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Re: Spooner Restorations

Postby Dc2T » Tue Dec 17, 2013 7:40 am

No, but consider he might just be busy and not spend all his time on here to check on posts. You only posted less than 2 days ago. If youre in dyer need of the pic try pming him
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Re: Spooner Restorations

Postby Dc2T » Tue Dec 17, 2013 7:42 am

Dire* cant edit for spelling on here apparently
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Re: Spooner Restorations

Postby spooner » Tue Dec 17, 2013 9:49 am

snips19 wrote:
snips19 wrote:Hi do you have a PIC of the white b series cover in a engine bay


Hi do you also need 100 post to be able to get a response from you and to buy a cover?


If you look through the thread I'm pretty sure there's a pic of a c/w b series with red H... I'll have a look through my photobucket when I get a chance buddy sorry for late reply.
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Re: Spooner Restorations

Postby snips19 » Tue Dec 17, 2013 10:41 am

Dc2T wrote:Dire* cant edit for spelling on here apparently


Sorry but why are you getting involved this is why new users of witch forums need to be successful stop posting.

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Re: Spooner Restorations

Postby snips19 » Tue Dec 17, 2013 10:43 am

snips19 wrote:
Dc2T wrote:Dire* cant edit for spelling on here apparently


Sorry but why are you getting involved this is why new users of witch forums need to be successful stop posting.

Chris.


Thanks for reply could you let me know how it works i.e. payment and sending you my cover.

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Re: Spooner Restorations

Postby Dc2T » Tue Dec 17, 2013 10:56 am

snips19 wrote:
Dc2T wrote:Dire* cant edit for spelling on here apparently


Sorry but why are you getting involved this is why new users of witch forums need to be successful stop posting.

Chris.


It was nothing to do about new users, or about who can post on what forum. I replied because of what you said, implying that spooner was ignoring you because you didnt have the correct post count. It looks like youre getting arsey as he didnt get back to you instantly.
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Re: Spooner Restorations

Postby snips19 » Tue Dec 17, 2013 11:07 am

Dc2T wrote:
snips19 wrote:
Dc2T wrote:Dire* cant edit for spelling on here apparently


Sorry but why are you getting involved this is why new users of witch forums need to be successful stop posting.

Chris.


It was nothing to do about new users, or about who can post on what forum. I replied because of what you said, implying that spooner was ignoring you because you didnt have the correct post count. It looks like youre getting arsey as he didnt get back to you instantly.


The only reason I asked what I did is because you had a reply on a later post I apologies if I came across as being arsey that is not my nature.

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Re: Spooner Restorations

Postby Dc2T » Tue Dec 17, 2013 11:18 am

No worries mate :)
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Re: Spooner Restorations

Postby spooner » Tue Dec 17, 2013 11:39 am

Go easy chaps it's Christmas! Ho ho ho. I can only offer part exchange deals on the b series at the moment, for example if you wanted wrinkle red you pay £70 posted, I send new one out, once received and fitted send your old one back. Prices have changed on the smooth finishes, starting from £80 part exchange for spoon yellow for example. Drop me a pm and we can discuss or ring me directly on 07515881784. My Facebook page is: www.facebook.com/SpoonerRestorations - if you can't get hold of me on here.

I've got a few jobs booked in so if anybody wants painting work done I'm happy to book you in for Janruary time :) Happy Christmas everyone! Paul
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Re: Spooner Restorations

Postby integraah » Thu Dec 19, 2013 11:38 pm

That Juiced green looks good.
Have you got a paint code for that, or could I buy a tin of it maybe?
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Re: Spooner Restorations

Postby spooner » Fri Dec 20, 2013 11:08 am

integraah wrote:That Juiced green looks good.
Have you got a paint code for that, or could I buy a tin of it maybe?


Can sell you some buddy it's 2k Basecoat, ready for use. How much do you want? Would prefer it if I could paint something but equally I can sell you some paint.
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Re: Spooner Restorations

Postby integraah » Fri Dec 20, 2013 11:34 pm

spooner wrote:
integraah wrote:That Juiced green looks good.
Have you got a paint code for that, or could I buy a tin of it maybe?


Can sell you some buddy it's 2k Basecoat, ready for use. How much do you want? Would prefer it if I could paint something but equally I can sell you some paint.


So it would be ready to apply straight away? Any laquer needed after?
Erm I reckon I would need around 500ml tin if possible? How much posted?
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Re: Spooner Restorations

Postby EF Ian » Sun Dec 22, 2013 11:10 am

Do you think you could get McLaren Volcano Red paint? I'd like my RB26 engine covers painted In this colour.
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Re: Spooner Restorations

Postby integraah » Wed Jan 01, 2014 3:46 pm

Im ready to buy some of that Juiced green whenever you are mate.
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Re: Spooner Restorations

Postby spooner » Thu Jan 02, 2014 10:13 pm

Sorry for the late reply guys - can do any colour as long as you have the paint code :) as for the juiced green I can only spare 250ml as I need it for a project. Send me a pm chaps :)
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