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    Default Exhibitors and products

    Would it help for people who cannot get to shows to get a list of sellers and what they specialise in so none attenders can try and get missing parts?

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    Default Re: Exhibitors and products

    Not really.

    Some sellers may be only operating on a very small basis & have no interest in providing a postal service let alone a stock list.

    Those who are geared up to a postal service are likely to be found in the trader's section of http://www.milweb.net/dealers.php

    Then if you click on the sort of vehicles that interest you on the column on the left it will display those dealers with an interest in those vehicles.

    But even at the biggest of shows if you are looking for sellers of British vehicle bits, other than Land Rovers, any list would be very short.
    Clive Elliott

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    Default Re: Exhibitors and products

    Quote Originally Posted by fv1609 View Post
    Not really.

    Some sellers may be only operating on a very small basis & have no interest in providing a postal service let alone a stock list.

    Those who are geared up to a postal service are likely to be found in the trader's section of http://www.milweb.net/dealers.php

    Then if you click on the sort of vehicles that interest you on the column on the left it will display those dealers with an interest in those vehicles.

    But even at the biggest of shows if you are looking for sellers of British vehicle bits, other than Land Rovers, any list would be very short.
    Many thanks

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    I thought this question was suggesting that the friendly members on here might have a look on behalf of the non-attendee and buy items for them in the same way the rich and famous have professional buyers to go and get their daily essentials. But in the MV world that's what your mates are for!

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    Default Re: Exhibitors and products

    Quote Originally Posted by LarryH57 View Post
    I thought this question was suggesting that the friendly members on here might have a look on behalf of the non-attendee and buy items for them in the same way the rich and famous have professional buyers to go and get their daily essentials. But in the MV world that's what your mates are for!
    Good point, never took a thought that way, brain still needs to start working

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