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Pistonheads 'PH Meets' article - Fourways Engineering.

Discussion in 'Press Room' started by Albrecht, Jun 13, 2019.

  1. Albrecht

    Albrecht Well-Known Forum User

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  2. Mr Tenno

    Mr Tenno
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    I'm not showing that to the missus.
     
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  3. IbanezDan51

    IbanezDan51
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    I spy my old car in the paintshop having its door mirrors removed and fender ones fitted...

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  4. uk66fastback

    uk66fastback
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    Shame! Looked luvverly as it was in my view ...
     
  5. IbanezDan51

    IbanezDan51
    Z Club Member

    When did you see it?
     
  6. Paul_S

    Paul_S
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    Nice article. I don't live far away but I've never been to visit. I must put that right.
     
  7. uk66fastback

    uk66fastback
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    Errr, when you were trying to sell it?!
     
  8. franky

    franky
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    I like the article. Not some of the comments.
     
  9. IbanezDan51

    IbanezDan51
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    You didn't view it in person? :D I didn't realise you just meant from pictures.
     
  10. sam rich@sjr

    sam rich@sjr New Forum User

    Not quite how the story all started
     
  11. Albrecht

    Albrecht Well-Known Forum User

    Sam,
    With all due respect, you can't expect a short write-up after a visit by 'newbie' online journalists to tell the whole story, and especially if you are personally so close to the events in question. That's just the way it is I'm afraid. There's a business running there and it is facing a changing landscape, but they are doing OK whilst many other such companies have been struggling. That's the day to day existence of classic car-related companies.

    I have to say, whenever I visit Fourways I always feel the spirits of John and Geoff are still there, woven into the very fabric of the place. I can walk in there and literally point at things that they have worked on, things that they left their stamp on. That's something that you can - I feel - be proud of. People who didn't know them won't 'get' that, but it's there nonetheless for us who know. That's how legacies work.

    If we remember them, then they still live on. I, for one, remember...
     

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