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FORUM MODERATORS INTRODUCTION
« on: 27 August 2004, 19:33 »
it's a shocking bunch of people modding this forum? ;D
nah, only joking, quality people keep this forum running smoothly  :smiley:

me, well I just own it  :tongue:

name: john
car: rallye g60
moderator of: well, everything  :laugh:

« Last Edit: 08 January 2005, 11:21 by jv »
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Re: forum moderators introduction
« Reply #1 on: 27 August 2004, 20:07 »
Name: it really is topher  :smiley:

Cars: too many

Moderator of: The WORLD!

Specialist subject: how to break your car in the most expensive ways.
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Re: forum moderators introduction
« Reply #2 on: 28 August 2004, 05:56 »
Hi I'm Rich,
I'm old, well older than most here anyway :P
I've been running, building and maintaining VW Golf's and Audi's since 1988.
I've recently sold my day to day car, a? 2.3L 20V Audi Coupe :'(
I have a 1983 VW Golf GTI cabriolet that occasionally ventures out for shows and sunshine 8)

I, like John, am 'admin', so therefore pretty much moderator of everything 8)

Enjoy the forum and don't forget the main site too...............we're a friendly bunch, so any questions, don't be afraid to ask ;)
« Last Edit: 28 August 2004, 05:58 by richandhazel »

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Re: forum moderators introduction
« Reply #3 on: 07 September 2004, 16:07 »
Name: gibby (Paul)
Age: 36 :cry:
Location: Wakefield
Cars: Golf Rallye & 1972 bay window dormobile camper :wink:
Moderator of: Everywhere :laugh:
« Last Edit: 17 March 2007, 22:33 by gibby »
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Re: FORUM MODERATORS INTRODUCTION
« Reply #4 on: 02 October 2006, 09:06 »
name: Rhys
age: 28
location: Merthyr Tydfil, Wales
car: Indigo Blue MKIV GT TDI 130  :cool:  Jumped ship to Audi A3 Sportback 2.0TDI SLine
Now a Global Mod!!  :shocked: :shocked:

Best known for urm............ MKIV stuff i guess!!  :grin:
« Last Edit: 01 November 2010, 19:44 by Rhyso »

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Re: FORUM MODERATORS INTRODUCTION
« Reply #5 on: 02 June 2007, 11:50 »
One more to add to the pot :smiley:

NAME:- John (Hurdy)

AGE:- Ahem - you'll have to guess :wink:

LOCATION:- A born and bred Yorkshire lad - Sheffield

CAR:- A Gorgeous VW Golf MKV GTI Edition 30 DSG

PREVIOUS VAG CARS:- MKIV 2.0GTi Golf, MKIV GTTDI 130 Golf, Lupo 1.4S, Lupo 1.6 GTI, Audi A3 1.9TDi Quattro, A3 2.0TDI Sport DSG. MKV 2.0GTTDI 140 DSG Golf

MODERATOR:- MKV section. A great bunch of guys 'n Gals.

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Re: FORUM MODERATORS INTRODUCTION
« Reply #6 on: 09 September 2007, 19:58 »
Ok I will give my 10p's worth

NAME:- Boneybradley

AGE:- 31

LOCATION:- Another Yorkshire born and bred lad...

CAR:- 95 Golf gti 8v (yes the slow one!!)

PREVIOUS VAG CARS:- Had 3 mk3 golf's now... 1x 94 1.8driver and 2 gti's

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Re: FORUM MODERATORS INTRODUCTION
« Reply #7 on: 03 August 2008, 00:26 »
Name: Rich
Age: 28
Location: Newton Abbot Devon

Car: Indigo Blue MKIV 1.8T

Moderator for: MK4 section - Rhyso apprentice  :grin:  :evil:

Best known for being converted to love the derv and selling aero wipers to all new members  :grin: :laugh:

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Re: FORUM MODERATORS INTRODUCTION
« Reply #8 on: 06 February 2009, 18:57 »
NAME:- Kirk

AGE:- 23

LOCATION:- Yeovil

CAR:- 1996 VW Golf GTI 8V Anniversary

PREVIOUS VAG CARS:- MK3 Golf 1.8 GL and a MK3 Golf GTI 16v

MODERATOR:- MK3 section
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Re: FORUM MODERATORS INTRODUCTION
« Reply #9 on: 05 May 2009, 09:22 »
NAME:- Nick

AGE:- 31

LOCATION:- Basingstoke, Hants

CAR:- 94 Corrado 2.0 16v and 89 T25 Transporter camper

PREVIOUS VAG CARS:- 3x MKII Golf GTI 8v's, MKII Polo Saloon, 2.0 16v B3 Passat Estate

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