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Greetings from Guernsey Channel Islands


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Old 04-24-2010, 05:51:54 AM
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Default Greetings from Guernsey Channel Islands

Hi all, just thought I would say hello and introduce myself.
I live in Guernsey, (a small Island in the English Channel) I race saloon cars as a hobby along with fishing around our shoreline. I also enjoy tinkering with Classic Tractors.

Great site and a huge amount of info available.
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Default Re: Greetings from Guernsey Channel Islands

Welcome.Glad to have you with us. I particularly enjoy hearing from the growing number of various places around the world. What kind of old Iron do you have there? Any shows or clubs? Have fun with it its the best hobby yet.
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Default Re: Greetings from Guernsey Channel Islands

Cheers Dave, yes there is a fair following on the Island in both stationary engines and Classic Tractors. We have various shows during the year including 3 different agricultural shows with normally a great turnout.
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