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Old 3rd Feb 2020, 12:56 pm   #21
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Default Re: Restoring an unloved Bush VHF90A

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Nick, I love that first photo of the set in situ. It looks so nice I called my wife in to take a look. It seemed appropriate to use my favourite 50's phrase 'Hazel, come here at once...'
Glad you like it.

I've got another somewhere, taken in the sunlight, with the shadow of the 1950s Crittall windows' glazing bars on the wall
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