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Post  Guest Sun Mar 21 2010, 23:42

Spotted this evening in Ealing London W5


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Post  Rosco Mon Mar 22 2010, 00:53

Might wanna blank out some/all of the Reg No just in case Mr Thieving Bar Steward looking to clone a bike is watching.

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Post  Guest Mon Mar 22 2010, 07:55

not sure how to do that. I'll try and remove the pic .To be honest , if I wanted to clone a bike I'd go on autotrader .
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Post  weasley Mon Mar 22 2010, 09:06

Yeah - I'm not that hung up about reg numbers on the internet - after all they're on display for all to see on the road and there are plenty of other resources for getting reg plates.
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Post  Guest Mon Mar 22 2010, 09:34

[quote="weasley"]Yeah - I'm not that hung up about reg numbers on the internet - after all they're on display for all to see on the road and there are plenty of other resources for getting reg plates.[/quote

To be honest , when I've taken pictures of my own cars or my bike - I never bother blanking out the number plate.
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Post  Rosco Mon Mar 22 2010, 13:02

I too have posted pictures of my own and others bikes with their reg no on show but will do my best not to from now on.
All bikes look best from the side / front anyway and I'm sure most folk would know it was theirs or not without the reg no.....assuming they can remember where they'd parked it / ridden it.

I'd hate for THIS to happen to me or anyone with a Thundercat just because someone on here posted a picture of it with its registration number on show.

I know there are other websites / ways of the cloners getting this info but I don't think we shouldn't make it easy for them especially if it 'could' be at our fellow thundercatter's expense.

To change the image on a windows PC.....
Once you've found the image
RIGHT click the image and choose edit (this will probably open MS PAINT unless you've another image editor on your PC.
Scroll to find the bit you want to change.
Use the Eraser, or airbrush tool to blank it out.
Then Files / SAVE AS (if you want to keep the original).

Much easier to take pictures with the number plates not on show great

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Post  ellie Mon Mar 22 2010, 13:19

Don't know how it happened, but a few years ago I had a convertible RS Escort that was cloned, the police came to see me because the cloned one had been involved in traffic offences, but luckily i'd sold it some time earlier. :afro: so be warned.........
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Post  caitlin Mon Mar 22 2010, 15:11

Were it me, what would I be charged with?
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