Pick a van


#61

Van = Transit.

If you buy anything else it marks you out as a bit of a muppet.


#62

There is truth in that.


#63

Stu,
Do you need to carry 8x4 sheets of ply or plasterboard?


#64

No,lathes,milling machines and other workshop bits, and occasionally a sound system.

We can get a couple of metre length lathes and stands (like pic) in at present,but would be handy to have a bit more space.Also has to be a bit comfortable for 600 mile round trips

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#65

You don’t need a Transit then :grinning:


#66

No you don’t, Sprinter for the win.


#67

Porsche B32 for all the wins

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#68

Ended up with one of these

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#69

Excellent, what bucket have you bought to go with it?


#70

Not my van,i’d probably go for one of these if it was though;


#71

Good choice, the side handles should help with aim on sitting. :+1:


#72

Sitting ?

VB


#73

e’s from Yorkshire, e always drops is H’s


#74

It’s true, I do live near 'ull.


#75

And owden


#76

So long as I don’t drop the bucket… :nauseated_face:


#77

Is Aire Street still a ‘lively’ night out at the weekend?

Fuck, we had some wild times there!!!

I remember The Royal and The Lowther, but I think there was a third pub down there???


#78

The Mackintosh, aka the Mac.
There’s a couple more down there now.
The Drake is a hotel/pub, fairly posh for Goole.
(They change the sawdust weekly).
Then there’s the Jail House, where the serious drinkers go.


#79

Yes, The Mac.

First day there, everyone told us to avoid Aire St. So where did we go first night?

Yep, Aire St. Great times.


#80

It’s probably past it’s peak, them were t’days, but it’s still the liveliest street in town.