Pangs of concience

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GuyMassey
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Pangs of concience

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Is it wrong of me to have bought a Corgi Stirling really cheaply off eBay because the seller listed it as a Sterling? :lol:
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Sterling work I'd say Guy, or should that be Stirling work?
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Guy, of course not ............. you happened to be in the right place at the right time, knowing the right details to get it at the right price ........... Right you are !
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