Top detective skills on that fiat rallycar, it was indeed j51131, if you look in the background you will see a silver car that also appears behind the dodge van.
Jersey used to have some "Anglo American" auctions late 80s-early 90s, which accounts for some of the more bizarre stuff on the roads, used to be a lot of cast-off vehicles used for type approval purposes apparently. Something to do with the Jersey SVA test being easier to pass than the UK equivalent.
Don't remember any CF2 ice cream vans on Jersey, they were all very early mark 1 examples far as I can tell!
Here's another big batch from last week - less "shite" in many ways but still shitey...
made reference before to the Portuguese community's idea of "styling"... this sad 190D emphasises the point
Just right near my parents' house - I recognise the 2500S but the other car is a bit old for me - someone enlighten please?
GTA! Smert. Sunny saloon creeping into the picture too
More from the scrapyard
Side view of the same pile, what a waste of reusable parts.
Nissan van surely too new to be "end-of-life" already.
If Jersey people throw stuff like this away it makes you wonder how there's so much older stuff still on the road.
Lots of hours of sunshine over here, which has flattened the paint of this tiddly 'Zuki considerably
and indeed this newish Charade - that's not just sunlight reflecting off the bonnet - it really has become practically white
Wonder if this will appear on J plates shortly.
Just what were Skoda thinking when they came up with these
This coach may be nearly new, but trust me they are shite - apparently they are pretty much a clone of the Leyland Swift which itself was heavily based on the mid 1980s Roadrunner truck. Bodywork built in Leicester!!
Mini based tat
Escort mk4 corner - still bloody loads everywhere I look. Pair of Ghias, first one in that
colour, second an automatic next to the uniquely Jersey parking sign, then two special edition cabrios which are nice because if they were UK cars they'd no doubt have been modified to pieces by now.
Badges say GT6, can anybody tell me more?
Sporty looking Ibiza; sadly missed a nice mk1 System Porsche example
More tape needed on this dog eared Jug XJ40
Merc Cooooooop (engine size unknown)
Opel version of the Carlton - high J number suggests recently imported
Early, garishly-kitted Aeroback looks to be laid up.
More rallycar nonsense with added fibreglass wings
Institute of Advanced Motorists badge looks odd on French reg R200 - was only later I realised it's actually RHD
Quite possibly the world's shittiest fleet of Hire cars??
Maybe not!!!! Hope this doesn't cost any more than 75p a day to rent
Echoing the matching Space Cruiser collection earlier
Later model Urvan
These starting to get a bit thin on the ground
This won't be here much longer - housing due to be built in this area soon
One of many Dub things on the island - this one with four exhaust pipes suggesting it's no longer fitted with whatever piss poor engine it would have had when new
Finally; If Autoshite made houses. Mad. Definitely inspired me to self-build my own place with an enormous garage on the first level