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Greetings All,

I think this might have been answered previously, but I'm still struggling.

I can post youtube links where the video starts at the beginning. However, when I post a youtube link that doesn't start at the beginning, the video still starts at the beginning

This should start at 33 seconds ( sack being thrown into the back of the boxy Volvo ) , but the link starts at the beginning ( cow shed )



Link includes &t=33s

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I like the noise of the straight cut gears. Obviously not a stock 240 estate.

It takes me back to when I was a twenty something and had a Mk1 Transit van that was hugely under powered but whenever it snowed I would go out to somewhere quiet and drift it in the snow and ice. Happy days.

Probably would get thrown in jail now if I was caught doing something similar.

John


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