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Deggers

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  • Birthday 02/20/1978

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    The Glorious Cornish Coast

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  1. Registrations are open for the 2021 Targa Florio Classica, John! (Nowhere is too far in a TR.) Cheers, Deggers
  2. Tomorrow's World showcases the cassette-powered precursor to the sat nav. Apparently it was a huge leap forward from the gramophone version. But my Dad was furious when I recorded Top of the Pops over them. Cheers, Deggers
  3. Yesterday marked the finale of the 39th re-enactment of the 1000 Miglia. A stunning array of sporting classics once again, including eight Triumph TR entries and a 1957 works TR3 from the US driven by Hans Abrahams and navigator Aaron Bendikson. Andrea Vescoe and Fabio Salvinelli won the race in the 1929 Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 Super Sport: chalking up Vescoe's third victory in the same car. Cheers, Deggers
  4. And not just any corner, but Turn One. A fitting tribute indeed. The official inauguration is scheduled for Sept 11th as part of the six hour race of the Nürburgring Endurance series. More info here : nuerburgring.de/Sabine-Schmitz-Kurve Deggers
  5. I'll second that Hamish. I've also had a good response selling through Car and Classic in the past. Always admired the lines of the Healey's, very nice . . . Cheers, Deggers
  6. A very Happy Birthday Gordon, hope you're having a good one. Cheers, Deggers
  7. Very glad to hear you’re on the mend Richard. Here's hoping for a full and speedy recovery. Dangerous creatures, cows. I spent my teenage years living and working around horses, but the neighbouring farm kept cattle. Walking to the stables one afternoon, I discovered just how fast 800kg of prime beef can move when it decides to take a dislike to someone. Cornered, I stood my ground, and the damn thing knocked me clean out of my boots. I hit the ground running, and I didn’t stop until I reached the gate: bruised, muddy, and a lot wiser. No, not overly keen on cows. Best a
  8. Hi Pete, Impressive CAD drawings. I know you mentioned at the top of the thread that you've already discounted a number of trailer-tent options, but having had a quick browse through Youtube, I thought I'd link this 'Raclet' advert below . . . for obvious reasons. Cheers, Deggers
  9. A great auction Hamish, and it was good to see so much interest. A busy week for me at work meant I couldn't tune in for the live stream on the 9th (which as it happens, probably wasn't such a bad thing after all ... a live auction, a credit card and an idle mind can be a dangerous combination! Been there, done that, bought expensive T-shirt!) The results having now been published, I see the 1928 AJS G8 I had my eye on achieved £20,700 (about mid estimate). Many of the lots managed to surpass their estimates, but the Star of the Show was the 1937 Indian Four 437. An incr
  10. All the very best Don, and a very Happy Birthday. Hoping all's well in Saint Louis. Cheers, Deggers
  11. Happy (belated) Birthday Conrad, hope you managed to put a few miles on the clock, Cheers, Deggers
  12. Herewith, belated belated birthday wishes! Hope you had a good'un Brian, all the best Deggers
  13. Here you go Tony (and for those who missed it on Monday evening). Cheers, Deggers
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