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dublin boy

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About dublin boy

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  • Birthday 02/11/1969

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    Dublin, Ireland
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    Shay O'Dowd

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  1. Coming along very nicely Steve. Excellent paint finish.
  2. Yep, the last one I did was Ink and paint too. Didn't come out that nice! lol
  3. Nice work on the black trim JC, I always find it tricky on a 911.
  4. This implies that you were living over here somewhere in a big Castle married to a Countess JC! The mind boggles. lol
  5. you mean it was a "bitsa"? I had a Mk1 Fiesta that was made up from bits and pieces of other cars. It went well for a 1300 cc lol
  6. Never knew there was a US version JC, any pics?
  7. Nice, looks a bit like the RS Turbo version we got in Europe. Well apart from the front end!
  8. Apologies as a fellow Celt Les. I've only ever been as far as Duns to the Jim Clark room, but at least I got to Scotland once.
  9. Thanks Noel, it would be the classic English Rod.
  10. Always nice to see a Pop being built up. Nice mods. Noel, the Anglia has been repopped a couple of times, so has the van version, very old school kits but the only game in town if you want to build a Pop, just need a Rover V8....
  11. I agree it's a better show JC, but it's a much newer programme that has a much higher budget, no Fiat Panda 4x4s or worn out Jensen Interceptors with holes in the floor. You can't really compare them, some of the original episodes must be getting on for 20 years ago.
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