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Another Newbie Hi !!

Just joined today and wanted to say hi to everyone. I`ve just bought my first CF. Think it might need abit of work, and i`ll definitely be needing some help. Its a 1972 camper that i felt sorry for. I`ll post some pics when i work out how to do it.

Great site, and i`ll look forward to talking to you.

Jon

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Mon 26 Oct 2009 @ 19:33 Edit this messageQuote this messagePMQuote this message
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Hi Jon welcome your in good hands here, lots of advice and help given/shared. Where did you buy your van from, local, ebay or what. Mines a 72 also.

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Mon 26 Oct 2009 @ 20:03 Edit this messageQuote this messagePMQuote this message
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I also have a 72 Camper should we not have our own section ??? LOL
Heres a link to Berties page
http://thattoheathmountainrescue.piczo.com/bedfordcffreewaycamperbertie?cr=7&vsrc=search_google&linkvar=000044
Things have progressed but I cant upload any pics at the moment?

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Mon 26 Oct 2009 @ 20:51 Edit this messageQuote this messagePMQuote this message
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Thanks for the welcome. The van came from e-bay, not sure of its real condition yet, its 200 miles away in Bristol. I`ll hopefully get it back here this week. Not sure what i`m letting myself in for, lol, we`ll see. Just uploaded the ebay photo`s onto flickr if you want a look. http://www.flickr.com/photos/44089759@N08/

Like i say, think i`ve got some work to do, and i`ll need plenty of advice.
Tue 27 Oct 2009 @ 07:59 Edit this messageQuote this messagePMQuote this message
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Its an Auto Sleeper conversion I think.
First job kill the mice as they will eat the cables etc.
That should clean up to a nice van, just have to keep on top of the rust.
Keep an eye on the events section as I will post all the north west shows we attend you are welcome to come along, so thats the challenge get it on teh road for easter LOL
Must take mine for a spin, not been out for a few weeks

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The mice will definatley have to move house, yep. I`ll see how it looks when it get`s here. Either going to be a real good clean up, tart and titivate, or a complete resto! But if i can make it for Easter i`ll be looking out for the meets, cheers.
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I will post them here
http://www.bedford-cf.co.uk/mboard/forums.php?id=28
Its nothing formal, I post the details on here any one who wants to come can either organise a group display or just enter there own vehicle and meet up there, oh dont forget the barbeque and tea stuff

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Barbeque at easter, lol, now there`s wishfull thinking. I`ll bring one along just case, if she`s up and running that is.
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You could always bring a chocolate frying pan!!

I have a '72' camper too! Dont jet wash it, the dirt is structural!!
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pendlemotorcycles wrote:
....Think it might need abit of work...

I think you could be right!;D
I'm sure you'll find no insurmountable problems though.Plenty of help & advice available here if you need it.;]

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I have a '72' camper too! Dont jet wash it, the dirt is structural!


Lol, Might not have a choice there, although a good wash is gona make me smile or cry. And the chocolate frying pan sounds more usefull, lol.
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Cheers for all the words of encouridgemant, i`ll add some pics when it arrives and i`ve givin it a clean.
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