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PostPosted: Fri Feb 12, 2010 2:36 pm 
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Hi All,

West Country based new member here!

I am looking for advice on how to get into the Heavy Recovery business, are there any trade magazines where jobs are advertised, or where I could place an advert myself?

I have a Class 1 and many years of experience. I have always done some light recovery (from my racing days) and have built my own transporters in the past. My daily driver Transit even has a Harvey Frost cane poking out the back! I also co-own, with a collegue, a Atkinson Heavy Recovery that we rescued when a local garage shut down.

I would be grateful for any advice any of you may have.

Regards, Adrian.

P.S. Love the Camaro, I've got a '69 Roadrunner!


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hi guys i came across your forum as im really looking to get into heavy recovery and im not sure where to begin so if anyone comes across this all information will be grately recieved many thanks shaun

ps some fantastic pics on the forum enjoying looking through them all


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