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o topIs your old O top really getting beyond decency?
Fancy looking the professional at the 6 Days this year?
For a few pounds you can upgrade your O wardrobe and really feel part of the club.

Iain McLeod needs his garage back and would love to shift some of the Gramp Kit that has been sitting in boxes for a while now. He has a selection of tops – a mix of the Fugro sponsored Trimtex and the previous Noname ones with the castle-on-the-bum design – plus a handful of jackets and a single GJO Hoody.
Full details of sizes and prices here:  Gramp Kit Sale Jan 2015.pdf
If you’re interested, give Iain a call on 01224 867297.

Iain also has some vintage clothing that ought to be fetching a premium but instead he’s only asking you to make a donation.  Red and white T-shirts, retro tops and pride of place are some red lycras.


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