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#51 chopsuzy

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Posted 22 May 2009 - 15:40

:wave: Everyone

I have just come across this site on google, the pictures are beautiful of my Aunty Dane, I cant believe she has a whole dedicated fan club :)

We have lots of photos mid race that I could scan onto here, but I'll ask Dane before i put them on, although i see she has replied a couple of times :)

Thanks again





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#52 Russell Burrows

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Posted 22 May 2009 - 16:01

:wave: Everyone

I have just come across this site on google, the pictures are beautiful of my Aunty Dane, I cant believe she has a whole dedicated fan club :)

We have lots of photos mid race that I could scan onto here, but I'll ask Dane before i put them on, although i see she has replied a couple of times :)

Thanks again



Hi Chop, and welcome. Yeah, It'll be good to see some more of Aunty Dane. :)

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Posted 22 May 2009 - 18:37

Suzy - it's ok to scan the pics, I think Dave has them in a box on one of the shelves under the stairs - see whether he has a copy of the one of Sue, me, Dave and Mick as little kids with that bicycle + sidecar :p

Otherwise - someone asked about some pix of the catvan. I think there may be at least one on the Cat Gallery under "Rudi's stuff" on our www.catbikes.ch website.
I also keep meaning to upload some pix of the Yamaha 3 cyl. bikes he made for the Yamaha factory but no sooner than I mean to do it, something crops up. (Like now - downloading, restoring and repairing and uploading well over half a million files after some swine hacked into and destroyed a friends's numismatic website just two weeks after he passed away... when I finally managed to block him, he sent a mailbomb to my friend's email address but the b*****d used at least two anonymous IP servers to send it.


Dane

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Posted 22 May 2009 - 21:32

something crops up. (Like now - downloading, restoring and repairing and uploading well over half a million files after some swine hacked into and destroyed a friends's numismatic website just two weeks after he passed away... when I finally managed to block him, he sent a mailbomb to my friend's email address but the b*****d used at least two anonymous IP servers to send it.


Dane


Hells Teeth !! :eek:

Don't you wish you were back in the tray, Dane? :wave: :rotfl:




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Posted 23 May 2009 - 19:01

Hello HEMEYLA,
may I ask you where you found this pic?
It's mine !
Yes it's early morning TT practice.


It's a nice picture Henri-Michel.

Realy don't know where I found it years ago, and can't find it back on the WWWeb now, do you know this one ? .... Link.

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Posted 26 May 2009 - 10:13

Yes Dad says he has some great pics in that box, one with you wearing some sort of captains hat in your bike stuff :drunk:

I'll have a look tonight, and I'll get them scanned on sometime this week. :rotfl:

Its so exciting Dane :p having your own little fan page.. very cute indeed.

:D


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Posted 27 May 2009 - 14:08

Realy don't know where I found it years ago, and can't find it back on the WWWeb now, do you know this one ? .... Link.


Hello Hemeyla,
of course I know these pics, they are mine as well !

Here one taken by Christian Lacombe at the TT in 1969.
The driver is Copson.
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Posted 27 May 2009 - 15:15

Realy don't know where I found it years ago, and can't find it back on the WWWeb now, do you know this one ? .... Link.


Hello Hemeyla,
of course I know these pics, they are mine as well !

Here one taken by Christian Lacombe at the TT in 1969.
The driver is Copson.
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Michel...and of course Dane, what a great shot....... :up:

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Posted 27 May 2009 - 15:53

Would that be ballaugh bridge folks? Love the expression on Danes face :shock:;) look at those thin tyres!

Edited by TZ350, 27 May 2009 - 15:53.


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Posted 01 June 2009 - 10:37

Suzy - it's ok to scan the pics, I think Dave has them in a box on one of the shelves under the stairs - see whether he has a copy of the one of Sue, me, Dave and Mick as little kids with that bicycle + sidecar :p

Otherwise - someone asked about some pix of the catvan. I think there may be at least one on the Cat Gallery under "Rudi's stuff" on our www.catbikes.ch website.
I also keep meaning to upload some pix of the Yamaha 3 cyl. bikes he made for the Yamaha factory but no sooner than I mean to do it, something crops up. (Like now - downloading, restoring and repairing and uploading well over half a million files after some swine hacked into and destroyed a friends's numismatic website just two weeks after he passed away... when I finally managed to block him, he sent a mailbomb to my friend's email address but the b*****d used at least two anonymous IP servers to send it.


