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Old 08-May-2009, 01:56 AM
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Kempton this Saturday

As I'm no foing the Anglesey round of DD I'm looking at going to Kempton Auto Jumble on Saturday
Its the last one before the summer break and plays host to the Southern Classic Bike Show

Anybody else planing on going


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Old 08-May-2009, 10:13 PM
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have to go out in the morning but may go PM, what time does it pack up ?
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Old 08-May-2009, 10:35 PM
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have to go out in the morning but may go PM, what time does it pack up ?

Hello YMFB

not sure as I normally leave about 1-2pm, but at a guess 4-5pm
I am sure Skids will be along to clarify, I will be there but need to
do a few things in the morning, so I guess around 12-1pm for me.

Manybe see you there.

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Old 08-May-2009, 10:40 PM
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Awkward to say with this one, normally the Autojumble dies off about 2pm
But with the Show on at the same time it may go on a bit longer

I wish the gates would open earlier, days half over by the time they open at 10am and I have thing to do and people to see

http://www.strokemanhost.co.uk/egpen..._bike_show.htm


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Old 08-May-2009, 11:08 PM
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I am picking a mate up from Wareham at 10 ish so will aim for 11.45 at kempton
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Old 08-May-2009, 11:14 PM
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Hello YMFB

you have a PM

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Old 08-May-2009, 11:42 PM
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Old 09-May-2009, 11:36 PM
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Rode the 996 up to Kempton, I ddn't leave home until 9:25 so was a bit suprised to see the que was still going way down the carpark when I arrived, so parked the bike and tucked into a packet of crisps and a drink that I had brought with me, then joined the tail of the Que as it got to where I was, just happen that my mate Adrian was at the back so I joined alongside him, at which point he handed me the prototype crankcase/chain break protector that he has just done for the early 600/750SS and Monsters.
Hadn't been inside long before Topitoo gave me a buzz and we arranged a meeting point.
Spent the next couple of hours hunting thrugh various stalls and bagged myself a really good condition early Monster seat unit for my M750, Luckily I could get Adrian to take it home for me.
Before Leaving I had a look around the bike show and have to give it to the Kettle Club they had some lovely bikes on display.
Also a few nice bikes around the jumble such as a Bulatco 250 rcaer, that had a Maserati motorcycle keeping it company and another stand had a nice little Ducati 160
All in all I had a good time at the show, so the ride down the M3 to Southampton afterwards was just about bearable


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Old 10-May-2009, 12:04 AM
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i got there just after twelve and got straight in no queue but did park a long way from the front door.

Never been before so was somewhat taken aback by the size, I probably missed quite a bit. Boughts some odds and ends mainly for the camper. My mate who is rebuilding a Triumph T140 was hoping to get a tank of which there were loads but not exactly right shape.

I would definitely go again.

Sorry didnt phone Topitoo but Ileft my phone in the car and only realised when we about as far away as we could be.
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