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MG MGA - cockpit braces/stub stacks

Hi to all,
as I no longer have any use for them, is anyone interested in the braces I made to fit the door openings and cockpit top before I removed the body from the chassis?
Stub stacks-I enquired at a local small engineering shopand they gave me a price of approx

S Ash

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I would have said
Steve Gyles

Yes, that price is a definite go! Note there are some minor changes to the drawing Barney made of Steve's stacks as outlined in the previous thread. These are necessary to facilitate a direct fit.

Steve, I agree, from my experience you are right in saying this is an absolute bargain at £20/pair. I believe there will be no problem to find orders for 20 pairs. I need another three sets!
N McGurk

I'd be interested at that price.
Andy Bounsall

These would be perfect!! Also, very timely as I am hoping to lift the body off my chassis in the next month or so :-)

If there will be an option to have them shipped to the USA then I'm in!!
Mark Cox

I'd like a set, too.
Shane
Shanerj

I'm up for a pair too Steve.
Lindsay Sampford

Please add my name to the list. Sean
S Sherry

Hi Steve,
Please add me to the list for a pair.
John.
John McMaster

I'm in. The set for Mark Cox and mine can even ship together, we live all of 25 miles apart.

Tony
A M Leyva

If someone can ship to Oz then I am in for a set.....great value.
Neil Ferguson

Hi Steve,please add my name to the list, at that price too good to miss. Keith Barrett, Somerset
K R Barrett

Neil says -- "If someone can ship to Oz then I am in for a set.....great value".
I'm with you Neil. Please add me to the list! I reckon you could get orders for hundreds!!

Good luck, Barry
Barry Gannon

I'll be in it. Perhaps we could ship them in bulk and distribute them in OZ!

Paul
P Dodds

Count me in.
John
jbackman

I had a pair made locally, but I would be in for another pair for my mate Charles. Count me in please.

Frank
F. Camilleri

I'm interested in 2 1/2 pairs (A & C) if shipping to Oz is possible.
Mark
M Wellard

Hi Steve,

Please add my name to the list for one set.
Thanks.
Herman
H. Jorens

Steve

That's 18 sets so far. Looks like game on. I reckon you will easily get rid of 30 sets without much trouble; more if the MGCC decide to publish my article. I also copied it to the MGCC MGA Register.

If you can give me an early heads-up on production I will amend the article to include your email address(?) for orders.

Email me if you would like sight of the article as it stands.

Steve
Steve Gyles

Steve,
I make that 19 1/2 pairs in under 24 hours. Yippee! We are in the right parish.
Shane
Shanerj

Shane

Yes, I forgot that Steve will also want a set for himself! I was wondering about the half set. Someone with just one carb?

Steve
Steve Gyles

Or someone with 3 carbs Steve, MGC.
Lindsay Sampford

Lindsay

Volkes filters?

Steve
Steve Gyles

And me Steve!
Bruce
Bruce Mayo

Are these machined or cast?

Either way please count me in for a pair.

Richard
R A Evans

Richard,they are machined.
Steve A.
S Ash

Shipping to Australia shouldn't be a problem via the Post Office to one address. Local distribution would only add 5 or 6 dollars to the cost. As Sydney is central to the mainland States I will put my hand up for the job.. Sean
S Sherry

I'd like a set as well if there is an OZ bulk order.
I Hazeldine

Another order for OZ, I wonder why we are disproportionately represented?!
B Rollo

I have been speaking to Bob West. He would like a pair to try out!

To quote: "....I think yours look nicer than the K&N version".

Steve
Steve Gyles

Stuart Mumby from the MGA Register has also expressed an interest. My article will likely be circulated in the MGA Register e-News Letter and may be also printed in Safety Fast.

Based on the enthusiastic responses seen so far I would recommend to Steve Ash that he progresses his enquiries for a quotation on 40, 60, 80, stacks etc

Steve
Steve Gyles

count me in
PETE CERKA

I see these stub stacks have become very popular all of a sudden. Well, let me tell you, if there is anyone on this forum still hesitating whether to buy a pair for his MGA, go right ahead and put an order in today. I have a set fitted on my A, and I cannot emphasize more on the difference they make in acceleration and driveability of the car. Even their price is very reasonable.

