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I never ever thought I'd have to use the ski tunnel on the GT :(

But today I got the chance :)

I had to transport a rather nice 1930's Tiffany standard lamp from Rossendale to Ormskirk, so off comes the shade and the lamp fitted lovely without having to drop the rear seats :thumbs:

BTW the lamp looks lovely in our dining room :D :D :D
 

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:cheese: You're never right. :rolleyes: Moving to the Midlands has already affected you. :lol:

I still have my ski tunnel cherry. :D
 
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Didn't move to the Mids Mate still AONW and proud :D

Long story but I'm staying put for a little while yet :)

I didn't realise till today that the rear centre head rest lifts up :eek:

Pop that cherry you know you want to :lol:
 
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Thank chuff for that ;):p



(mumbles...bloody scousers lowering the tone) :D
I wouldn't move any where near you :tut: :lol:

No! I can't do it. :lol:
My cars is about to have its 3rd Birthday and I still haven't taken the protective plastic off the metal bits in the boot. :eek: :whistle:





At least the house prices won't go down now. :D
I've only just taken the plastic bits off my boot and my GT is nearly 5 years old :eek:
 

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Annoyingly they've ignored snowboards as the Italians don't seem to be into it, so despite the fact I have a Sportwagon with a ski tunnel, I still have to transport my snowboard wedged across the back seats covered in protective cloth.
 

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Annoyingly they've ignored snowboards as the Italians don't seem to be into it, so despite the fact I have a Sportwagon with a ski tunnel, I still have to transport my snowboard wedged across the back seats covered in protective cloth.
Upright behind passenger / drivers seat ? :thumbs:
 
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