Hi from Bendigo

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BernieQ
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Re: Hi from Bendigo

Post by BernieQ » Fri Sep 28, 2018 5:32 am

Bit like the bloke in NCIS building a boat in his basement ?
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Re: Hi from Bendigo

Post by T1 Terry » Fri Sep 28, 2018 1:36 pm

Grandad wrote:
Thu Sep 27, 2018 10:45 pm
You know something Dot?
The very first instance I ever read about someone restoring a vintage caravan was one where the buyer had to do just that to get the van out of the sellers backyard.
I remember thinking how keen you'd have to be to do that.
It was an old Viscount I think

Jim
The "crane" was a massive Hiab on the back of an 8 wheeler, did it with ease and it wasn't all that expensive. If they had said what they need to happen before they could pick it up we would have jumped at that option rather than the winch on the truck tray. It would have been cheaper than the winch, saved a day in fitting the thing and it crapped itself anyway :roll:

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