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Old 24th Mar 2023, 1:24 pm   #1
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Please can anyone help with the transportation of two table radios?

The literal end to end points are Southend on Sea to Rugeley. However both the sender and receiver (myself) are able to 'assist' at each end of the journey to make it feasible. In other words, from 'anywhere' in Essex to 'anywhere' in Staffordshire or even the greater midlands. There is no great rush.

Please PM me if you can help, many thanks.
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Old 5th Apr 2023, 8:17 am   #2
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Alternatively, Essex to Retrotech please. Anyone? Contribution to fuel costs offered.
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Old 19th Apr 2023, 7:40 am   #3
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Can anyone help re either of the previous two posts please? Contribution to fuel costs offered. Thanks.
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Old 5th May 2023, 6:13 pm   #4
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Still hoping that someone is going to Retrotech from Essex and can help with this. Contribution to fuel costs offered.
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Old 12th May 2023, 7:37 pm   #5
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Just in case it helps, I might conceivably be able to get my Nephew to bring from Worcester area to Retrotech. I haven't asked him, but will do if it opens something up. Sadly the Retrotech to Rugeley you have already sorted it seems, as I could do that.
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Hi Duncan, thanks for your offer. The radios are presently located in Essex, Southend, so I'm afraid that Worcester isn't really a help unfortunately. Thanks again for trying though.
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If anyone can help with this please?
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Can anyone help please? No real rush.
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Hi Steve

I can't ask my family member in Upminster, Essex to do any driving, but it may be that the radios could find a home at his place until I could move them on, if someone could drop them there? Perhaps I will have space to move things in Feb, as over Christmas we will be jam-packed. Is this any use? They could come up to Manc or I could drop them somewhere near the M6.
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How big are these radios Steve?
I'm making arrangements to visit some of my family over the new year, Chelmsford & Woodford green. Normaly I would have a large vehicle, but currently under a recall, so only a small car.
It all depends on size & space I have available.

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How big are these radios Steve?
I'm making arrangements to visit some of my family over the new year, Chelmsford & Woodford green. Normaly I would have a large vehicle, but currently under a recall, so only a small car.
It all depends on size & space I have available.

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Two, 1930s table radios David?
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They sound large....
Make & models might help. Normally not a problem, but due to a safety recall on my larger alternative mode of transport I probably will have only a relatively small space available.

I'll P.M. you, it might be easier.

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