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WHERE WAS I YESTERDAY?

Discussion in 'Detailing - Sponsored by Slim's Detailing' started by jr001, Jun 10, 2007.

  1. jr001

    jr001 Member

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    Hi folks,

    Got the chance yesterday morning to give the car a well-earned wash and topped off with a Field Glaze spraying and buffing. The finish was cracking.

    Then went visiting in the brilliant weather. Got a nice bonnet reflection when I arrived at my destination.

    To get you thinking, you will need some knowledge of Scottish city architecture - can anyone name my destination? Shouldn't be too hard though!

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  3. ChriS3

    ChriS3 hud at ye bam

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    Looks like the west end of Glasgow to me
     
  4. Boydie

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    looks like my auntie's old flat block in ellangowan rd, shawlands in glasgow lol
     
  5. jr001

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    Chris, not bad for someone in the north-east! Correct city. Very tempting to think it's the west end but as a southsider I have to let the world know that the southside is as pretty and cosmopoitan as the west end. Good shout thought. :applaus:

    Boydie, almost spot on! A two-minute drive from Shawlands actually, just off Victoria Road at the old Samaritan Hospital. This is where I grew up from the age of three and a half. Still growing up though!!!!!

    BOYDIE is declared the winner!!!! Well done.:applaus: :respekt:
     
  6. Boydie

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    lol thanks :D

    my mum lived in crompton avenue, cathcart and my dad lived in sandyhills rd, mount vernon so we are over there quite a lot visiting relatives!
     
  7. jr001

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    A Glasgow boy really so you are!

    If I was visiting my sister in Belfast at the start of July then I would definetely have been at the show mate, but alas I'll be doon the watter on the Firth of Clyde having a break and .... oh... working on a red A3.

    Maybe next year. :icon_thumright:

    Regards,

    JOHN
     

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