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post #21 of 24 (permalink) Old 04-08-2009, 12:43
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the new Stafford. Chris
Stafford! Stafford?

I don't think A/S give any of their vans a name of anywhere north of Brum!

The new PVC is a Stratford, which is either a reference to the Olympic site in East London or more probably William S's old home upon the Avon.

Wouldn't you just love an A/S Cleckheaton, A/S Manningham, A/S Crumpsall or A/S Jesmond?

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I fancy an "A/S Macclesfield".

Now let's get back more or less on topic, 'cos I shall get the blame for this!!

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Stafford! StaffordThe new PVC is a Stratford, which is either a reference to the Olympic site in East London or more probably William S's old home upon the Avon.

Wouldn't you just love an A/S Cleckheaton, A/S Manningham, A/S Crumpsall or A/S Jesmond?
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Put it down to a senior moment.

Don't fancy the other names but Manningham sounds OK. It has a certain ring to it.
I don't know why they don't have a Willersey. There are also lots of other nice village names in the Cotswolds enough to keep them going for a few years yet.
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Don't fancy the other names but Manningham sounds OK. It has a certain ring to it.
I don't know why they don't have a Willersey. There are also lots of other nice village names in the Cotswolds enough to keep them going for a few years yet.
I'll let someone else describe the delights of Manningham to you Chris

An A/S Duntisbourne Abbots would be good but they'd run out of room on the side for the name and then there's the new JCB conversion (makes a change from Pugs, Fords and VWs) the A/S Daylesford.

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