What do you have in your "Mancave"

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Peter1071, I really like your East African Safari plate! That is one rare little beast.

I have a few rally plates too ;) Will take some pics this evening. I only really do "Service" Plates though.
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mk1 wrote: Tue Mar 16, 2021 11:26 am
That little bottle opener is absolutely awesome! I hope you give it a good workout regularly!

Ditto :!:
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I thought you'd like that one, I think it was a promo item produced by the foundry at Wellingborough.

It works a treat too :)
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mk1 wrote: Tue Mar 16, 2021 11:26 am now in someone else's shed...

And very nice it looks too :D

That little bottle opener is absolutely awesome! I hope you give it a good workout regularly!
He Mark, is it possible to replicate the bottle opener for us all ?

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UHR850 wrote: Tue Mar 16, 2021 2:05 pm
mk1 wrote: Tue Mar 16, 2021 11:26 am now in someone else's shed...

And very nice it looks too :D

That little bottle opener is absolutely awesome! I hope you give it a good workout regularly!
He Mark, is it possible to replicate the bottle opener for us all ?

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Would probably be very easy, but would be down to Andy.
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A few of my Rally Plates.
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A good find last year
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Would probably be very easy, but would be down to Andy.
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I'll let you have a nosey when I see you Mark.

Awesome rally plate collection!!
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UHR850 wrote: Tue Mar 16, 2021 2:05 pm
He Mark, is it possible to replicate the bottle opener for us all ?

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Can I pls have it re-engineered into a cork screw - I am a bit of posh bastard :lol:
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:roll: Some huble things of mine, but there is more :lol:

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