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    Senior Member Phill's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buffy View Post
    Property is down a narrow grass centred lane.
    Couldn't you use a trailer to get the Nova in and out of the lane?
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    Come home to a roaring fire, buy a house in Wales.

    Sorry to hear you are going Nova-less but everyone moves on-in time, best of luck with the move and 'retirement', ALL retired people say the same, "Don't know how I ever found time for work, so much to do". and it's true.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phill View Post
    Couldn't you use a trailer to get the Nova in and out of the lane?
    As you’ve demonstrated on the wee video on my thread Phill, Gulf Novas can manage narrow lanes in the countryside without a trailer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buffy View Post
    Cross Inn, near New Quay.
    Property is down a narrow grass centred lane.
    Its easier to buy a lawn mower than sell the Nova

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    Quote Originally Posted by islandman View Post
    Its easier to buy a lawn mower than sell the Nova
    She is now telling me that when it sells the money can go towards the house 😡😡😡

    That is not the way it will be, so a ride on lawnmower could be the answer 😂😂

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buffy View Post
    Cross Inn, near New Quay.
    Property is down a narrow grass centred lane.
    "Grass centred lane" just think the underside will spotless😀

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buffy View Post
    Cross Inn, near New Quay.
    Property is down a narrow grass centred lane.
    I know New Quay, used to sell some of my wood-craft from a shop in the town back in the mid '80s... we were in the mountains west of Brechfa back then, so a bit of a trek.
    It's a 52 year old car and everything works, just not always at the same time.......and it's probably about to get jealous!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buffy View Post
    She is now telling me that when it sells the money can go towards the house 😡😡😡

    That is not the way it will be, so a ride on lawnmower could be the answer 😂😂

    Tell her that's not how it works, if I sell any of my toys the money goes on buying more toys, well most of my money goes on buying toys

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    Good luck with the sale, and the move. The asking price looks a little low, lets hope that is just a starting point ;-)

    I hope it's sold to someone with a large size Chamois leather and no cutting tools.

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    Property is down a narrow grass centred lane.

    Its easier to buy a lawn mower than sell the Nova



    That's too funny!


    I'm really interested in it but even though it's much 'better' than mine its not my vision
    whereas mine is if that makes sense. May change my mind though if I saw it in real life,
    and that's the reason I'm scared to view it! I'm allowed to buy it too...

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