Dane


Thanks for the catvan link :up:

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Posted 08 October 2009 - 13:06

Hello everyone.
I was just writing an email to a friend in the US who may have to go to Finland on
business and remembered two things that happened when we were racing there.
Thought I may as well post them here as well, for posterity 'n all...

At one Finnish GP Siggi Schauzu used the long straight road between the circuit (which was actually closed-off public roads) and the Russian border as a test road for his sidecar outfit. The road was about 5 miles long and as straight as a die. Well, the Russians saw this silver bullet-like affair hurtling down the road towards them at the first of the border posts and actually shot at him... He came back to the paddock very shaken and showing us the scars on his fairing where the bullets had hit at an angle.

A funnier thing I remember about the GP in Finland are the "burning bogs". The toilets in the paddock were simply two 3ftx3ft wooden boxes (no doors, so I got a local spectator whom we knew from previous years to bring a couple of old sheets and nails and I made "doors" out of them) and a hole in the ground. Of course having over 150 riders plus their mechanics and other team members use them.. well the holes got filled up pretty quickly so you had to be careful where you stood. The floor was covered with crumpled up newspapers as "protection". Well, on the Sunday, after the race, Barry Sheene came round asking for petrol donations, just a few drops per team. 30 minutes later the loos were up in flames.
When the police (who were there all the time for some reason) made inquiries, we were all standing around and another of the most famous riders said, po-faced: "Well, I saw one of the police go in to the toilet smoking a cigarette. When he came out he didn't have the cigarette any more and the loos were suddenly in flames. Perhaps he dropped it on the newspapers on the floor...." I remember the policeman, the only one who spoke English, looking at him and waving his finger at him to and fro, saying "nooo, nooo, nooo"...
I actually have a newspaper cutting in my album, with a pic of the loos on fire, which our friend the spectator mentioned above sent me, together with a translation.

Must get back to my numismatics - I am currently translating a book on a certain type of ancient coinage, plus doing the last 100 coin identifications for a "coin ID customer" then adding more coins to wildwinds.com

So bye for the moment !
Dane

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Posted 08 October 2009 - 15:23

Hello everyone.
I was just writing an email to a friend in the US who may have to go to Finland on
business and remembered two things that happened when we were racing there.
Thought I may as well post them here as well, for posterity 'n all...

At one Finnish GP Siggi Schauzu used the long straight road between the circuit (which was actually closed-off public roads) and the Russian border as a test road for his sidecar outfit. The road was about 5 miles long and as straight as a die. Well, the Russians saw this silver bullet-like affair hurtling down the road towards them at the first of the border posts and actually shot at him... He came back to the paddock very shaken and showing us the scars on his fairing where the bullets had hit at an angle.

A funnier thing I remember about the GP in Finland are the "burning bogs". The toilets in the paddock were simply two 3ftx3ft wooden boxes (no doors, so I got a local spectator whom we knew from previous years to bring a couple of old sheets and nails and I made "doors" out of them) and a hole in the ground. Of course having over 150 riders plus their mechanics and other team members use them.. well the holes got filled up pretty quickly so you had to be careful where you stood. The floor was covered with crumpled up newspapers as "protection". Well, on the Sunday, after the race, Barry Sheene came round asking for petrol donations, just a few drops per team. 30 minutes later the loos were up in flames.
When the police (who were there all the time for some reason) made inquiries, we were all standing around and another of the most famous riders said, po-faced: "Well, I saw one of the police go in to the toilet smoking a cigarette. When he came out he didn't have the cigarette any more and the loos were suddenly in flames. Perhaps he dropped it on the newspapers on the floor...." I remember the policeman, the only one who spoke English, looking at him and waving his finger at him to and fro, saying "nooo, nooo, nooo"...
I actually have a newspaper cutting in my album, with a pic of the loos on fire, which our friend the spectator mentioned above sent me, together with a translation.

Must get back to my numismatics - I am currently translating a book on a certain type of ancient coinage, plus doing the last 100 coin identifications for a "coin ID customer" then adding more coins to wildwinds.com

So bye for the moment !
Dane


Hi Dane, good to see you back with us. Anecdotes from you top level guys - we love 'em.....can we please have some more sometime.

