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Badger54

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I'm looking to buy a Supercat or E1 Cat.
I've heard that they can be on the snug side.
Is there anyone in the Farnborough, Camberly area that would let me try one for size please.
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Hi Badger,

I'm in Reading but have a SuperSix not Supercat/E1.  I think the SuperSix is a bigger can but with a smaller cockpit (someone will correct me if I'm wrong!!).  If it's any use you're more than welcome to have a sit in mine.

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Hi Tim, that would be brilliant. PM me your contact details and address please, so I can arrange a visit.
Many thanks Bob
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PM sent!
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Hello Badger,

I have a Cat E1 and I am based in Yateley, happy for you come and try, it is currently sorn but happy for you to come and have a look. Many thanks Tony
 

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Hi Tony. Thank you very much. Can you PM me your contact details and address please?
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Hi Tony,

If you ever want to get together for a blat around let me know... I'm not too far away!

Tim

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Hello Tim, sounds like a good idea, always up for a blat. My Cat is currently sorn though, until the warmer weather is here.


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A massive THANK YOU to Tony and Tim for giving up there time to let me look at their cars and finding out if I could actually fit in them.
All I have to do now is to find myself a suitable Tiger,

Bob
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A massive THANK YOU to Tony and Tim for giving up there time to let me look at their cars and finding out if I could actually fit in them.
All I have to do now is to find myself a suitable Tiger,

Bob


Good stuff! The hunt is on! 🤩
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You’re welcome mate... I spent another 60 minutes blatting around after you’d headed off. Great to have some company for a bit!

Good luck with the hunt!

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Bob and I didn't know what the collective noun for Tigers is.  I couldn't resist looking it up:

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A group of tigers can be called a 'streak' or an 'ambush' of tigers.


I'm not sure which I prefer they are both pretty cool.  I guess we would be an ambush when parked up and a streak when on the move!

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Hello Bob, you are welcome, hopefully you found it usefully. 😉 If you would like another look or have any questions please feel free to contact me. Many thanks Tony
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Bob and I didn't know what the collective noun for Tigers is.  I couldn't resist looking it up:



I'm not sure which I prefer they are both pretty cool.  I guess we would be an ambush when parked up and a streak when on the move!


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Hi Bob,

Not been on the forum for a while and just seen your post.

Sounds like Tony and Tim answered all your questions but I'm only in Frimley so if you need any other info don't hesitate to PM me. Just doing a few small jobs on the Cat, ready for the spring.

Martin.

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Thanks Martin. Yes Tony and Tim answered all my questions. It would be nice to have a chat and look at your Tiger though.
Can you PM me your contact details and address please.

Many thanks Bob
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