Lock repairs/key cutting

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alfadave
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Lock repairs/key cutting

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Swampy's Old Skool Lock Shop will fix door locks/ignition switches/locking fuel caps, and cut spare keys.
He has a good stock of Italian key blanks

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Sounds like a very usefull chap. Does he do mail order Dave ?
1983 1.3 Sud Ti
1996 33 1.7 16v racer
1997 916 spider 20v Turbo racer
1973 Mg Midget
1955 Austin A30
2006 Porsche Cayman S
2012 Skoda Octavia Vrs
2006 Peugeot motorhome

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Yes he will do mail order.
His contact details are on his website

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Cool I have a box full of blanks that may be more use To him Than me .
1983 1.3 Sud Ti
1996 33 1.7 16v racer
1997 916 spider 20v Turbo racer
1973 Mg Midget
1955 Austin A30
2006 Porsche Cayman S
2012 Skoda Octavia Vrs
2006 Peugeot motorhome

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Should you need a sigle or even a set of duplicate keys for your classic, then these guys are the bees knees:
http://keys4classics.com/
Don't let the fact that they are based on the other side of the world bother you too much. They offer a global service and postage is quick in my experience. I've used them mamy times and have never been disappointed. :D

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How much was the postage from Oz?

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I can't remember to be honest. It'll be on their website though. They price up using US Dollars and the exchange rate isn't exactly brilliant at the moment so it'll be pricey I would imagine.

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I'm lucky that Swampy is near me.
So, armed with a nose clip and a sanitising spray, I pick my keys up!

Others, further away, must pay £1 postage.

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