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Posted 08 October 2009 - 15:53

Hi Dane, good to see you back with us. Anecdotes from you top level guys - we love 'em.....can we please have some more sometime.


Yes , as Russ said , more like that please :up:

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Posted 08 October 2009 - 16:15

Smashing Dane, thanks for that!! :wave:

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Posted 08 October 2009 - 18:03

With Wolfgang Kalauch and Helmut Fath 1969.

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Hi Dane. I just love this pic. It looks like you´ve just told Wolfgang and Helmut a dirty joke and the don´t know whether to laugh or not. :rotfl:
You seem to have known them quite well, so maybe you can tell us a bit about them.
Hope I´m not imposing.
BTW, we met a few times, but then, you must have met thousands of people during your racing years and I was just another face in the crowd. Always loved your style and admired you tremendously.
Hope you and Rudy are happy and well. :wave:

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Posted 31 October 2009 - 22:44

Dane is as clever as she is beautiful. She is an expert on ancient coins and is often called upon to identify them. She has also translated complex works on numismatics. The CAT Crescent must have been a very effective bit of kit. Apparently Rudi and Dane established a track record at Modena that was never broken.

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Posted 31 October 2009 - 22:48

Does anyone have any photos of Inge Stoll?

#68 Geoff E

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Posted 01 November 2009 - 12:48

Does anyone have any photos of Inge Stoll?


You should be able to find some by Googling - here's one

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Posted 08 November 2009 - 16:53

We bought an outfit from Rudi Kurt in 1967 and raced it the whole 1968 season in France. It was a fabricated steel-sheet chassis seam welded with fabricated Earles front end and used Dunlop racing tires designed for Mini Coopers. The engine was a highly tuned 500cc BMW that Rudi had developed to be pretty much equaling that of a Rennsport as far as power and torque. We traveled to Switzerland and met Kurt at a large farm house where he had all kinds of machinery, and I remembered that he was very gracious and very helpful.
We did not have to do anything the the outfit, it truly was race ready.
My friend Dominique Brejat was going to have his wife as the passenger, but she developed a bubble at about mid waist, so Dominique asked me if I would not mind to substitute until the outcome would be settled.

The machine handled very nicely and we were quite competitive, racing at venues such as Magny Cours, Bourg en Bresse and several hillclimbs in which we actually won.
I kept fond memories of these times, they were simply great.

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The only thing I have left of it is this:

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And the wonderful memories... :)

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Posted 08 November 2009 - 17:11

Hi Dane,

Rob North sends a "big Hello". I was at his shop yesterday and mentioned you.


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Posted 15 February 2010 - 21:27

Well, I'm only, like, three months late to say thanks to bsracer for his greetz from Rob North. :well:
Just popped by to nick a picture for someone in the US. I need to print one out and sign it for him.

By the way, a Swiss bloke wrote to us a couple of months ago and told us that he'd bought a CAT sidecar model with teeny little figures of Rudi and I made by a small French company. With a lot of googling I managed to find the company that makes them (along with a very strange translation from the original French description) and ordered a couple - one for us, one for our friend Don in the USA, plus a Lotus model for Him on the Sofa. In case anyone is interested (no, we do not get any commission :p ) they are sold by grandprixmodels.com in the UK who also sell other outfits e.g. Biland's BEO, a couple of BMWs, Chris Vincent's BSA (I think I saw that one there) and several others.

http://www.grandprix...i...age=&back=1

Hope you are all keeping warm this cold winter !
Dane

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Posted 16 February 2010 - 20:23

Well, I'm only, like, three months late to say thanks to bsracer for his greetz from Rob North. :well:
Just popped by to nick a picture for someone in the US. I need to print one out and sign it for him.

By the way, a Swiss bloke wrote to us a couple of months ago and told us that he'd bought a CAT sidecar model with teeny little figures of Rudi and I made by a small French company. With a lot of googling I managed to find the company that makes them (along with a very strange translation from the original French description) and ordered a couple - one for us, one for our friend Don in the USA, plus a Lotus model for Him on the Sofa. In case anyone is interested (no, we do not get any commission :p ) they are sold by grandprixmodels.com in the UK who also sell other outfits e.g. Biland's BEO, a couple of BMWs, Chris Vincent's BSA (I think I saw that one there) and several others.

http://www.grandprix...i...age=&back=1

Hope you are all keeping warm this cold winter !
Dane



Nice you to keep us posted Dane, it's still a cold winter here but Britain even had a little flurry :rotfl: I heard. If you think of any more good old stories we'd love to hear them please.
best wishes,

David :wave:

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Posted 16 February 2010 - 23:49

A small contribution from me is this, my one and only pic of Kurth/Rowe. Taken, I believe, at the John Player International at Silverstone 1973. I remember seeing the outfit ontop of the Citroen DS estate and thinking at the time that it was an unusual way of saving money on transport costs! Didn't really appreciate the ingenuity of it all back then as an 18year old!

