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Moko
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 22, 2011 10:09 am    Post subject:

Sorry Stephen,
I'd rather not give that kind of info out ANYWHERE!
And, as yet, Ive been a bit busy to go check the reg-
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 22, 2011 12:42 pm    Post subject:

Sanjra,

I wouldn't neither trust a bunch of kakariki addicts signlol

Sorry, couldn't resist, just kidding. You are 100% right about giving that kind of info. privately only.

Btw... rumour has it Steps is modifying his Camaro to join the Nascar.

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 22, 2011 5:44 pm    Post subject:

Bad rumour signlol
Thu the Bradford came home yesterday with the new engine and gearbox.
Need to put the new floor boards , new drive shaft and should be away again.
Was hoping to have it ready for a show tomorrow...

If want to send info privately use the PM or email tags at the bottom of the members post.

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 23, 2011 1:27 am    Post subject:

No, i'd rather not give that info out, full stop.
Cars get cloned with less info, sorry.

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 23, 2011 10:51 am    Post subject:

Sanjra,

could you please elaborate about 'cloning' cars?
Sorry that I made jokes about it, didn't think it was a serious issue.
Now I'm curious.

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 23, 2011 9:30 pm    Post subject:

Cloning cars is getting to be a problem in the uk mainly with high value cars. Basicly you have 2 identical cars e.g car A black 3 series BMW, car B a black 3 series BMW. Every thing is the same about the cars apart from the registration number. What people are doing is getting a copy of a number plate of CAR A and putting it on CAR B ( which could be stolen to order). Then either sell it or use it for crime from not paying for petrol ( bilking) to robberys etc. Due to CAR B has CAR A reg number the owner of CAR A has to prove that it wasn't them commiting the crime.

If the cloned CAR B is sold they usually sell it cheaper than it should be so buyers think they've got a bargin. If you do buy a car and it is found to be stolen ( police check the V I N number etc) the car usually goes back to the original owners and you dont get your money back.
Roughly thats cloning.
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 24, 2011 3:34 am    Post subject:

456, thx for the explanation.
Sorry if I seem a bit naive sometimes, I have become some sort of hermit as of late, I barely watch tv or read the newspapers anymore. Not worth my time.
They have been stealing luxury cars here in Spain also, and I guess those guys that do it have the ideas/methods to sort the stuff out to make them 'legal', usually in some other country.
Using stolen cars for robberies or terrorist attacks, I was familiar with, but never thought of it as a means to fill up for free.

I thought that kind of 'rascal' things only happened in '3rd world European countries' like Spain, Portugal and Italy.

I only follow sports, especially football. This year at last Real Madrid has a decent coach, now we just need a decent striker.


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 02, 2011 1:23 pm    Post subject:

Hi Moko
Please be assured that I have no intention of cloning your Jimp! I'm merely an enthusiast trying to collect as much information as I can on what is an incredibly rare vehicle. Of course, I wouldn't publish anything regarding your vehicle on my website if you'd rather I didn't, but I'd still be fascinated to add your Jimp's details to my personal register. If you'd rather not share this information then I'll quite understand, however it would be a shame for its details to go unrecorded. You probably didn't realise it, but with your one Jimp you probably own about 5% of the world's total surviving Jimp population, so it's rare and important information (for a Jimp geek like me anyway!).
Sorry to plague you, but you did go and use the 'J' word on the public internet, and I don't miss much!
Cheers, Stephen

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