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    Blowing my own trumpet!

    I came across this on the Gentry Motors website. An addition, of which I was not aware.
    So OK! It may not be very relevent here, but it did give me a "kick" and there is a Romini in the picture for 2009.
    Jim
    Keeping people waiting is stealing a part of their lives.

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    Originally posted by Twolitre View Post
    I came across this on the Gentry Motors website. An addition, of which I was not aware.
    So OK! It may not be very relevent here, but it did give me a "kick" and there is a Romini in the picture for 2009.
    Jim
    Er,came across what Jim? No link,put the trumpet down and put a link on theres a good fellow,then we can all admire.
    Young men sow wild oats.Old men grow sage.

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      #3
      Originally posted by Ian STOCKLEY View Post
      Er,came across what Jim? No link,put the trumpet down and put a link on theres a good fellow,then we can all admire.


      Ooer!
      Trying my trumpet again!
      Hopefully here's the link! http://gentrycars.co.uk/AWARDS.htm
      Jim.
      Keeping people waiting is stealing a part of their lives.

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        #4
        Jim's missing link

        Originally posted by Ian STOCKLEY View Post
        Er,came across what Jim? No link,put the trumpet down and put a link on theres a good fellow,then we can all admire.
        Ian I think this was what Jim wanted us to see

        http://gentrycars.co.uk/AWARDS.htm

        Alf

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          #5
          Originally posted by alf39 View Post
          Ian I think this was what Jim wanted us to see

          http://gentrycars.co.uk/AWARDS.htm

          Alf
          Thats the one! Very nice pic.
          Young men sow wild oats.Old men grow sage.

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            #6
            Originally posted by Twolitre View Post
            I came across this on the Gentry Motors website. An addition, of which I was not aware.
            So OK! It may not be very relevent here, but it did give me a "kick" and there is a Romini in the picture for 2009.
            Jim

            Well done Jim, a well deserved award, great pic of the car and Romini too.
            Graham
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              #7
              Well done, Jim. Couldn't have given it to a nicer fellow!

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                #8
                Well, just another couple of pictures. As my late wife is mentioned, I thought a pictures showing the regular "family" sharing the Gentry and caravan would be acceptable.
                The first is playing a silly game on a "meet" with Rita wielding the "hammer" with our beautiful dog Shandy taking part as usual and probably wondering how he might help.
                The second is of mine and my son Pete's outfits ready to leave for Honiton about 250 miles away. Shandy's ears can be seen in the back of my car. Even a crowbar would not get him out once the van was hitched up! This Sprite was the second of about ten 12 & 13 ft vans regularly towed during the last 27 years.
                The changed colour of my car was chosen by Rita a few months before she passed away and is now set in stone.
                Jim.
                By the way the third Gentry visible under the carport was one I was building for a friend, which now resides about 5 miles away.
                Last edited by Twolitre; 25-10-2011, 13:00.
                Keeping people waiting is stealing a part of their lives.

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                  #9
                  What is the white car Jim? Is it a Yugo? I wouldnt have thought they were much good as a donor for a Gentry.

                  Peter

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                    #10
                    That was probably the best buy I ever made. Yes it was a Yugo.
                    No one wanted it and I bought for a pittance. It ran for years with little attention and Fiat parts usually fitted. My wife loved it. It was the replacement for her Mini on the right which the bottom fell out of!
                    Jim.
                    Last edited by Twolitre; 25-10-2011, 15:25.
                    Keeping people waiting is stealing a part of their lives.

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by Twolitre View Post
                      I came across this on the Gentry Motors website. An addition, of which I was not aware.
                      So OK! It may not be very relevent here, but it did give me a "kick" and there is a Romini in the picture for 2009.
                      Jim
                      Well done, and a very good taste in caravans if I may say so.

                      Peter

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                        #12
                        Well done Jim, great pics.
                        We had a yugo when I first past my test and it had a bad perspex window that fell out once when I got pulled over for a light out :/
                        Had Mini's ever since lol.

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