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JPSH120 Posted - 25 Apr 2017 : 12:40:58
In this month's edition, a good story about a group of mates restoring an H120.


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Sunbeam-mike Posted - 01 May 2017 : 07:52:48
Thanks for that.

Just read it. They've done a cracking job.


Mike Hooper
JPSH120 Posted - 26 Apr 2017 : 10:28:46
Yes, he bought it in 1973 originally. It had been off the road for several years before the group embarked on the resto.


bigt80 Posted - 26 Apr 2017 : 08:21:34
Yes, not seen it, but a chap from Dorset (club member) whose H120 came from Geo. Hartwell a few months earlier than mine: his RLJ, mine SLJ. I think he's owned it for a long time, but I never saw it during my time in Bournemouth - probably being restored even then. That's what happens with H120's - long term restos . G

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