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I'm a proper funsters now!

Discussion in 'THE BEGINNER' started by Philcott, Dec 3, 2012.

  1. Philcott

    Philcott Funster

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    I collected my new to me motorbike over the weekend. She is a little frayed and tatty around the edges, but I am sure together we are going to have great fun!

    Fiat Ducato 2.5TD Europa FFD 650 1991 model so an old lady, but drives comfortably. Plenty of tidying up to do, but appears to be mainly cosmetic. Feel like a kid with an early Christmas present.:BigGrin:
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  2. Stephen & Jeannie

    Stephen & Jeannie Funster

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    Gobowen near Oswestry !!
    Job's a goodun !!!

    Sounds like just the woman for me dude !!!!:Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:
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  3. icantremember

    icantremember Funster

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    two wheel motorhome

    Would that be a two wheel motorhome or a motorbike with a 2.5TD engine?:Doh:
    Whichever it is hope you enjoy it.
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  4. ScotJimland

    ScotJimland Funster

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    well done, hope you got a good deal..

    wishing you many happy trips.. :Smile:
  5. DuxDeluxe

    DuxDeluxe Funster

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    Welcome and hope you enjoy your purchase. Quite a lot of us on here are frayed and tatty around the edges, so your new van, at least, will be in good company!
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  6. Theonlysue

    Theonlysue Funster - Life Member

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    I'm a proper funster now

    Goodness - you are such a tart (or so rumour has it) :Doh: :Rofl1::Rofl1:
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  7. Stephen & Jeannie

    Stephen & Jeannie Funster

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    Own up time !!!

    Bugger the rumours !!!:Doh: It's a well known fact :Blush: Grade A, dyed in the wool, certified old tart, and proud of it !!!:Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:
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  8. hilldweller

    hilldweller Funster

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    2.5l Ducati - very rare.
  9. teddybard

    teddybard Funster

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    I Resemble that remark.?

    Teddy:Smile:
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  10. Philcott

    Philcott Funster

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    Oh dear - fingers got ahead of brain - it's a motorhome - promise! :Rofl1:

    Thanks for the good wishes all - so looking forward to joining in all the fun - tarts and all!:Wink:
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  11. MadMerv

    MadMerv

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    Tabbert FFB Europa

    Bit like this then.......replaced one not long ago!:Wink:

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  12. Philcott

    Philcott Funster

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    :BigGrin: she's like that Madmerv, but not in such good nick! I'm still happy with her though and with help from my son and friends she will improve.
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  13. ScotJimland

    ScotJimland Funster

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    you've got a good van.. I'd be happy to own. With a one piece fibreglass roof, built to a good spec, looked after it will last another 20 years .. It will provide not only many great trips but you'll get a lot of pleasure and satisfaction from geting her into to tip top shape..

    it's all part of the hobby.. you don't get that with a brand spanking new van .. :Smile:
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  14. MadMerv

    MadMerv

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    It wasn't like that when i got it!:Doh: i still have the graphic files i used to cut the vinyl. let us know how you progress:Wink:
    I hope you have as much fun as we had.:thumb:

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