NEC 2003 - Whats the story?

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NEC 2003 - Whats the story?

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Excuse the sepia tint effect, the beauty of NEC lighting.

Who remembers the story behind these pictures?
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A much younger pete bull Bananarama! as usual, is my guess,
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That was the year the club had a Sox & Martin theme with Pete's Bacarruda and the S&M Belvedere.... cant remember what else was on there tho :-k
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Guy in the background of the first picture has flatulence. Thats all I know. :read2:
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Broken rocker arm was it? I forget now, seem to recall the intake had to come off...
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Looks like our Chairman before he started dying his hair grey....

And Skippy with wind.

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Bananarama!!
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Stu Twin wrote:Looks like our Chairman before he started dying his hair grey....

And Skippy with wind.

:D
I think Bryan's comment re the bloke with wind was about the guy sitting down, raising a cheek..... you never know tho, Skippy might just be better at disguising it.... :flush:
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Double Bananarama!
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I remember it well, had the biggest crowd round our stand all weekend, thanks to Pete's daily engine rebuilding demo :D
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