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Whofan

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About Whofan

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    Worcs
  • Interests
    Modelling, The Who, Loads of other bands, home and family

    (not necessarily in that order!)

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  1. Whofan

    Things to do in England when you're Ed[ward]

    When you say trim that a bit, I would think a lot. Each of those could easily take a full day, depending on how deep you want go into the exhibits at museums, or browse shops. Talking of shops, I see Parabellum there; if that's the Birmingham shop, it's only open Thursday Friday and Saturday, 11 am to 1730. I live quite close to it, and have been there! It's packed, but small.
  2. Whofan

    What music are you playing ? Part IV

    Interesting. On one listen only, I wouldn't say amazing, but certainly interesting. The couple of clips you put up from P205 were quite good, too.
  3. Whofan

    Spot of the Day Part 2

    I only remember it was a viva, not the type.
  4. Whofan

    What music are you playing ? Part IV

    I know this is beginning to seem like name dropping, but another artiste I saw performig live, this time just after It's a Heartache came out as a single. She was on a double bill at the Old Halesownians Rugby Club summer ball in 1979 or 1980, when she shared the bill with the Steve Gibbons Band. I have to say she surprised a lot of people, putting on a pretty good performance. Oh, happy days!,
  5. Whofan

    What music are you playing ? Part IV

    Glad to see it's not just me that stil goes to seee Who's left".Always quality ! Egi Vandor; Good Lord, Another fan! I saw these at University back in the early '70's, an unusual band at the time with a woman playing organ. There were very few women in "rock" at the time, Julie Driscoll - another band seen at University and Sonja Kristina of Curved Air are the only ones I can remember now, so seeing Virginia Scott on stage with Beggar's Opera was a bit of a surprise! I wonder how you came to know about Beggar's Opera?
  6. Whofan

    What new stuff have you bought/been gifted?

    I was 20 and in my penultimate year at University in 1970.
  7. Whofan

    Spot of the Day Part 2

    A fw years ago We saw a lurid pink something stretched limo here, used as a wedding car, can't remember now if it was a hummer. But something a little more personal - (I wasn't taken to my wedding in a stretch limo, a yellow 4.2 hard top E type) - I saw a yellow vauxhall viva today between Kidderminster and Stourport. I learnt to drive in a viva - in 1972.
  8. Whofan

    At the 19th hole

    Thanks for the compliment! I look forward to seeing Austerlitz - and Napoleon.
  9. Whofan

    2019 Halifax Show

    I held my breath reading that!
  10. Whofan

    2019 Halifax Show

    You are too modest. Thanks for talking the time to photograph and sort these, they are of some great examples of modelling. I especially liked the desert airfield diorama, someone has put heart and soul into that.
  11. Whofan

    FV 432 - Telford Payback

    Sounds like a quick scratch job then if I wanted to!
  12. Whofan

    FV 432 - Telford Payback

    I've got a couple of these in the stash and I noticed that the box art shows a warning light, a rotating orange light - but it doesn't appear on the sprues as far as I can see. Was this a standard road fitment, and hence an optional scratch buld item?
  13. I must thank you kind sir, but I’m sure that’s a function of the design rather than the maker! I think you’d be delighted by them, as I was.
  14. Whofan

    What new stuff have you bought/been gifted?

    Absolutely!
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