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  • 2 weeks later...

That is absolutely criminal....and not to mention perfectly good garages that are storing these cars....couldn't tell you how many times I could do with a dry garage to work on cars in the pouring rain :-(

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11 hours ago, Trevor said:

That is absolutely criminal....and not to mention perfectly good garages that are storing these cars....couldn't tell you how many times I could do with a dry garage to work on cars in the pouring rain :-(

I know what you mean Trevor! I could do with a garage myself for the a6 and my Ford escort! 

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I do have a question regarding barn find.

If you find a car in a barn/field can you really just hitch them up and take them?

Probably a silly question but curious to know.

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2 hours ago, Hamez said:

I do have a question regarding barn find.

If you find a car in a barn/field can you really just hitch them up and take them?

Probably a silly question but curious to know.

They belong to someone - of course you can't just take them 🤣😂🤣

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34 minutes ago, gsmdo said:

They belong to someone - of course you can't just take them 🤣😂🤣

I mean you say this but the bangers you find out in a field how would you go about getting your hands on them?

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1 hour ago, Hamez said:

I mean you say this but the bangers you find out in a field how would you go about getting your hands on them?

Whose field is it? 🤦‍♂️

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3 hours ago, gsmdo said:

Whose field is it? 🤦‍♂️

Not sure. I've seen an MR2 under a tarp and it's not moved in months all flat tyres. Who'd you contact?

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1 hour ago, Hamez said:

Not sure. I've seen an MR2 under a tarp and it's not moved in months all flat tyres. Who'd you contact?

Ask about - the field (and car) will belong to someone. You just have to do some legwork to find out who - then have a conversation with them...

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Hello James,

I think I’ve gained a reputation of being too soft on here, but in your opening question ‘.  ….. silly question…’ .-? 

No a very silly question surely! 

Surely you realise that you first have to enquire about the field and car ownership -? 
Sorry, but….

Kind regards,

Gareth. 

 

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38 minutes ago, Magnet said:

Hello James,

I think I’ve gained a reputation of being too soft on here, but in your opening question ‘.  ….. silly question…’ .-? 

No a very silly question surely! 

Surely you realise that you first have to enquire about the field and car ownership -? 
Sorry, but….

Kind regards,

Gareth. 

 

Well done Gareth you can't keep spoon feeding information and trying to draw maps, I am currently in the process of buying a Ford Kuga that has been sitting on someones drive and has had a whack on the front and looks like it just needs a new dash/airbags and a bolt up on the front, I went and knocked on the front door a couple of times and was finally accosted by a neighbour who asked me what I wanted he said he would pass on my interest and phone number, guess what the owner phoned me two days later and we are now negotiating, amazing what a bit of persistence will yield.

 

Steve.

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