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Peak District Civic

Had great difficulty getting up here.
At a guess the VSA is not the same as electric diff lock (or a Landie!)
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Looks great against that backdrop!
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Nice one Superteach!
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Ought to go in the photography competition!
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Are you beside the Cat & Fiddle road ?.
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No. Above Great Longstone on Longstone Edge near Bakewell.
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No. Above Great Longstone on Longstone Edge near Bakewell.
Near Monsal Dale. Got family that live in GL
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That is the place.
As I said, I went off road to get onto this plateau and the car struggled in the mud.
Good view though before the weather changed!!!!
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We go to Bakewell regularly-- love the place. The Peak District is a beautiful area.
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Ought to go in the photography competition!
Not clear when the dates are for the comp.
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Couple of weeks, going to give everyone a chance to get an entry in. We need at least 10 entries I reckon anyway.
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Done..... Entered into competition as "entry number 2". Very original !!!!!
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Just wondering if you were aware that the cover for the front tow point (under n/s light) is missing?
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Hi elfa, were you in Hartington a week or so ago I parked outside the Devonshire Arms and a NH Black Civic was parked just in the village centre near a Silver one.
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Hello allan. No, we haven't been to Bakewell or that area, for a couple of weeks now. It would have been nice to "bump" into another Civinfo member.

We'll watch out for you next time
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Just wondering if you were aware that the cover for the front tow point (under n/s light) is missing?
Yep, although I was told it was a design feature to increase the down force when doing over 100mph, in combination with the extra drag from the uneven effect (n/s only) and thus the VSA lights are always on saving the extra expense of the "blue" interior lighting.
Would you like me to "Photoshop" a cover in so that it looks normal? Your wish is my command.....
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Just wondering if you were aware that the cover for the front tow point (under n/s light) is missing?
Yep, although I was told it was a design feature to increase the down force when doing over 100mph, in combination with the extra drag from the uneven effect (n/s only) and thus the VSA lights are always on saving the extra expense of the "blue" interior lighting.
Would you like me to "Photoshop" a cover in so that it looks normal? Your wish is my command.....
Why do I feel an overwealming sense of sarcasm from that reply?
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Non meant.
Thank you for pointing out the possible problem which I have now had fixed.

Very observant.
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