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Tony Webster

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Tony Webster last won the day on August 22 2018

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About Tony Webster

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  • Birthday 10/11/1956

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    Golf GTi Cabrio. BMW 316 ti Compact.

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    Right here at my P.C. in Lydiate, Merseyside.
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    Cars, CORTINAS, Mark Two Cortinas, Drinking, More Drinking, Eating, Holidays, Week-Ends away in CORTINAS...Oh, Horizontal P.T. and RETIREMENT .. Now I'm Retired .. I need a Job, to pay for it all (!)

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  1. Ah yes, well done indeed. From memory, I think you may well have a rather nice mk5 in there (well known to this forum) somewhere too
  2. OK fair enough, ..... Just with that double (red / blue) pinstripe made me sit up and take notice .....
  3. I don't want to appear an "Anorak" BUT the last time I saw a white 1600E with a red and blue pinstripe (like yours) was on one of the "World Cup" (1970's GWC cars) ... Chassis number was BA97KY and a sequential number starting with a 2 if my memory serves ?
  4. I think I've given up looking ......
  5. Yes it's good to have a friendly relationship with the local MOT "place" especially if like a lot of us on here you have several cars that need testing during the "year". I find the usual pre-checks are valuable, Lights, lighting dead easy, no excuse for a duff bulb. I usually clean and hoover the car out too giving the car a cared for look (not that it isn't anyway) . The tester doesn't want to see decay and neglect .... BTW the doctors car, now has an MOT. !
  6. MOT history is also to some extent the opinion of the tester on the day. It NEVER fails to amaze me the number of cars that can pass an MOT one year, with no or few advisories. Then get bombed out of sight on what seems like numerous issues, only a few miles and months later ?
  7. And I've been after one of these for years .... See my additional "topic" ?
  8. Tony Webster


    Here's one ! https://www.carandclassic.co.uk/car/C1035307 Good Luck :wine:
  9. Pop goes the weasel ..... https://www.carandclassic.co.uk/car/C989230 :wine:
  10. And another very well known car in one of the ebay images .................. :wine:
  11. Recently re-discovered whilst "tidying" (as you do) .... As per title, dark navy with press stud type fasteners https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/132554671463?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649 any interest on here ? P.M. me ? :wine:
  12. If it's too good to be true, it probably isn't. "Ditto" comments above ... :wine:
  13. Possibly both, they are driving "machines" ... Loved, well practically almost, all of mine. And yes you do get to know (and remember) the petrol retailers with the lowest prices ... Nectar points too .... I can feel another thread coming on ... Supermarket petrol v Everyone elses ....... :wine:
  14. Ah yes, its true. And the other issue with them is they never stay "fixed" for long. Sound familiar ? :wine:
  15. May I suggest a "dalliance" with Jaguar ? :wine:
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