Subject: “Purchase”

From: Peter Marsh
Subject: Purchase

Message Body:
Good Morning

Can you please provide a Proforma invoice for the following

2×14 x4 Tyres – P/N 4006141S
1 x 400 x 4 nose wheel approx price $40.00
4 x 1lt Aeroshell sport+ 4

Delivery to
5 Propeller Place
Gatton Qld 4343.

Best Regards
Peter Marsh


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