Frank
F. Camilleri

Steve A,
Yes please, for 1 pair.
regards
Colin
C Manley

Kudo's to Steve for getting this ball rolling. I wonder if the process would be more efficient for all if Steve supplied the MGCC, and then they made the stub stacks available to members as they do with other items?
Just a thought....
George
G Goeppner

Steve, Please add my name to the list. Thanks, Neal Turner
neal turner

I will also take a pair whenever they are ready.

JIM in NH (USA)

AJ Mail

>> I wonder if the process would be more efficient for all if Steve supplied the MGCC, and then they made the stub stacks available to members as they do with other items?

And for those of us who are not MGCC members...?
Andy Bounsall

Could you fit one (or something similar) to your supercharger's single carb Dominic?

Colyn
Colyn Firth

Could you put me down for a pair.

Graham
G Hamilton

Steve A I'm up for a pair.
Steve G/Steve A Perhaps it might be worth you both getting together to check the first ones from the machinist just to be sure ?
David
D C Grahame

George, -- Selling them through a distributor is a good way to make them more expensive.
Barney Gaylord

Hi Steve
I would also like to have a pair whenever they are available. Thank you for your efforts!
André
A.M. Kunz

I'd also liked a pair, Steve. Again, your effort is much appreciated. Are we up to 20 yet? 8-)
Ken
Ken Korey

Steve,
please add me to the list
Nigel
Nigel Munford

I'll go for a set too, though they will probably sit for years in the basket with the SUs in the cellar. Must look to find something better than the Stellings filter for the Holley
dominic clancy

Steve

Please also add me to your list for one pair of the stub stacks. Many thanks.

Mike Card
East Horsley, UK
(01483 283215)
MGA 1600
M D Card

I'd like a set too

Rutger
Rutger Booy

Losing track. I think that's 37 1/2 sets. Shane will correct me.

Glad I did not offer to machine them on my lathe! Part time, I was taking about 2 weeks a pair. Getting the surface absolutely smooth and buffing to the highly polished finish was fairly time consuming.

Steve
Steve Gyles

I may as well poke my head in and request a set!
g Harrison

Have been following the thread. Are these for inch & half S.U.s as I have these carbs on my Sebring Sprite rep.
Alan
A Anstead

Alan

Yes. But note that the diameter of the carb hole with the filter is 1.39"/1.40". The 1.5" diameter hole is on the other side of the carb.

Do you also use the Volkes MGA canister on your Sprite?

Steve
Steve Gyles

Hi Guys

This thread appeals to me. Put me down for two sets

Regards John
John Lambie

Steve.
I have K&N filters
Alan
A Anstead

Braces and stub stacks. Anyone got anything to say about Steve's braces? The stub stacks have flown away with this thread.

Steve
Steve Gyles

For interest, I met someone today who runs a local engineering firm which does work for Rolls Royce Owners' Club. Might be an alternative source if needed.
Shane
Shanerj

So, time will tell. Copy what I said on August 29: "If you were going to make 100 or more of these parts, the part may be least expensive to produce as a die casting (with very little machining)". Since we are at about 80 pieces already spoken for, it may be time for a quote on a die casting for 100 pieces minimum.
Barney Gaylord

Just to let you know that I am waiting for the first sample stub-stack from the workshop.Delivery approx two weeks.Will be in touch soon as.
Steve A.
S Ash

Hi Steve, I have just fitted and road tested the 3rd set of Steve Gyles' prototype stub stacks, which he kindly sent to me. I found that I had to open out the holes to allow it to fit into the K&N filter ( I also checked with the original filters and the holes were too small for them too). It only required a few millimetres to be carefully filed away but you might like to check this on your prototype and increase the hole diameter so it will fit all types easily out of the box. I have attached the photo of the two air filters for comparison with the stub stack in the K&N- I think my standard one is original but there may be differences in them anyway. Just been for a 25 mile drive ( lovely autumn sunshine) to road test them and the throttle response, in top gear particularly, is very noticeable over 2000 rpm. It makes the 40 to 60 mph acceleration noticeably better and more fun to drive. Many thanks to Steve G for the effort he has put into making them and special thanks for letting me have the 3rd prototype pair - very grateful for that. Now to tell the insurance company! - cheers Cam

Cam Cunningham

Great news Cam.

