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... Or more to the point, read about a made-up one on that often excellent orangey-tinged website, sniffPETROL :-D

This site has made me laugh out-loud for years now and recent addition 'Ask a TPFAIF' is just class. Not mentioning it to have a pop at anyone on here, (or elsewhere, come to that) but 99% of bods reading would see the very funny side of it.

(BTW I'm not related, nor aquainted to the Mr. R. Porter who writes it, in case you're wondering.)
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the old mg ads on sp were a larf 4 sure :lol:


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