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Posted 17 February 2010 - 01:11

Thanks for the very nice picture, Dane must have strong leg muscles.

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Posted 17 February 2010 - 06:41

:wave: Hi Dane and thanks for posting.

Please keep in touch, all of us old farts on the forum are always glad to hear from you! :up: :wave: :kiss:

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Posted 17 February 2010 - 08:56

Ahh!! the one thats a die cast model? great shot Push, & Puma trainers they bring back the memories!! :up:

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Posted 19 May 2010 - 18:54

Like this thread, I spoke to Dane a few years ago as she gave my dads details to a lady in 65/6. He gave the lady a test as she wanted to be a passenger and my dad lived near brands. I have a picture that the lady did of my dad on his outfit. It must be 66 as its the kneeler with Fritz Scheidegger's fairings on it. I am hoping to rebuild all 3 of my dads outfits, that how i got hold of Dane as i need the fairings for the 66 bike. But the molds have long gone. Dane kindly gave me John Robinsons addres but i went and lost it. Fool i know but still keep looking.

Kevin, son of John Sweet.

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Posted 19 May 2010 - 19:27

Hi Kevin :wave: I reckon you will enjoy researching your dad's racing and restoring the outfits...what a great project. It should be very rewarding and well worth doing :clap: :clap: :clap:



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Posted 19 May 2010 - 19:46

Hi Kevin :wave: I reckon you will enjoy researching your dad's racing and restoring the outfits...what a great project. It should be very rewarding and well worth doing :clap: :clap: :clap:



David


Yes great projects. Damned expensive tho. None have engines!!! So after the lottery win i shall have 2 Manx engines and a Rennsport. Closely followd by a vinyard in france and a tax free life in the UK and Huw Heffners house n playmates. Sorry thats the red wine talking........will get the bikes running tho.

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Posted 28 January 2011 - 12:33

Without wishing to blow my own trumpet :p keep your eyes open for the latest edition (Feb/March 2011) of the English retro fashion mag with guess who on the cover :eek: . "Men's File". No, it's nothing like Playboy but one of the pics of me in my wilder days DOES have me showing a bit of leg whilst balanced precariously on a steel railing on the prom at Douglas :p ... I haven't seen it yet though the editor has put a couple of examples in the post for me.

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Posted 28 January 2011 - 12:39

Without wishing to blow my own trumpet :p keep your eyes open for the latest edition (Feb/March 2011) of the English retro fashion mag with guess who on the cover :eek: . "Men's File". No, it's nothing like Playboy but one of the pics of me in my wilder days DOES have me showing a bit of leg whilst balanced precariously on a steel railing on the prom at Douglas :p ... I haven't seen it yet though the editor has put a couple of examples in the post for me.



I'm about to leg it down the newsagents. Oh, and good to hear from you again :kiss:

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Posted 28 January 2011 - 13:02

Without wishing to blow my own trumpet :p keep your eyes open for the latest edition (Feb/March 2011) of the English retro fashion mag with guess who on the cover :eek: . "Men's File". No, it's nothing like Playboy but one of the pics of me in my wilder days DOES have me showing a bit of leg whilst balanced precariously on a steel railing on the prom at Douglas :p ... I haven't seen it yet though the editor has put a couple of examples in the post for me.



Look forward to that , Dane :love: , think i'll pop along to W.H. Smiths and have a look .............................. :wave:


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Posted 28 January 2011 - 15:43

How the hell can I get this mag? I'm relying on you Fil to post :love:

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Posted 28 January 2011 - 17:26

http://www.mensfile.com/ :love:

You can turn over the pages ... it's a long way to page 140 but well worth the effort! :)

Edited by Geoff E, 28 January 2011 - 17:38.


