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Online KeithJ

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Cake Street Classics
« on: 11.08. 2015 23:32 »
Hi, can anyone tell me if Cake Street Classics are still open?  I've tried to call Roger a number of time over the last few months with no joy.  I might have been just unlucky.
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Re: Cake Street Classics
« Reply #1 on: 12.08. 2015 06:49 »
In case you saw it, I removed the obit of one Roger Sharman because I decided he must not be the one, but the coincidence was strong.

The attached 2015 photo from Google Earth makes it look like there is not any activity, but these are often taken early in the morning.

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Re: Cake Street Classics
« Reply #2 on: 12.08. 2015 10:21 »
I've spoken to friend of rogers Barleycorn engineers stainless bits etc who as said that he is still trading but has had some issues with phones ,he's trying to get a mobile number if it arrives I'll try calling him, regards Bob
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Re: Cake Street Classics
« Reply #3 on: 12.08. 2015 11:01 »
Thanks for the reply.  The number I have used for him is now "N/U", number unobtainable.

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Re: Cake Street Classics
« Reply #4 on: 02.11. 2015 00:25 »

 Any update on this- does he have a website? The best I can find is what appears to be Wassell.. *dunno*
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Re: Cake Street Classics
« Reply #5 on: 02.11. 2015 08:18 »
No update from me.  I was told he was attending the Classic Bike show at Netley Marsh Southampton but don't know if he did.  Has anyone else been in contact with Cake Street?
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