RIP Citronut

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Re: RIP Citronut

Post by demag » 18 Jan 2016, 21:53

Martin that is lovely. Make sure you stay together. Life's too short you know. No pun intended.

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Re: RIP Citronut

Post by chris citro » 22 Jan 2016, 01:01

myglaren wrote:
Hell Razor5543 wrote:This forum is a quiet place without him. His wit, and his knowledge were much appreciated. However, how much sadder would it be if he had never been here? I treasure the time we knew him.
Indeed, Malcolm was unique and irreplaceable.
he was unique and he is irreplacecble your comment is so right.
I have been reading though some of his post on here .Some i had seen befor ,but their a lots i had not .did dose explain he would always say i just need to finnish this post when i asked him to do anything . :)
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Re: RIP Citronut

Post by Stickyfinger » 22 Jan 2016, 01:26

I like it that I keep coming across Malcolm on the forum........kind of nice :)

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Re: RIP Citronut

Post by Mothman » 22 Jan 2016, 11:17

I miss him too, still think about him and the work he did on my BXs. Was thinking about him a couple of days ago when Gloria, the MK 1 Auto i bought off him wouldnt start and the fact that the battery we bought together had failed. Made me smile and i can imagine what he would be saying about it now. Sadly gone but never never forgotten.

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Re: RIP Citronut

Post by jsp » 12 Mar 2016, 02:22

Sorry for the late reply,

My condolences even I have seen this just ago on the forum because, of a member saying his C5 won't be the same again without Malcom.

He has helped me a lot with my Citroens through the forum here.

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A deep bow for him for all the help he has provided me and the forum.

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Re: RIP Citronut

Post by red_dwarfers » 30 Jun 2016, 19:14

He was certainly helping me out in spirit when I was replacing the Xantia clutch a couple of weekends ago. I picked up an engine support beam on his recommendation and used some of the other tips and tricks he passed on to me. The PERCY WAT SIT was definitely out in force that weekend!

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Re: RIP Citronut

Post by CitroJim » 01 Jul 2016, 08:31

It is almost a year now....

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Re: RIP Citronut

Post by xantiamanic » 01 Jul 2016, 09:06

I miss his humour .... daily [emoji20]

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Re: RIP Citronut

Post by CitroJim » 01 Jul 2016, 17:24

xantiamanic wrote:I miss his humour .... daily [emoji20]
Same here but he's alive and well in our thoughts and his spirit is still very much here; it always will be....

We'll never forget Malcolm.

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Re: RIP Citronut

Post by xantiamanic » 02 Jul 2016, 09:47

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Re: RIP Citronut

Post by chris citro » 02 Jul 2016, 09:50

it dose not seem possible it a year today that Malcolm died :cry:

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Re: RIP Citronut

Post by Stickyfinger » 02 Jul 2016, 10:04

Argggg.......................my thoughts today

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Re: RIP Citronut

Post by myglaren » 02 Jul 2016, 10:06

It certainly doesn't .
The time goes so quickly but Malcolm will be remembered here for a very long time, he was a very large part of this community.

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Re: RIP Citronut

Post by chris citro » 02 Jul 2017, 21:40

It dose not seem possible it is 2years today that malcom past away
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Re: RIP Citronut

Post by NewcastleFalcon » 02 Jul 2017, 21:59

Chris

Here's a link to one of Malcolm's posts which you may not have discovered, but was typical of his humour.

There was always a response from Malcolm which gave life to the forum. If you posted something up Malcolm would be along to join in greatly adding to the enjoyment of all on the FCF.

viewtopic.php?f=2&t=48955&start=75#p418893

There's loads more of course, which others will remember fondly too. :)

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Neil