Andrew Barnes ( email@example.com) gurgled happily, sounding much
like they were saying :
Ah, that old beastie of Steve's! I take it it's back to a normal 602 these
days? Last time I saw that, the AA man dropped me off at home after the mad
652 seized at umptymillion revs.... (I think we worked it out to about 8750
Yeh, back to standard, fond memories of that car, but unfortunately none of
us have the time to restore it.
Think it was the flywheel bolts which snapped when my bro bust it, seem to
remember he had reused them. That 652 never was that reliable.
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