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Hello to one and all,

 

I joined JOC the other day and am slowley working my way around things...

 

At present I drive a Jag Daimler soverign 4.0, which I have to admit, is gorgeous, however I would say that wouldnt I??? post-5718-0-44612600-1411771390_thumb.jp

 

I've always had a liking for the x300s, tis just the shape and the bullet proof silky smooth motor, perfick, for me anyway just perfick...

 

cheers for now

Bryn. . .

Bryn M. (Plum)

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Hello Bryn, with such a name I am going to make the assumption that you are a Welshman? English translation to Bryn = Hill.

If so where are you from buddy? I'm up in Penderyn

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Pretty close my good man,

 

Just a little further north (or should I say 'up north') in East riding of Yorkshire lad, born an bred haha.

 

Long story about the name Bryn so I won't bore you Ken, suffice to say that one of my mothers possible fathers, and my grans first husband was called 'Davies' nod nod wink wink.

 

WW11 played it's part me thinks, and uniforms of course, haha.

 

Anyway good to here from you Ken, I've spent many a happy time in Wales, from such as Cardiff and Swansea to Brecon and Hay etc.

 

Cheers,

Bryn. . .

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Welcome to the Club, Bryn.

 

I do like your car.  I nearly bought one similar, but in Black, three years ago, but it was a long wheelbase and awkward to get into my driveway.  It was in absolutely marvellous condition, but the insurance was very high as it had been owned by the Queen  ---  one of a few "Royal" cars.

 

Enjoy the club!

 

Regards,

 

Peter.

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Hi Peter,

 

Appreciate the welcome my good man.

 

I know what you mean about space and driveways, however I'm pretty lucky there with plenty of room.

As for the Queens car i also saw one for sale from  a company down south this year, in metalic grey, by the time I'd made my mind up to go and look, it had gone. Such as life eh!!!

 

cheers

Bryn. . .

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Yes, Bryn, cars do go just like that.

 

My driveway is big enough and the entrance is wide enough but the road, with houses built about 100 years ago, is not that wide and with the council allowing parking on both sides of the road, the turn in is not easy.  But I have my s type which is a great car which I can just squeeze in and reverse the car to drive out.

 

Regards,

 

Peter.

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Hi Bryn, welcome to the club. I had a Daimler Sov 4.2 in 1980s. that was a lovely car. Have S Type now.

Where in east Yorkshire are you, I have relatives in Bridlington. and I served at RAF Patrington in 1962. Lived at Sutton on Hull.

Born in North Yorkshire.

Regards

Stan.

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Hi Bryn, and welcome to the club.

 

I'm just a bit north of you, in Saltburn-By-The-Sea.

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Hi Bryn, welcome to the club. I had a Daimler Sov 4.2 in 1980s. that was a lovely car. Have S Type now.

Where in east Yorkshire are you, I have relatives in Bridlington. and I served at RAF Patrington in 1962. Lived at Sutton on Hull.

Born in North Yorkshire.

Regards

Stan.

Well good evening old bean,

 

and thankyou very much for the welcome...

 

Bridlington is just up road from us Stan, around 20 mins away, as I live in the little village of Wawne (pronounced as tho one is worn out, which most folk round ere are haha), it also just happens to be the next village along from your old stompin ground Sutton, say 3 mile give or take 100 yards or so...

 

Almost neighbours kind sir, in a round about way.

 

cheers for now

Bryn. . .

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Hi Bryn, and welcome to the club.

 

I'm just a bit north of you, in Saltburn-By-The-Sea.

Appreciate the welcome Chris.

 

However, just wondering if you've emigrated south of the border going by the Name of 'Geordie...'

 

Have been to Middlesbrough, Darlington an Newcastle a few times but the nearest I've been to you on coast in recent times is Whitby and Robin hood's bay.

 

So what's Saltburn like? just as nice???

 

cheers,

Bryn. . .

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Yes, Bryn, cars do go just like that.

 

My driveway is big enough and the entrance is wide enough but the road, with houses built about 100 years ago, is not that wide and with the council allowing parking on both sides of the road, the turn in is not easy.  But I have my s type which is a great car which I can just squeeze in and reverse the car to drive out.

 

Regards,

 

Peter.

Don't they just,

 

I have the philosophy that what happens, happens, and something better and more appealing is just around the corner.

Or do they just call that wishfull thinking haha...

 

As for the street sizes Peter, if the powers that be back then only had the forsight of how far the horsless carrage would actually tak us eh, and especially Jag's...

 

cheers for now my good man,

Bryn. . .

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