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Got my new sticker today , thank you Mark , where is the best place to put it :whistler: ie , on the window at the back , which might obscure my veiw when I'm being nosey , or on the back of the van itself ? where do you stick yours ? please bare in mind I am now a women of means , now that I've won Mollys raffle, so just be careful where you tell me to stick it :laugh::laugh:

Many thanks Maggie xx :thumbsup:

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Ours is on the back of the van Maggie, so are the other ones I have seen.

I wouldn't tell you where to stick it!!

Some would :yes: but not me ::D:

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Thanks Mark , I suppose I've now got to clean the van , can't have a clean sticker and a dirty van !

Maggie xx :thumbsup:

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I stuck it on the rear of the old van aswell. Tried to remove it on saturday afternoon, Don't arf stick, then thought, what am I am doing, leave it, good advertising, More gils please Mark :lol:

I will be gettiing some more for the new van, probably at Lickhill :thumbsup:

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I would need to remove a certain other sticker first :lol:

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