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Posted 28 January 2011 - 17:35

http://www.mensfile.com/ :love:



Well , don't fancy a 380 mile round trip to view :blush: , think we'll have to rely on others to post  ;)


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Posted 28 January 2011 - 17:50

http://www.mensfile.com/ :love:

You can turn over the pages ... it's a long way to page 140 but well worth the effort! :)

Thanks Geoff, I was in the process of thanking you whilst complaining about the 140 pages, when your edit flashed up on the screen. As you say, well worth the effort.


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Posted 28 January 2011 - 17:54

Well , don't fancy a 380 mile round trip to view :blush: , think we'll have to rely on others to post ;)

380?, 3800 round trip more like, unless of course you're in Tenerife  ;)


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Posted 28 January 2011 - 18:21

380?, 3800 round trip more like, unless of course you're in Tenerife ;)



Well , turned over the pages , now , great pics , Dane , thanks for the link , Geoff :up: :wave:


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Posted 29 January 2011 - 09:21

You can order a copy in the UK from here www.themagazineman.co.uk Ordered mine yesterday and received confirmation of dispatch
this morning :)

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Posted 14 February 2011 - 15:41

HI, hope that Dane gets to read this.

I spoke to Dane a few years ago about my dad, a lady that was interested in being a passenger back in the 60's spoke to Dane and asked who could be a safe bet for a first-time out in a chair. Somehow my dads name cropped up and he help this lady find her feet. Sorry to say my dad cant remember the name of the lady nor could Dane remember my dad, so i have found some pics of dad and put them on flikr.

It was nice talking to Dane and hope to again soon.

http://www.flickr.co...N06/5441958488/

http://www.flickr.co...N06/5441600815/

http://www.flickr.co...N06/5441498683/ my dad is not in this shot but the main fairing came via Fritz

Cheers

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Posted 14 February 2011 - 17:14

Great shots , Kevin :up: , thanks

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Posted 15 March 2011 - 16:06

Hey Dane, will I see you tonight?

http://sandiego.crai...2266639738.html

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Posted 09 November 2012 - 19:33

Dane popping up on the French GP film triggered a bit of a search:
http://rocinantemeca...-with-dane.html

Edited by Russell Burrows, 09 November 2012 - 19:34.


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Posted 09 November 2012 - 20:03

Dane popping up on the French GP film triggered a bit of a search:
http://rocinantemeca...-with-dane.html


Russell, I was just about to post the same link! Just finished my shift, curled up on my bunk to watch 'Continental Circus' on my iPhone for the millionth time, on impulse put in a google search for 'sidecar tt 1969, number 56', which drew a blank, but offered the Dane Rowe link instead. After reading the article, outfit no.5 in '69 tt is filmed in CC rounding Governer's.
ps. anyone know who the crew no.56 are, who crashed coming out of the dip in '69?

pps. found it eventually, 1969 sidecar tt no. 56 was R Coxon and C Newbold on a 500 bsa

Edited by johnyC, 05 August 2013 - 22:53.


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Posted 10 November 2012 - 12:53

Russell, I was just about to post the same link! Just finished my shift, curled up on my bunk to watch 'Continental Circus' on my iPhone for the millionth time, on impulse put in a google search for 'sidecar tt 1969, number 56', which drew a blank, but offered the Dane Rowe link instead. After reading the article, outfit no.5 in '69 tt is filmed in CC rounding Governer's.
ps. anyone know who the crew no.56 are, who crashed coming out of the dip in '69?

Fraid not, Johny. Gave Dane a nudge though, so she might say hello.

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Posted 15 November 2012 - 17:34

[quote name='Russell Burrows' date='Nov 9 2012, 16:03' post='6017637']
Dane popping up on the French GP film triggered a bit of a search:
Hello Russel,
Have a look there :
http://www.ina.fr/vi...-france.fr.html
Enjoy !

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Posted 15 November 2012 - 21:19

Hi Michel, long time no see. How's life? I saw the link earlier and posted it on, I think, the 49 thread. Thanks for thinking of us anyway. :up:

#98 Russell Burrows

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Posted 02 January 2013 - 22:14

Nice shot of the CAT, aye.
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Posted 02 January 2013 - 22:54

Nice shot of the CAT, aye.
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The late Aga was always my favourite

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Posted 03 January 2013 - 14:34

Nice shot of the CAT, aye.
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My my, that is delightful.. :up: