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    Re: Mk1 P Range Bodywork

    Post by 2ToneJake on Tue Oct 11, 2011 7:16 am

    i used to love the mod scoots but i was never a mod
    i'm into everything now though except chops n autos - but each to there own
    you mean like the armandos 80's scoots? love them atm

    nahh, i cant i'm at coventry seeing the specials Very Happy
    i'll be at nearly all the nationals next year though

    you get to many rallies like?
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    Re: Mk1 P Range Bodywork

    Post by Wally on Tue Oct 11, 2011 7:24 am

    2ToneJake wrote:i used to love the mod scoots but i was never a mod
    i'm into everything now though except chops n autos - but each to there own
    you mean like the armandos 80's scoots? love them atm

    nahh, i cant i'm at coventry seeing the specials Very Happy
    i'll be at nearly all the nationals next year though

    you get to many rallies like?

    Didn't manage to do that many last season due to uni but now I've finished I plan on getting on with a load next year - Kelso is a definite for me. But if you keep an eye on the events section I'm sure there'll be at least a few of us kicking about the rallies next year Very Happy

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    Re: Mk1 P Range Bodywork

    Post by 2ToneJake on Tue Oct 11, 2011 7:28 am

    what you do at uni like?
    yea the armandos are lush, but like i said, each to their own with chops

    i'll deffo be at kelso next year, this year i went and it was hurrendous ride, gales and hail - was good rally though

    hope to see a few of yas on the rallies though, i only know 1 other person my age who rides so it'll be a nice change
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    Re: Mk1 P Range Bodywork

    Post by Wally on Tue Oct 11, 2011 7:50 am

    2ToneJake wrote:what you do at uni like?
    yea the armandos are lush, but like i said, each to their own with chops

    i'll deffo be at kelso next year, this year i went and it was hurrendous ride, gales and hail - was good rally though

    hope to see a few of yas on the rallies though, i only know 1 other person my age who rides so it'll be a nice change

    Aye, it's nice to not have to hang out with people your dad's age all the time at rallies int it! - welcome to the glorious mission of the Young Guns - all hail comrade Dean! (even if he is probably a wkd drinking moddy scouse Razz )

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    Re: Mk1 P Range Bodywork

    Post by NorthernJordan on Tue Oct 11, 2011 8:04 am

    I would say you more the catalyst to the 80s stuff wally, like I say we had loads of it like Utah plastic bits and headset radios etc etc... Still got loads off Utah stickers packs might put some on.

    I like all scooters, just not a fan of mirrors and lights lol


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    Re: Mk1 P Range Bodywork

    Post by Wally on Tue Oct 11, 2011 8:24 am

    NorthernJordan wrote:I would say you more the catalyst to the 80s stuff wally, like I say we had loads of it like Utah plastic bits and headset radios etc etc... Still got loads off Utah stickers packs might put some on.

    I like all scooters, just not a fan of mirrors and lights lol


    My theory is everyone secretly loves tacky plastic bits on their scoots, but I think it just takes bravery to admit it! Besides you can't really do moddy bits on a T5 (tho I have seen one of them pale)

    Jord, I wouldn't mind a rummage around your collection - do you still have much of it left?



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    Re: Mk1 P Range Bodywork

    Post by NorthernJordan on Tue Oct 11, 2011 8:30 am

    Most of it is sold, but there's a few plastic embelishers, interesting wheel trims, Utah stickers sets, a rather nice falcon seat in white plus some other bits....


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    Re: Mk1 P Range Bodywork

    Post by Dean on Tue Oct 11, 2011 10:05 am

    Your just Wrong wally Smile

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