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A mystery revealed - why Bedford's are slow 10 Feb 2008 21:17 #906

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If they travel too fast the pie falls off the manifold and onto the road and if they don't travel for long enough the pie is still cold! ;D

The photo is from under the bonnet of Deadly's 1934 Bedford at Whittlesea Truck and Ute show today :-X :P

Yes that's right Deadly we are really jealous and I would more jealous but I preferred sauce instead of oil on my pie! ;)
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Re: A mystery revealed - why Bedford's are slow 11 Feb 2008 16:04 #907

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One of those self-lubricating pies?
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Re: A mystery revealed - why Bedford's are slow 12 Feb 2008 18:31 #908

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I'm thinking of selling the idea to the yanks!! and for my next dinner roast chicken done in foil with trimings!! ;D ;D

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Re: A mystery revealed - why Bedford's are slow 12 Feb 2008 19:40 #909

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Did it cook right, Dave?
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Re: A mystery revealed - why Bedford's are slow 13 Feb 2008 15:18 #910

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Hey Deadly. Looks like you had the detailers in before the photo shoot. Doesnt look like the normal externally oiled Beddy power plant!

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Re: A mystery revealed - why Bedford's are slow 13 Feb 2008 16:21 #911

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Thanks Barry for noticing i have been working on the oil leaks and crossed all is well and i'm trying to keep the bloody oil in the sump!!!! ;)

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