My filter box is I believe a repro. I bought it new at Beaulieu in 1997. I machined the 3 prototype sets to fit mine. Looking at yours and Neil's the post anchor points look a much neater job than mine. Presumably the post diameters are also slightly greater. I think Steve A has already taken this point on board with the set he is having machined.

Steve
Steve Gyles

What has happened to the cockpit braces?????

Barry
Barry Gannon

Barry
The cockpit braces are free to anybody that wants to pay for the carriage.They are heavy so the cost won't be cheap.
Steve A.
S Ash

I will take at least one set at that price. Probably 2 sets. I have a partially machined set I was making, but I no longer have a lathe.
Steve Carroll

Steve A,

I would also take a pair of stacks for my A. Now if somebody has a pair of 1 3/4 stacks for my TR...

Ken
k v morton

Hi Steve A,

I would like a pair of stacks too, please.
My A has an 1800 B-engine with HS4 carbs and A-style K&N filters.

Christian
Foss

May I add my name to the list.
Alan
A Anstead

And a set for me too if its not too late.

Barney, casting versus machining is a lot closer these days I learnt recently even using high precision UK machine shops.
John Francis

Hi to all,
Just to let you know that I have been to see the two prototype stacks and there was a slight issue with fitting them right down to the base of the tubes in my filters.Having said that, upon closer examination the threaded tubes in my filters are not parallel but to be on the safe side he is enlarging the holes in the stacks so they should drop down to the base in anyones filters.I am going back Thursday(15th)to check all is well.Orders so far are for approx 47 pairs!
Steve A

S Ash

Well done Steve, we are all standing by. Shane
Shanerj

Wellcome news Steve ! As most of them will have to be mailed out, have you had the time to address a shipment "down under " ,, individualy or a bulk parcel ? Thanks for all your effort .... Sean
S Sherry

Sean,
I have orders for 13 pairs for Oz so it's up to you whether you want me to send in bulk to one address for onward distribution or to each individual.I have yet to weigh them so don't know what P&P costs will be.
Steve A.
S Ash

steve...For myself I would prefer my pair to be sent direct to my home...reasons ( for the interest of others in Oz).
Small parcels of low value attract zero interest from customs. A large quantity of identical items may,only may, attract interest ( even though private imports up to $1000 are allowed ) It will also be much quicker!
Advise me when ready and I will give address details ...also advise how to pay your fine self. Many thanks for all the effort you are putting into this.
Neil Ferguson

Hi Steve,
I agree with Neil and thank you for your trouble with this and hope you add a bit to what I think is a bargain price to cover your personal inconvenience and time.
Thanks,
John McMaster

Steve, email me when you have a price. I have previously asked for one pair. Thanks.
Lindsay Sampford

Hi to all(again),
Not to worry, I have made a note of everyone who has requested a pair of stacks.Total, so far,46 and a 1/2 pairs,without anyone else that Steve G knows of!.I am sending the first pair to Steve G for his opinion.
Regards,
Steve A.
S Ash

Thanks Steve, My thinking behind the suggestion for a bulk parcel to Aus was to make less work for you . Packing up one one parcel instead of 13. .But as Neil and John prefer a direct mailing maybe others feel the same way. Anyhow the main game is that all our A's will benifit. can't wait..... Regards Sean
S Sherry

Steve Ash kindly sent me a prototype set of his professionally made stub stacks to examine. One is polished and one is in its raw state.

They are a significant improvement on my home-made pair, having better recessed holes on the back and an improved, slightly larger radiused throat.

I am not sure if Steve intends to polish all 94 stacks or leave that to individuals, but whatever he decides I think you will all be delighted with the product, especially at the type of price he is suggesting.

The unpolished version is to a very good standard, so polishing will be quite quick and easy. Probably 15 minutes a stack with polish and a rag, while watching TV, will bring up an excellent shine.

Steve
Steve Gyles

Steve, sounds fantastic. I for my part can easily polish them myself, so no need to bother. Can't wait to see them!
Christian
Foss

Hi Steve,

If possible please add my name to the list.

thanks Russell
R J Goebel

Steve, Having seen the prototype, do you think it could be easily opened up to work on an HS6 or would it be better to start from scratch?

Thanks,
Mark
M Wellard

Polished or unpolished is fine by me. Where and when and how do I send the money ? Electronic Bank transfer , Pay Pal ? Thanks for all the effort..... Sean
S Sherry

Mark

What is the throat diameter of HS6 on the filter box side? These stacks have 1.4" diam holes for the standard MGA carbs.

