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1 minute ago, Mark armstrong said:

A got asked to do 2 old ambulance a few weeks ago but nocked them back as got too much on and to space to put them haha 

This wouldn't be until much later in the year, it depends how far you're booked up. I've got a mate who will help but he's like most others, packed out, and would only throw a day a week at it.

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He wanted to them asap mate a couldn't even do them on a night after work because already doing my work in my allotment after the day work helping my mate 

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56 minutes ago, Retired Climber said:

John Atkins was the other John at Dartline. 

Yes, I believe you are correct. I'm fairly sure Dytch and Rowbottom did pair up at one time?

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4 hours ago, Retired Climber said:

John Atkins was the other John at Dartline. 

It was 100% and used to drive a big jag.

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Was the Dartline boatyard at Bunbury locks? That’s my neck of the woods if so - one of the Johns lives at Church Minshull now. 

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13 minutes ago, monkeybusiness said:

Was the Dartline boatyard at Bunbury locks? That’s my neck of the woods if so - one of the Johns lives at Church Minshull now. 

Yes, they started out buying Shropshire Union Cruisers in the 1970's, they sold out in the late 1990's to Anglo Welsh. Any of the original owners must be well into their 70's-80's now.

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