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20th January 2003


Nice one Fergus...Caption Compo: Winner

"It was noted that the Vincent Owners Club stand reflected the current state of job and bonus prospects in the City."

Congratulations Fergus Ankhorn, winner of the first RealClassic.co.uk caption competition with the above suggestion. Your "Cold Killers Hot Collar" prize will be with you just in time for the weather to turn warm again.

An honourable mention goes to the minimalist Steve Figures for "Vincent. In-cog Neato!", while Steve Lacey's suggestion of "...the contents of Vincent's colostomy bag fetched 40" had us more than a bit worried.

Most of the other entries were along the lines of Rod Hearne's "Vincent project bike for sale: 4,000"; many thanks to all of you for entering and keeping RealClassic.co.uk entertained during the long winter afternoons.

The Prize

Got make up your own captions for this one...Just in time to save your neck from freezing February, we found a Cold Killers Hot Collar. One size fits almost anyone, and none of us have worn it, honest. Hot Collars take the place of the traditional scarf, although they tend not to wriggle around your neck and fall off into a puddle. The Hot Collar is made of Singtex breathable fabric which is wind-chill resistant, thin and flexible yet extremely snuggly and even washable.

Hot Collars don't usually cost too much, but lucky old Fergus just won one. If you didn't win, then pop off and buy any of the Cold Killers range from www.planet-knox.com


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