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After a week touring round Fiona's homeland and a bit of advice I return with pictures of my new baby.

Please don't tell me it's not clean it had just done 500 miles in rain, wind et all, well I was in Scotland.







 

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Bloody hell!!!

It worked thanks everybody for your patience.

No stopping me now pictures of everything.
 

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I do quite like those wheels, I keep thinking I should order Atheos on my new Treg but they look fine to me, decisions decisions !!
 
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The definetely suit the Treg - I like the Atheos a lot, but the Valleys are definetely my second favs'

Kaine
 

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Are those the winning raffle tickets I spy??

Which one won the car, the pink or orange ticket?
 

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at last PICTURES


must say I like that engine spin inlay very nice indeed.

where abouts in Scotland were you might hasve passed you on the road without knowing it I was out and about aswell.
 

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QUOTE(meld3 @ Jun 7 2005, 09:09 PM)Are those the winning raffle tickets I spy??

Which one won the car, the pink or orange ticket?

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Neither Meld.

Car park tickets at Sandyhills bay, about 5 miles from Southernness.

Nice beach, good caravan site as well Meld from what I saw of it - walking on the beach.
 

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Looks great. I've gone for the same interior trim and I'm really glad I have, it creates the right look I'm after. (Wood reminds me too much of an old Jag).

 

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QUOTE(Kaine @ Jun 7 2005, 08:46 PM)Bod,

The definetely suit the Treg - I like the Atheos a lot, but the Valleys are definetely my second favs'

Kaine
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Aren't those little holes a complete pain to clean though?

 

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QUOTE(Kaine @ Jun 7 2005, 11:15 PM)for fat fingers yes
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Ah, job for the wife then!

 

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QUOTE(ScottieTreg @ Jun 7 2005, 09:22 PM)at last PICTURES
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must say I like that engine spin inlay very nice indeed.

where abouts in Scotland were you might hasve passed you on the road without knowing it I was out and about aswell.
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Thank you both for advice on posting pics and compliments.


We were staying on the Kirkonall Estate at New Abbey, just south of Dumfries.
Not bad for Scotland. I suppose.
 

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QUOTE(Mikey @ Jun 7 2005, 11:05 PM)Aren't those little holes a complete pain to clean though?


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As long as you keep up to them they are not so bad, but I will have to invest in a narrow brush of some kind to make the job easier. My wife apparently does not want to do them all the time with her small fingers.
 

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I meant to say, I like they way you employed your nickname on the photo in respect of the number plates. Smudger!!!

 

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QUOTE(Mikey @ Jun 8 2005, 11:33 PM)I meant to say, I like they way you employed your nickname on the photo in respect of the number plates.? Smudger!!!


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very nice smudger very nice
 
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