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Classic Chim

8,458 posts

83 months

Saturday 15th July 2017
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glenrobbo said:
Yes,
Les should definitely consider making the TVR Vantura. smile
That's a very good point. yes

Classic Chim

8,458 posts

83 months

Saturday 15th July 2017
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pwd95 said:
Carrying on the music theme......



My old Chim with B flat Tuba!
So chuffed I'm not the only one utilising the Chims natural practical abilities. If I took the front hoop off the bass drum it would fit in the boot. I'm not really aiming to use my Tvr as a transporter but when needs must. There's few cars with doors big enough to get my bass drum inside and hardly any that are deep enough to fit inside the available boot space unless it's a hatch back!! Some car really. thumbup

ukkid35

4,559 posts

107 months

Sunday 16th July 2017
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QBee

16,103 posts

78 months

Sunday 16th July 2017
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Classic Chim said:
pwd95 said:
Carrying on the music theme......



My old Chim with B flat Tuba!
So chuffed I'm not the only one utilising the Chims natural practical abilities. If I took the front hoop off the bass drum it would fit in the boot. I'm not really aiming to use my Tvr as a transporter but when needs must. There's few cars with doors big enough to get my bass drum inside and hardly any that are deep enough to fit inside the available boot space unless it's a hatch back!! Some car really. thumbup
What we need now is a roof off shot of a Chim with a double bass or 'cello in the passenger seat......I have had a petrol lawnmower in my Chim boot, but that isn't tuned to a particular note or chord.

N7GTX

3,653 posts

77 months

Sunday 16th July 2017
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Here's a woofer



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Andrew Gray

4,743 posts

83 months

Sunday 16th July 2017
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Twin Woofers

Andrew Gray

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83 months

Sunday 16th July 2017
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QBee

16,103 posts

78 months

Sunday 16th July 2017
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Twin dismantlers - you got away lightly at Burghley when you kindly let (my grand-) kids sit in your car.




Andrew Gray

4,743 posts

83 months

Sunday 16th July 2017
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QBee said:
Twin dismantlers - you got away lightly at Burghley when you kindly let (my grand-) kids sit in your car.



Send them down doing a front end strip down and rebuild and refresh they can help


Andrew

Byker28i

13,358 posts

151 months

Sunday 16th July 2017
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ukkid35 said:
Loving that

pwd95

8,281 posts

172 months

Monday 17th July 2017
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QBee said:
Classic Chim said:
pwd95 said:
Carrying on the music theme......



My old Chim with B flat Tuba!
So chuffed I'm not the only one utilising the Chims natural practical abilities. If I took the front hoop off the bass drum it would fit in the boot. I'm not really aiming to use my Tvr as a transporter but when needs must. There's few cars with doors big enough to get my bass drum inside and hardly any that are deep enough to fit inside the available boot space unless it's a hatch back!! Some car really. thumbup
What we need now is a roof off shot of a Chim with a double bass or 'cello in the passenger seat......I have had a petrol lawnmower in my Chim boot, but that isn't tuned to a particular note or chord.
It wouldn't fit in the passenger seat.......... scratchchin


Blown2CV

20,487 posts

137 months

Monday 17th July 2017
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time for volume 2!

Speed 3

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53 months

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