If you need a larger hole you should be able to modify the stacks on a lathe, assuming the filter box posts and vent holes are the same distance apart.

Steve
Steve Gyles

Steve,

Thanks for the reply - the HS6 inlet is 1.625 dia. I expect the holes will be in correspondingly different positions, which I guess would be a problem.

Regards, Mark
M Wellard

Steve A, can you add my name to the list please.

Will be interesting to see how they compare to the MGB ones I currently use.
J Bray

John

I have taken photos of the prototype set that Steve Ash sent to me but I am reluctant to post them on this BBS before I have spoken to him. I have emailed him with my opinion of the stacks he has had made (all very positive) and am waiting for him to come back to me.

Steve
Steve Gyles

Hi Steve,

I'd like a pair also

Thanks in advance for the excellent engineering work !

Ivan
I Meersman

I'd like to add my name to this list as well if possible.
Cheers,
Christopher
Christopher Wilson

Steve,

If its not to much trouble, a photograph showing a Steve Ash stack next to the one that you made would be useful.

Regards...John
J Bray

John

OK. Still not heard from Steve. Probably gone on some exotic Christmas break.

Comparison photo attached. I tried to get similar orientation photos, but had to make do with an earlier stock item of my own as it is glued in the canister!

The biggest difference is the throat, you can see it is enlarged in the Steve Ash version. Photos can distort the true shape slightly. The Steve Ash version is 7mm thick, whereas mine was 8mm. The difference is due to more metal being cut to make the larger shaped throat.

My gut feeling is that his will give slightly improved airflow over mine.

Steve

Steve Gyles

Steve Ash has just contacted me. He has been out of contact with a bad dose of flu and now his family has gone down with it. Hope you all recover enough to have a good Christmas.

I understand from Steve that production will be a steady flow from about the 2nd week in January and Steve will go down the list of provisional orders as the stacks come off the production line. He has a buffing machine and took only about a minute to get that shine on the prototype stack.

He is looking to make 50 stack pairs to start with and see where we end up with demand. He thinks the cost will be much as he indicated, with just the packaging and post to add on for you all.

For my own part I will be interested if at least one of the recipients is able to do before and after rolling road tests, to validate the assessment of my earlier version and also to see what difference the altered throat makes.

Steve
Steve Gyles

Hi,
I have already ordered a pair, but to be honest, don't quite know what they do, or where they go. Sorry to be so stupid, but could someone explain.
Thanks
Nigel Munford

Nigel

Have a look at the page on my website. It tells you what they do and, if you are keen, how to make them.

http://tinyurl.com/6ec2owh

Steve
Steve Gyles

Steve, a thought on how they are installed. Wouldn't the adhesive " Glued into place with 2-pack" have a problem with the two different metals (tin and aluminmum) expanding and contracting as the heat rose and fell? Eventually allowing the stub stack to separate from the base of the air cleaner assembly.

Would a silicon base glue have a better chance of holding both together under the heating and cooling cycles?

Ray
Ray Ammeter

Ray

You may well be right. I did not even need to glue mine in, they were such a tight fit. It is something I will monitor.

Steve
Steve Gyles

Hi Steve , can you add me to the list , seems a must do item , always good to release the hidden horses!
cheers Colin
c daly

Hi Steve,
Please add my name for a set.

Thanks,
Chris
CM Harter

Hello Steve,

Please add my name to your list for a pair.
It is an item that I have wanted for years.
SKA Arnston

Hello Steve,

Please add my name to your list for a pair.
It is an item that I have wanted for years.

Thanks,

Stace
SKA Arnston

I finally have got round to doing a trial fit of the Steve Ash stub stacks in my Vokes canisters. They are an easy no interference slide on fit. So there is plenty of room for any minor manufacturing tolerances. Consequently, they will certainly need fixing to the canister face, probably with an epoxy of some sort. You guys may want to discuss which epoxy to use. I used Araldite and to date no problems.

Steve

PS. I used the unpolished one of the 2 in the photo.

Steve Gyles

Steve,

Are you fixing the stub stack to the back of the canister face, or to the tubes it slides over?

JB
J Bray

John

I tailor made my stacks for my canisters and they were a very tight interference fit over the posts. I applied a thin film of adhesive over the back of the stack.

