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Old 01-01-2019, 08:13 AM
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Default Happy New Year

Hi everyone,
I hope you all have a happy, rewarding and peaceful new year.

Down here, it's hot and wet. Good old Climate Change. But hey, I've got some of the nicest timber I've ever worked at the moment. Just be nice to be able to do more.

Rob and Sandra.
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Old 01-01-2019, 01:38 PM
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Default Re: Happy New Year

And a Happy New Year to all of us. Let's all pray for health and happiness for the new year.
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Old 01-01-2019, 06:08 PM
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Happy New Year to all of us....

Now that my Vanagon Restoration project is slowly winding down, I get to return to all the other stuff Iíve put aside for months while I tended to the Van.

Brexit looms in 90 days basically, I donít fully know where that will leave me and everyone else who relies on British car production for a living. The laughable part is that Britain doesnít seem to know itself on how to fix or plan for the end of March when the exit officially kicks in.....So Iím not alone in this at least....

Jaguar Land Rover is finally beginning to drop the facade of ĎEverything is going to be fineí since behind the scenes for months they were saying much different things privately. We rely on so many parts made on the European Continent that a workable break is the only way to stay afloat financially. The past few months Iíve spied parts made in China for the first time with my almost 20 years of working these vehicles, so thatís creeping in too. Always electronics so far, havenít seen any Ďhard partsí like suspension or brakes/ engine drivetrain stuff.
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Old 01-01-2019, 06:40 PM
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Happy New year
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