Mr Midge

  1. Pigeon_Droppings2 Member

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    ^^^ Shame you can't store it over the winter and sell it in the spring....I think it would definitely be a better time to sell.

    I'm still pondering....just don't have a garage for it and it deserves a garage I think!
     
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  2. ronan

    ronan Forum Supporter

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    What about putting it in a specialist garage and let them sell it, and deal with the dreamers and old duffers wanting to talk about the old days ?
     
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  3. norsa

    norsa old school painter

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    I feel the next guy on the list will be the buyer to be fair. Hes seen the ad, seen this site, had lots of correspondence, organised a firm to do covered transportation and found a suitable garage parking. He knows I wont drop the price and is travelling down from North Wales. The crowd are on the pitch. They think its all over.
     
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  4. norsa

    norsa old school painter

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    Really nice guy but ironically, if he does actually say no, there is a guy from South Wales wishing to rip my arm off.
     
  5. norsa

    norsa old school painter

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    Well the nice guy bought it but I have a feeling he bought it before he ever came over to see it having seen the resto here.
    Congratulations Gareth
    New chapter but don't worry, ill still be here and ill still be helping in the paint section.
    Nick
     
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  6. Wallace

    Wallace Member

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    I'm genuinely pleased to see a good outcome on the sale under the circumstances.
     
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  7. Bullet2012

    Bullet2012 Forum Supporter

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    Agree 100%. Thank you Nick for the story, as a fellow Midget (s) owner I have enjoyed the story, not sure if good luck is appropriate, but wish you and your beloved the best it can be. p.s not far away if you want to chat about stuff.
     
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  8. norsa

    norsa old school painter

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    Thankyou. Difficult to find the right words isn't it. Even I cant find the words. There is no script. Who knows, in the future, if there's a Midget category, I could help people in that respect.
    Nick
     
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