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Postby BUNNERS » Fri Jan 15, 2016 3:26 pm

Just off the cuff
I am led to believe that the second winner of £33,000,000 is as yet un identified, it not me I have checked many a time, question is, if you fellow member were lucky to hold the winning ticket what would you do with the influx of funds, me I would buy an airfield, just a little grass field, build a hanger and stock it with Spitfire, Hurricane, etc, in a second hanger would be a vast display of the Motorcycles that made Great Britain famous throughout the world. Question is, What would you do with it?
Oh and make sure the Grand Children were sorted, but only if they had a job and realised the value of money.

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Re: Lottery

Postby Steven.Carter » Fri Jan 15, 2016 5:28 pm

Well, Bunners I know this doesn't properly answer your question but I recon we've already won it. The lottery of life in mean. I haven't had any real hardship or hunger.
But what would I do if I had 33 million, crikeys I've no idea, might get a sq4.

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Re: Lottery

Postby steve.clarke » Fri Jan 15, 2016 6:08 pm

Easy Give up work, well equipped large garage workshop, house and grounds with an internal road round it for testing purposes (banked.... :D ) the only additions to the bike fleet would be a new-ish Bonnie, possibly a square four,oh! and a cyclone, Holidays in the Sun what else could I want, give the rest to the kids you need it when your young, after all they did get me this for Christmas--- Happy days better than a Hornby train set, Funny Santa Claus looked remarkably like Pete Kemp.
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Re: Lottery

Postby GuyH » Fri Jan 15, 2016 6:12 pm

33 million quid? I reckon I might be able to afford to finish my Square Four restoration - but only just!
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Re: Lottery

Postby johnwalsh » Fri Jan 15, 2016 7:50 pm

I agree with Steve to a point, I think our generation ( I generalise I know ) have been dealt a fairly good hand really, No wars to speak of, reasonably full employment and affordable housing etc. etc. Don't think I'd want to start all over again. I'd treat myself ( and the wife ) to a decent property with workshop overlooking the sea.
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