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    Welcome to the forum as an advertiser Dale :thumb:

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    Welcome Dale. :veryhappy:

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    Dale who?

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    Originally posted by Darren'Teffers'Langeveld@Nov 9 2010, 08:10 PM
    Dale who?
    Dunno, but I think he's from Yorkshire.
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    Originally posted by Screacher@Nov 9 2010, 08:11 PM
    Dunno, but I think he's from Yorkshire.
    I thought Tim was from Yorkshire :fish:
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    Originally posted by Mark@Nov 9 2010, 08:14 PM
    I thought Tim was from Yorkshire :fish:
    He lives in Holland though :whistle:
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    Originally posted by Screacher@Nov 9 2010, 08:11 PM
    Dunno, but I think he's from Yorkshire.
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    Good man Dale, every success to BTG. :thumb:

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    Why what an excellent post! Makes more sense than most here on NL...

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    That link takes me to a Chinese or Japanese page with flowers on it. Has Dale given up on the Nurburgring or.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by leon View Post
    That link takes me to a Chinese or Japanese page with flowers on it. Has Dale given up on the Nurburgring or.....
    It's Japanese

    Dale has moved in a different direction. You can catch up with everything here:

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    Quote Originally Posted by pye21 View Post
    He lives in Holland though
    And on another note I'm back in Yorkshire
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    Are Japanese hay ;-)

    It's never hard to find Dale on the Internet mind.
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    It's not hard to find him in real life either, you just follow the smell.
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