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#1 delboy59

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Posted 06 February 2008 - 20:22

:clap: ANOTHER APPEAL I'M AFRAID

I'm on the hunt for any pix you have of F5000 cars racing, hill climbing or whatever from the UK as well as any particular memories people have...I can't promise to be able to pay for them or use them all in my new project BUT if I do use a significant number of them you WILL be rewarded.

Thanks in anticipation

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#2 Stephen W

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Posted 07 February 2008 - 11:08

Originally posted by delboy59
:clap: ANOTHER APPEAL I'M AFRAID

I'm on the hunt for any pix you have of F5000 cars racing, hill climbing or whatever from the UK as well as any particular memories people have...I can't promise to be able to pay for them or use them all in my new project BUT if I do use a significant number of them you WILL be rewarded.

Thanks in anticipation


Have emailed you! :wave:

#3 Giraffe

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Posted 07 February 2008 - 11:10

Hi Derek,
I'm an existing customer of yours. I've some very early pics of F5000 at Oulton Park, and I'll dig them out when I'm home at the weekend, and contact you directly. One or two of them might be of interest to you.

Regards,

Tony Gallagher.

#4 Giraffe

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Posted 10 February 2008 - 19:15

Done Derek!

Tony Gallagher.

#5 Bruce R Moxon

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Posted 10 February 2008 - 20:29

I have quite a few I took at last year's Phillip Island (Australia) historic meeting. Are they any good to you?



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#6 delboy59

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Posted 10 February 2008 - 22:21

Let's have a look - there may be something there I can use, although to be honest I'm after pictures taken of cars that compete(d) in the UK...

Thanks

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