Hood stowage cover protector

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Re: Hood stowage cover protector

Postby GeoffSmith » Mon 22.01.2018, 13:30

Don't worry João!

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1.Tuga2112
2.Tuga2112
3.Dom - posted 22/1/18
4.lotustonybassplayer
5.Elanlover
6.Spud - posted 22/1/18
7.saltire - posted 22/1/18
8. Scott
9. Giniw (if the shipping to France is not ridiculous of course ^^
10. Simonbuk
11. Steve A
12. HJ2

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Re: Hood stowage cover protector

Postby GeoffSmith » Mon 22.01.2018, 13:38

clemo wrote:Am i late to the party ?

Yes, but seeing as you've been busy changing your cam belt, I'll send you mine as it must be about 10 years since I drove it with the hood up. E-mail me your address.
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Re: Hood stowage cover protector

Postby Saltire » Wed 24.01.2018, 16:05

Arrived safely this monring, thanks, Geoff - and I love the screw-top tin you wrapped it in. Reminded me of my great uncle’s old film cans. If you let me know total cost inc P&P I’ll PayPal it across the county border.

See you at CC.
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Re: Hood stowage cover protector

Postby Tuga2112 » Wed 24.01.2018, 16:14

Saltire wrote:Arrived safely this monring, thanks, Geoff - and I love the screw-top tin you wrapped it in. Reminded me of my great uncle’s old film cans. If you let me know total cost inc P&P I’ll PayPal it across the county border.

See you at CC.

just dont forget to let us know if they are in good condition to be fitted :)
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Re: Hood stowage cover protector

Postby Saltire » Wed 24.01.2018, 20:19

Happy to do that, but it may take a while. I’ve had the strips out of the can, and they look fine, but to fit them, I’ll need to clean the wax off the bodywork and polish away the existing marks. Then - if we ever get a warm day again - I’ll try fitting. Given the weather, don’t hold your breath.
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Re: Hood stowage cover protector

Postby Tuga2112 » Wed 24.01.2018, 20:22

Saltire wrote:Given the weather, don’t hold your breath.
that was the same reason i didnt put my name forward to be one of the guinea pigs :P..... well that and the fact that i want to paint the covers again before putting the strip. (which requires god weatehr anyway...)
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Re: Hood stowage cover protector

Postby Dave Eds » Thu 25.01.2018, 14:04

Received mine this morning - gracias gringo! :smt028

Now where did I leave the car?...
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Re: Hood stowage cover protector

Postby Dom » Thu 25.01.2018, 17:10

Received this morning. Many thanks, Geoff. Now to remove the wax etc. one fine day...
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Re: Hood stowage cover protector

Postby Saltire » Thu 25.01.2018, 19:02

Dom wrote:. . . . one fine day...


Remind me what one of those looks like?
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Re: Hood stowage cover protector

Postby GeoffSmith » Thu 25.01.2018, 20:46

Saltire wrote:
Dom wrote:. . . . one fine day...


Remind me what one of those looks like?


Looks out of window...
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Re: Hood stowage cover protector

Postby Saltire » Thu 25.01.2018, 21:02

You can go off people, you know - even if they send you gifts in screw-top tins :twisted:
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Re: Hood stowage cover protector

Postby JusNoGood » Tue 30.01.2018, 15:48

Am I too late for one of these? :D
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Re: Hood stowage cover protector

Postby simonbuk » Fri 15.06.2018, 10:06

Can these be distributed yet ?
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Re: Hood stowage cover protector

Postby GeoffSmith » Thu 27.09.2018, 18:19

I guess these were no good as no bugger has offered to pay me! :twisted:

But I'll take some to Lotus 70 just in case…
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Re: Hood stowage cover protector

Postby Saltire » Thu 27.09.2018, 19:10

GeoffSmith wrote:I guess these were no good as no bugger has offered to pay me! :twisted:

But I'll take some to Lotus 70 just in case…


Oi! I resemble that remark:

Saltire wrote:Arrived safely this monring, thanks, Geoff - and I love the screw-top tin you wrapped it in. Reminded me of my great uncle’s old film cans. If you let me know total cost inc P&P I’ll PayPal it across the county border.


Fitted and working - and the offer still stands :wink:
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Re: Hood stowage cover protector

Postby GeoffSmith » Thu 27.09.2018, 19:15

Saltire wrote:
GeoffSmith wrote:I guess these were no good as no bugger has offered to pay me! :twisted:

But I'll take some to Lotus 70 just in case…


Oi! I resemble that remark:

Saltire wrote:Arrived safely this monring, thanks, Geoff - and I love the screw-top tin you wrapped it in. Reminded me of my great uncle’s old film cans. If you let me know total cost inc P&P I’ll PayPal it across the county border.


Fitted and working - and the offer still stands :wink:


That'll teach me to post without reading… :oops:
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Re: Hood stowage cover protector

Postby simonbuk » Fri 28.09.2018, 00:00

I f**k*n want one !!

:lol: :lol:
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Re: Hood stowage cover protector

Postby JusNoGood » Tue 02.10.2018, 17:00

GeoffSmith wrote:I guess these were no good as no bugger has offered to pay me! :twisted:

But I'll take some to Lotus 70 just in case…


Hi Geoff, i’d have bought one, do you still have some left?
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Re: Hood stowage cover protector

Postby Tuga2112 » Sat 06.10.2018, 19:34

GeoffSmith wrote:I guess these were no good as no bugger has offered to pay me! :twisted:

But I'll take some to Lotus 70 just in case…

why do i only see this today ?? and this was not mentioned all day? I dont think i had cash with me on site. but would have definitely got something sorted before returning...

Geoff, can you send me a PM with the cost with postage included and how you prefer the payment please. ill transfer the funds before the end of the week.

i cant believe its been more than a year since i added my name to the list and i still havent painted the car... :bonk:
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Re: Hood stowage cover protector

Postby simonbuk » Sat 06.10.2018, 21:59

Ok. I don't understand how I go around getting one now ? :?: :roll: :lol: I thought the idea of 'the list' was to reserve one of the last remaining few. Then the people on 'the list' would be sent one after payment details finalised ?

Sounds like some were taken to the '70th meet' if there were any left ?

I assume if we have at least one left more could be made by somebody as we would have a template ?

I have time in my hands currently so I don't mind looking into it and get a cost for more ?
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