Best smoker barges 1-5 large [Vol 21]

Best smoker barges 1-5 large [Vol 21]

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Masiv

230 posts

60 months

Thursday 17th February
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MERCEDES-BENZ CLS500 5.0 V8 (2005) £6,995



https://www.hilltop-garage.co.uk/cars/mercedes-ben...

Mark-C

3,672 posts

182 months

Thursday 17th February
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TyrannosauRoss Lex said:
W00DY said:
TyrannosauRoss Lex said:
SpeckledJim said:
Doesn't appear in the same list as the threads you've posted in though....
Every time. I can never tell if it's a wind-up, but I can almost taste Sj's tears of frustration.
My comment was tongue in cheek.... I should have put a smiley there!
Has anyone calculated the percentage of volumes that is an "in" message?

(which this one clearly is and poorly disguised too)

CharlesdeGaulle

21,468 posts

157 months

Thursday 17th February
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phil_cardiff said:
... I even have to change gear myself.
Christ, where did it all go wrong?

TyrannosauRoss Lex

30,466 posts

189 months

Thursday 17th February
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CharlesdeGaulle said:
phil_cardiff said:
... I even have to change gear myself.
Christ, where did it all go wrong?
hehe

21st Century Man

37,862 posts

225 months

Thursday 17th February
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CharlesdeGaulle said:
phil_cardiff said:
... I even have to change gear myself.
Christ, where did it all go wrong?
When my boy was big enough to sit up front, he was responsible for gear changing, although I still had to go to the trouble of calling out which gear was required.

bolidemichael

9,034 posts

178 months

Thursday 17th February
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If you chaps aren't aware, there is a RC thread on, well, an RC500.

It's a slow burner but should be great to follow.

Fresh Prince

514 posts

149 months

Thursday 17th February
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21st Century Man said:
When my boy was big enough to sit up front, he was responsible for gear changing, although I still had to go to the trouble of calling out which gear was required.
I used to do that lol. Won’t be long before my little boy is big enough to do the same.

Fresh Prince

514 posts

149 months

Thursday 17th February
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More L322 indoctrination from HPA.
https://youtu.be/jod9BmO5H7Q

grudas

1,062 posts

145 months

Thursday 17th February
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Fresh Prince said:
More L322 indoctrination from HPA.
https://youtu.be/jod9BmO5H7Q
him saying lexus is on a similar reliability level to a range rover is hilarious biggrin

yes old cars go wrong as expected but I'm pretty sure lexus is much more reliable. One is top of the list the other is always scraping the bottom.

hard fanboyism even if he does buy lexus brand.

end of day he buys old tired lexus cars and seems annoyed that he has to fix problems on them?

trevalvole

377 posts

10 months

Thursday 17th February
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bolidemichael said:
If you chaps aren't aware, there is a LC thread on, well, an LC500.

It's a slow burner but should be great to follow.
Fixed that for you, so you can get on with removing corks from bottles!

Cascade360

11,275 posts

62 months

Thursday 17th February
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https://www.autotrader.co.uk/car-details/202111029...

Sharing this not so much for the car (as lovely as it is) but because someone thought it appropriate to name their business "Titty Ho Motor Company".

21st Century Man

37,862 posts

225 months

Thursday 17th February
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Cascade360 said:
someone thought it appropriate to name their business "Titty Ho Motor Company".
And a Morgan dealer also thought that "Duff Morgan" was a good name too.

bolidemichael

9,034 posts

178 months

Thursday 17th February
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trevalvole said:
bolidemichael said:
If you chaps aren't aware, there is a LC thread on, well, an LC500.

It's a slow burner but should be great to follow.
Fixed that for you, so you can get on with removing corks from bottles!
But LC isn't an abbreviation of 'Readers' Cars'?

Am I due a whoosh?

ETA - I may be due a partial whoooosh because of LC500/RC500...

trevalvole

377 posts

10 months

Thursday 17th February
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bolidemichael said:
trevalvole said:
bolidemichael said:
If you chaps aren't aware, there is a LC thread on, well, an LC500.

It's a slow burner but should be great to follow.
Fixed that for you, so you can get on with removing corks from bottles!
But LC isn't an abbreviation of 'Readers' Cars'?

Am I due a whoosh?

ETA - I may be due a partial whoooosh because of LC500/RC500...
A partial whoooooooooooooosh, agreed

bolidemichael

9,034 posts

178 months

Thursday 17th February
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trevalvole said:
bolidemichael said:
trevalvole said:
bolidemichael said:
If you chaps aren't aware, there is a LC thread on, well, an LC500.

It's a slow burner but should be great to follow.
Fixed that for you, so you can get on with removing corks from bottles!
But LC isn't an abbreviation of 'Readers' Cars'?

Am I due a whoosh?

ETA - I may be due a partial whoooosh because of LC500/RC500...
A partial whoooooooooooooosh, agreed
So you share the honours, but not the vino smile

phil_cardiff

5,822 posts

185 months

Thursday 17th February
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Fresh Prince said:
21st Century Man said:
When my boy was big enough to sit up front, he was responsible for gear changing, although I still had to go to the trouble of calling out which gear was required.
I used to do that lol. Won’t be long before my little boy is big enough to do the same.
Teach them right. And when they're old, frail and limp wristed they can buy automatics.

Macron

7,587 posts

143 months

Thursday 17th February
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Masiv said:
MERCEDES-BENZ CLS500 5.0 V8 (2005) £6,995
Nice to see the first car posted is 40% over thread. Roll on monday when covid is cancelled!

Anyway Rodney, parked up for 8 years, "HE WHO DARES!"

http://www.autotrader.co.uk/car-details/2021111897...




nobrakes

2,158 posts

175 months

Thursday 17th February
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Masiv said:
MERCEDES-BENZ CLS500 5.0 V8 (2005) £6,995



https://www.hilltop-garage.co.uk/cars/mercedes-ben...
There are safer places I’d put 7bags but it’s a nice motor

Scrump

Original Poster:

17,803 posts

135 months

Thursday 17th February
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Heads up that the first PH Sunday Service of 2022 will be at Mercedes World on the 27th March.
Seems an appropriate venue for a smoker barge meet.

Diesel Barge Sympathiser

149 posts

58 months

Thursday 17th February
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CharlesdeGaulle said:
Can anyone that posts 'in' instead of pressing 'Watch' get an immediate Scrumping?
Why do you presume they are mutually exclusive CdG? wink