Steve
Steve Gyles

Steve...given the extraordinary extra 5 % stuffed into the engine with the stub stacks in place and looking at the filter can configuration two things occur to me for getting extra airflow....
........filling the mouting holes on the edge of the entry with a hard wax or similar and smoothing to contour.
.........finding a way to hold the lid on that eliminates the two columns.

First one is easy...second needs a wee bit of thought......but either or both will make a difference
Neil Ferguson

Neil: The second one is easy too, just look at the clips holding the heater box together. If you have ever needed to remove these you will know how effective they are
dominic clancy

Dominic...... I have and I agree. I would believe an extra 2% or so would be achieved by tidying up the airflow directions and eliminating the eddies caused by the holes and poles inside the filter can .
For your info My better-than-new judson total kit after the George Folchi magic wand makeover has just arrived...... But I intend to do some experimentation on the existing set up before starting the Judson work.
Neil Ferguson

Dominic and Neil

I am seriously considering 'butchering' my canisters in the way of an experiment. They are 'new' rather than originals so I don't mind.

I am looking at cutting the posts flush with my stack as you describe, then drilling a couple of bolt holes through the casing very close to the edge. If I do it carefully I can pass bolts through the folds in the K&N filter with only slight cutting required to the rubber moulding - I had to cut some of it away on the front filter to accommodate the breather pipe, so no real issue there.

If I do go ahead, I will post some pictures and obviously let you know if I get any additional 'seat of the pants' performance.

Steve
Steve Gyles

Just had a closer look. The theory might be ok, but it looks a practical no go to me. If the internal posts are cut off down to the stub stack there is insufficient thread depth left for the bolts to hold the canister securely to the carb. back to square one.

Steve
Steve Gyles

Hi Steve, I have fitted your stubstacks in my K&N filter (attached photo) and as you can see the mounting bolts are separate from the stack. These can therefore be cut off and replaced by outer clips or small screws through the rim. I might try it - I was thinking of going back to the original ones anyway, with the K&N filter inside as you have done.

Cam Cunningham

Cam

Did you find you could get enough purchase on the bolts? Bearing in mind the stacks are 8mm thick at the centre, that leaves only a turn and a half or so of the carb securing bolts, unless of course, with K&N filter canisters (mine are Vokes) they use a finer thread size.

Steve
Steve Gyles

Hi Steve, Note in the photo that the bolts are round and fit inside the stubstack holes. These are what were fitted by the PO. Only problem now might be that the bolts turn inside the stubstack when I have to remove the filter back.
Cam Cunningham

Hi Steve, do you still have some of these left?

I would definitely like a pair, to be shipped to Germany.

Please email me to advise how to order.

Thanks! Sylvester
Sylvester Harvin

Hi to All,
I have just ordered 55 pairs of stub stacks at a cost of £20.00a pair + P&P.The weight, including packing is approx 175gms,so post for UK should be £1.09, Europe £2.11 & rest of world(airmail) £3.20.I would like payment before posting please, preferably Paypal.
Paypal ref-esselay@hotmail.co.uk.If you can't use Paypal,or wish to contact me to confirm anything, email me at esselay.123@btinternet.com
I have been told the stacks should be ready at the end of Jan.
Regards,
Steve A.
S Ash

Just paid with PayPal, rounded up to #25 as I reckon you deserve a pint for the effort you have put in on this project

Thanks
Dominic
dominic clancy

The hotmail address just bounced back as being invalid (and I did remove the extra .if at the end), so I'd wait before sending your payment into a paypal black hole

Steve, perhaps you could confirm the paypal address to be sure

Dominic
dominic clancy

Hi,
Money (£25) is on it's way.
Thanks again.
When will you want postal addresses?
Kind regards
Nigel Munford

Steve, will send £25 via PayPal as soon as you confirm correct paypal email address (per dominics msg). Many thanks for all your effort.
Andy Bounsall

Hi Dominic,
I have received one payment from USA via Paypal,and have checked my account details with them,so as far as I know,the address must be ok.(no last dot after uk)
Paypal--esselay@hotmail.co.uk

Regards,
Steve A.
S Ash

Payment went through OK. (no last dot after UK & only a single hyphen between paypal & esselay)

Thanks Steve for all your efforts

Regards

Richard Evans
R A Evans

Hi Steve,

Just procesed payment of 25GBP through Paypal, Thanks once again. Please let me know if you need any further details.

