British Anzani

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British Anzani

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I was trying to look at British Anzani.co.uk but it won't open and it also seems you can't join the forum . Is the website defunct ? Or is it just me ?
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Seems to work for me.
What where you trying to find?
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Nothing in particular , if I go to the home page I can't get any further and in the past when I tried to join the forum it just seems to get stuck . I can view some stuff on the site if I go via a Google search . Maybe I need to try on a pc rather than a tablet
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Don't bother with the forum, there was nothing there last time I looked. An idea that never got off the ground I think!
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AusAnzani wrote:Don't bother with the forum, there was nothing there last time I looked. An idea that never got off the ground I think!
Yep

This site and forum is many years old and sadly, inception, was rather........"Brusk" and elite?

Nothing came from that sadly.

Best bet is start/continue with SOS, right here.

Many of us have Anzani experience.

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Thanks for the info . I have read alot about Anzani on here already , the wealth of knowledge among members is invaluable 8)
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