New Fishing Transport

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New Fishing Transport

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That looks a heck of a motor Keith.

Hope you get a lot of pleasure now.

I'm out of work now so hope to be ouit and about a nbit more

All the best

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At least when completed I will be able to have a brew and get my head down between tides lol,
Thanks Richard mate.
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Nice set of wheels keith B-)

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love the new fishin wheels kieth, it looks ideal for the job mate.

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Nice one Keith you have a good base for what your going to do


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Nice Van Keith - But a 5L lump would scare the hell out of my wallet - would need a tanker on standby all the time. Bet it has a lovely burble though!

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Hi Colin mate, Its not as bad as you might think with the LPG gas Conversion I should Average the Cost of 40 to 50 mpg as oposed to petrol and should recuperate the outlay just in fuel alone in about 6 months for the conversion.
The other thing in favour of it is that I can park in any layby for the night thus saving camping site fees. I already have an inverter 12 volt to 240 as well as a small generator. It will come into its own in such venues as Holyhead breakwater and Spurn. I am sure I will find plenty more venues like this.
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nice bus keith plenty of room too.

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rabbi2 wrote:I am sure I will find plenty more venues like this.
and plenty more people looking to fish with you too on a winters night with the kettle boiling and the sausages(or fillets) on the pan :D :D
good luck with it, nice motor

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I will update my progress in the Lounge and provide pics at the same time as I don't think General is the place to continue this.

http://www.sea-fishing.org/ftopic-30250-15.html
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