Russell Goebel
R J Goebel

Steve..just sent 25 quid via payPal..a bargain .
Many thanks
Neil
Neil Ferguson

hi steve

payment on the way. thanks for all the leg work looking forward to tinkering
pete
PETE CERKA

Hi Steve, £25 payment for one pair sent at 10:40 this morning.
Lindsay Sampford

Hmmm, exactly what paypal email address are folks sending their funds to? I went to paypal and put EXACTLY the email address from Steve's most recent post. Ignoring the @hotmail.co.uk portion, that's be paypal--esselay and paypal says there's no one registered with that email id. Changed it to a single hyphen as suggested in Richard Evans post (i.e. paypal-esselay) and paypal still says there's nobody registered with that id. Finally, I tried just esselay and paypal no longer complained, which I assume means there IS a registered user with that email id. The question is, is that Steve Ash?
Andy Bounsall

Hi Steve
Just sent 25£ via pay pal for one pair.
Thank you very much for your efforts in this matter.
André

A.M. Kunz

Hi Andy,
The Paypal address is-

esselay@hotmail.co.uk

There are no hyphens and the only two full stops are one between hotmail and co and the other between co and uk.This is the address that comes up when I log on to Paypal, I do not have any other paypal address.I have received four payments via Paypal so far.Would everyone sending payments please make sure that I have your full postal address.
Regards,
Steve A.
S Ash

Thanks for clearing that up Steve. Payment sent.
Andy Bounsall

Steve
Payment made via Paypal and it confirmed your full name so should be ok. I have added a message with address so hope all done. Thanks for your efforts.
Bruce
Bruce Mayo

Hi Steve,

Thanks for the confirmation Paypal e-mail address. I have cancelled the first payment which was floating in cybre space somewhere, and re-sent the 25GBP. This time confirmed by Paypal with your name. So this time it should find its way to you ok.

Once again thanks for all the work.

Russell Goebel
R J Goebel

seems to have gone through with

esselay@hotmail.co.uk

Dominic
dominic clancy

Steve,
£25 paid. Thanks for fixing this.
Shane
Shanerj

Steve,
25 pounds coming your way - I hope. Paypal wasn't sure if you were a member...
Thanks for taking the trouble.

Christian
Foss

Hi
Any chance of accepting a cheque.You have e-mail
Alan
A Anstead

Hi,
I think the problem is the 'ref' before the esselay that has caused the problem, in the post on the 8th at 19.00 hours. I used it first time but with no success, without it the payment went through, with Steve's name mentioned
Nigel Munford

Steve,

25BP on its way. Looking forward to my 5% HP! Thanks a bunch for your work.

John Backman
jbackman

Steve,

25 Pounds on its way, thanks for your effort.

Graham Hamilton
G Hamilton

Payment sent and confirmed.

Thanks for the hard work on this.

Cheers,
Christopher
Christopher Wilson

I really appreciate your effort, not just the manufacture and distribution, but your role in the development of these gadgets. That has taken a lot of your time and has required lots of research and skill, and deserves a medal at least.
Barry
Barry Gannon

Steve, my payment of 25 GBP sent.
Thanks for all the effort.
g Harrison

Steve A and Steve G,

I would be interested, but I have HS6 1.75" carbs. Have you considered branching out to this size for the V8, MGC and uprated cars market? I'd definitely be up for a pair if you did!

cheers,

Grant :-)
G Hudson

Steve Ash,
I am informed that my mate Charles Vassallo, on who's behalf I had ordered a pair of stacks, has sent you the money via paypal. Any problems please let me know. Thanks for all your trouble.

Frank
F. Camilleri

Cheque in post.
Alan.
A Anstead

HS6 stacks are available here for GBP 25 each

http://www.med-engineering.co.uk/catalogue/ancillaries/med-stub-stacks
dominic clancy

Hi Steve, is is too late to order a pair?
Ron

Ron,
It's not too late,just send £25.00 via Paypal to
esselay@hotmail.co.uk.Make sure you send your full postal address.
Regards,
Steve A.
S Ash

HI Steve

Payment sent as 'Personal Gift'

Regards...John
J Bray

Hi, Steve--

Thanks so much for all your effort. I've just sent payment via Paypal, now confirmed.

Cheers.
Ken
Ken Korey

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