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Derek Creasy
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« on: 08 November, 2020, 05:05:28 PM »

Many many thanks to all of the members who have helped me enormously with help , advice , technical information , parts and encouragement over the last couple of months whilst trying to get her to an  MOT passworthy state and with everything looking good and working properly.  I was a Fulvia virgin and still only a novice so would just like to mention in no order other than alphabetical :---Dave Gee , Justin Hildrith , Neale Shepherd , Neil Sims , Richard Fridd-, Robin Lacey and last but certainly not least Roddy Young and Tim Heath , I would not have got there without all your help .  Beers all round next time we meet -


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2000HF Coupe 1972
Fulvia Sport  1.3S   1968
andyps
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« Reply #1 on: 13 November, 2020, 09:27:22 PM »

That looks fabulous. Seeing the winter tyres are you planning to use it over the winter?
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Derek Creasy
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« Reply #2 on: 14 November, 2020, 05:20:32 PM »

 These brand Pirelli new tyres were on it when I bought it (not my choice),  but will try them out over the next few months .  I have never worried too much about getting any of my cars cold or wet , unless of course the roads have been recently salted , or I would have had to put a very wet car back into a warm dry workshop.
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2000HF Coupe 1972
Fulvia Sport  1.3S   1968
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