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    Default Which roadsign did you successfully bid for?

    And how much, too?

    i've got Reservoir Road, for $51.

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    Kampong Wak Hassan - $51

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    I know at least I've secured one.

    Jalan Suka @ S$51. (Phew ... one of the cheapest around)

    For the other 2, I'll be waiting for good news (hopefully) from LTA-Comchest.

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    ClubSNAP Idol Adam Goi's Avatar
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    Just confirm that I also got

    1. Seng Poh Road ($121)
    2. Seng Poh Lane ($91).

    Any suggestions on how to hang/display the road signs? I'm really keen to display them in my room ...

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    Default Re: Which roadsign did you successfully bid for?

    Originally posted by sehsuan
    And how much, too?

    i've got Reservoir Road, for $51.
    Wow you got Reservoir Road! Cool!

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    Originally posted by AdamGoi
    Just confirm that I also got

    1. Seng Poh Road ($121)
    2. Seng Poh Lane ($91).

    Any suggestions on how to hang/display the road signs? I'm really keen to display them in my room ...
    hammer them on to your computer casing??
    We are HDD of PC & FT are MB add to storage;
    so PC never hangs with enormous storage capacity - LKY

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    Originally posted by Wai
    hammer them on to your computer casing??
    knock 4 holes at the four corners in one of them. then knock 2 holes at the top corners in the remaining one. use fishing line to tie them together and suspend from ceiling.

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