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Hi, I'm Ray from Cheltenham England

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Ray,

       I'm pleased that your now able to post Pics. :hide: It was not intended by me to force your arm up your back to become a Supporter ! (maybe I should sell Insurance! :D ), but more than pleased that you have turned Red  :eusa-clap: .

 

It may be worth checking to see if you have adjustable settings for Pic size on your camera etc. I have set mine to E-mail size, which produces pics of about 850kbs. Reasonable image, but the site dumbs them down in the post anyway to about 300kbs......check it out.

 

Seat has had a hard life, but original,  keep it if you can.

Regards.

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