Buses Festival Gaydon August 18th

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Re: Buses Festival Gaydon August 18th

Post by Matt560Breese » 22:33 Sunday 18th August 2019

I have found out since that the engine has not gone the gear box has packed up however my not be unsaveable

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Re: Buses Festival Gaydon August 18th

Post by AdamH » 18:46 Monday 19th August 2019

I’m now told the VR has been fixed and has been out for a test drive in Stroud. 😀

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Re: Buses Festival Gaydon August 18th

Post by MattW » 19:45 Monday 19th August 2019

Excellent. Glad you're all home OK. Any news on the Dart?

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Re: Buses Festival Gaydon August 18th

Post by AdamH » 19:55 Monday 19th August 2019

The Dart was a water leak and an £8 hose has been found to fix that problem. Not sure if the work has been done yet. I’m sure MattB will update is soon.

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Re: Buses Festival Gaydon August 18th

Post by MattW » 12:18 Tuesday 20th August 2019

Glad it wasn't much. All part of the fun of old vehicles!

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