Discussion in 'Introduce Yourselves' started by Cubic_Bubble, Feb 10, 2020.
Hi and welcome from a rather windy North Yorkshire.
Nice bus! Have fun!!
Welcome from West Lancashire - the roof on yours doesn't look like a part Westy-unless it's been modified.
P.S. my grandfather was from Edinburgh and actually was working there when he died in 1958
You think ?
Hello and Welcome from The Colonial Contingent
Although I'm technically a Weegie I lived in Edinburgh for several years when I was at University of Edinburgh, whre are you in Auld Reekie?
Oh don't worry, I didn't get it to be "cool", I've always wanted a classic and never thought I'd ever get a bus. Mostly for that fact that even when these cars were new you'd fix them with blood, sweat and tears, not just pay a technician to fix it with a laptop. I'm here for the grind not the status.
I've bounced around the west of the city most of my life but last year moved out of Clermiston to a wee village on the outskirts.
Welcome from the Barnsley beach
Ah, my mistake.
I shouldn't have used @Terrordales and sensible in the same sentence!!!
Welcome from cold and windy Sheffield
blood, sweat, tears and sleepless nights are part and parcel of owning a bus..add a hint of craziness & a few beers and you'll be about right
Keep us posted on what you are doing, its always good to see the projects taking place and what is being done to them.
Hello from The South!
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