From: Wicked Uncle Nigel on
Using the patented Mavis Beacon "Hunt&Peck" Technique, SIRPip
<gingerbloke(a)gmail.com> typed
>Beav wrote:
>
>> "The Older Gentleman" <totallydeadmailbox(a)yahoo.co.uk> wrote in
>> message news:1jlctru.khlnl41pz54okN%totallydeadmailbox(a)yahoo.co.uk...
>> >petrolcan <petrolcan(a)SPAMgmail.com> wrote:
>
>> > > Also, for some reason there doesn't seem to be a decent pic of
>> > > the RHS profile of the bike.
>> >
>> > Yes, that I noticed.
>>
>> Did you notice that the original pic shows a red brake caliper on the
>> front, but the others show a silver one?
>
>Have you read the rest of (yesterday's) thread?

Beav?

No. He reads UKRM once a day, and replies multiple times to every
thread. Deal with it,

--
Wicked Uncle Nigel - "He's hopeless, but he's honest"

I've always been a man who's open to persuasion
From: Jim on
On 09/07/10 08:46, CT wrote:
> I've always wondered about the term "full service history". Does it
> mean (or *should* it mean) that there is a documented service history
> *and all service intervals have been complied with* or does it mean all
> services history documentation is present but with no implication that
> it is indeed at regular service intervals.
>
> In this case, as long as the seller wasn't trying to imply that there
> was an (undocumented) service within that 23k miles, then they're not
> actually hiding anything and it then fits the latter description.

I'd take a file full of invoices over a stamped-up book. Those stamps
are incredibly easy to fake.
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