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Old 02-06-2002, 22:27   #1 (permalink)
 
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The return of the London M/show

The London Motor Show will be back! So say the organisers, who are to make a full announcement shortly.
"We've been working with makers for five months to put together a new concept for 2003," said a spokesman
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Wish I could go to Earls court for this but in the middle of london its such a pain for me to get to . So will just have to wait for the Scottish motor show in glasgow .

BUT.......

Going to the Capri Convention on March 17th YYYYYEEEEEEEHHHHAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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That sound great John. Bring us back plenty of Pictures!
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I'm surprised that organizers can be bothered with setting up another London motorshow after all problems with manufactures pulling out in previous years.
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I'm surprised that organizers can be bothered with setting up another London motorshow after all problems with manufactures pulling out in previous years.
and Ford played a big part in that. I think London need a show, they just need to talk with the companies more to find out what is required
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I reckon the pulling out of Mini by BMW was a big kick in the teeth for organizers and the public - the UK was the birthplace of the Mini.:oo1:
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