a free choice.
  8. The iPad issue is down to the fact that this latest software update is not designed to run on out of date iOS devices. I know this because I have an old iPad2 which is no longer supported for Apple updates making it virtually unusable for large parts of the internet - this site and many others included.
  9. If the Admins contact "technical support", Invision normally sort out any problems post update.
  10. Don't know if this helps anybody, but I just fired up my i.pad and noticed that if I hold it in landscape position, the page displays normally, but in portrait, many options are not visible.
  11. It's all in the 3 dot menu top right.
  12. Not much difference in this latest version to the previous. - Navigates better and is a much fresher look - you soon get used to it.
  13. Sovtek made/make the Big Muff (green), and valves/tubes for classic amplifiers - some under the brand name of Electro Harmonics.