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Old 26-04-09, 06:16 PM
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I find it very confusing the way your reply can appear next to a
completely irrelevant post unless you copy and paste the one you are replying to.

Philippa


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For some reason my reply didn't appear next to the original email i was
responding to, so i have resent it adding it to that comment.

Original message: (Quote) - Interesting comparison between the latest and
previous or older Blenheim. The older one shown is an LPG version. The
new
car has two bulges running down either side of top of the roof indicating
a
seam that is otherwise not apparent on previous Bristols of any age or
model. The roof is curved more on either side, as is the higher rear boot
line. The rear light cluster is new (what car are they from?) and the
boot
lid is less cluttered and more curved as well, complete with the colour
coded bumpers and modern rear parking assist devices embedded. - (End
Quote)

My reply - The rear lights are from a 1990's Audi A4 Avant (estate).

Andrew
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Old 26-04-09, 06:35 PM
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Yes Philippa that's happened twice to me today and after this email,
probably 3 times LOL.

Andrew
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Old 27-04-09, 12:10 AM
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Andrew and Philippa,

I moved your posts about the function of the system from the thread about the Blenheim 4 to this forum so we don't take that thread off topic.

Posts are automatically processed and published in the forums in the order in which they are received. So if you are responding to a particular post the best way to be sure that your post appears relevant is to quote some of the post you are responding to, (preferably not all of it if it is a long post).

You can see the current status of a thread (new posts since the one you are responding to) by going to the web site. It's much easier to create a well formatted reply by doing so on the web site rather than by email, and you get to see the latest pictures people have uploaded
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