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#91 OFFLINE   mk2_craig

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Posted 19 October 2007 - 10:44 PM

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Wow a fellow shite enthusiast from the same fair isle, many of the crappers you've taken pics of are either cars that I've seen many times before or have actually driven, the old mk1 white Renault 5-my mate owns it and offered to swap it or sell it for next to nothing-6 years ago it looked mint but now its a bit...shite. the bronze Merc G-wagen we did some work on at the garage (smelt of shite I remember) and the green Renault 4 is just brilliantly shite to drive what with a weird column gearshift. The Citroen Visa is owned by a local mechanic who is well known locally for hillclimbing his mad 7 litre jag e-type but everytime I bump into him he's sat in his Visa-he really loves that thing-literally. My own shite consists of a 4.5 Rover SD1 (still classed as shite as every panel is either rotten or dented) a near minty SD1 2600 (shite because its not a vee eight) and a clean BMW e28 525i (the last two need to go!) I shall post up some pics of some more of Jersey's Jewels in honour of your fine work-and to any of the chaps on the mainland reading-I doubt you will ever see so much shite per square mile (vergee?) as you will in the shite capital of Jersey and the mileage is usually low too, I know of 4 abandoned BMW 6 series here amongst its many other hidden gems but the main problem is Jersey people never want to let go of any old shite the answer is always the same-"No its not for sale I'm going to restore it" type of thing but they never do. I weep I really do.

Hello Mr (Mrs?) Shite Meister, you win the prize for most frequent use of the word "shite", you even manage to sneak it into your username and signature. Well done! As a reward I present you another small selection of random recyclable metal.

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Few of these still around. Should appeal to you, Mr Regie Ritmo?

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A handful of 50 series trucks still in use, this scaffolding company has various other old yad too. Commercials are only given an annual inspection if they are of oversize "P30" status

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A good number of original style Cargos can be found grafting, 15 years after production ceased

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Sorry for the inferior photo, I think these are David Browns?

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Fiesta selection

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How's this for night shite spotting. I was habsolutely BATTERED at the time of taking this photo. Stella fuelled shutter skillz

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Late model mk1 uno, don't think I've seen one on J plates in a while.

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Nice Laurel, Sid'n'Doris waiting for the ferry after their 45th visit to the island

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These have got to be seriously scarce now. Some sort of special ed I think?

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Same rims as the terracotta one pictured earlier in the thread?

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Here just to make up the numbers, check out that mould underneath it

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The best for last?

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Posted 19 October 2007 - 11:02 PM

Ooh, nice Lite Ace/Pony/Laurel/Abarth (real or not)!

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Posted 20 October 2007 - 06:56 PM

Greetings mk2 craig, keep up this fine work, in honour of this sterling effort I shall post some pics of shite from this fair isle which henceforth shall be know as The Isle of Shite. here is a couple of pics of matey's renault 5 that you teased us with earlier.http://i218.photobucket.com/albums/cc311/shite_meister/Photo-0436.jpg
and a quickie from the rear if you will
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and one of my pieces o'shite (4.5 don't you know)
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Ta Ta for now my shite comrades, my mission tomorrow is to caputure some timeless shite using the medium of a 1986 BMW sharknose 5 series (and work out what I'm going to eat). cheers my dears. p.s I'm loving that hippy van-not seen it on the road.
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Posted 20 October 2007 - 07:16 PM

various other old yad

'Old Yad' :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Posted 21 October 2007 - 01:10 PM

http://i146.photobucket.com/albums/r254/...
Few of these still around. Should appeal to you, Mr Regie Ritmo?

Not really, but it reminds me of this one......

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A handful of 50 series trucks still in use, this scaffolding company has various other old yad too. Commercials are only given an annual inspection if they are of oversize "P30" status

This appeals far more! :D

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Posted 28 October 2007 - 10:16 PM

Eclectic selection this time, where to start... how about this nice 75.
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Non turbo 505 GRD on the nearest thing Jersey still has to a sink estate these days
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Riley 1.5
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Days numbered for this clonked MG Metro
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Ford hoard
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CAT PISS TARP CHALLENGE
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Vandalised Lancer
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Today's token tractor spot
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I believe this is a Nissan Pao, much more interesting than the usual Estima/Pajero pikey tat J-import fare, not that there's too much of that over here mind
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Derelict Sherpa in front of two LHD Beemers, the one at the back a 6-series
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Random field tat, this appears to be the rear half of a MCW Metrorider midibus roof
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viz: http://www.autoshite... ... 9&start=15

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Sera, I think this is the one being advertised at £5500 in the local rag though there's a few on the island

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Nice centre caps on this Subaru estate, would this be 2WD then?

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Ignore the other two, it's the P6B for me

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And another one

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Already clocked by SM on one of his threads, guess that restoration hasn't started in earnest yet

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Just part of a legendary tat stash...

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There's a fair bit more in here too

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Another BX bites the dust, hope it's not that nice Granada's turn next

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Wot, no Hiab?

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Smart CF2

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Hiace out to grass

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Friend's father used to own this, looking very neglected now.

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Escort cabrio doesn't look like it's moved for some time, this a special edition with the RS turbo bodykit factory-fitted

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Sad Stag

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Mouldy Merc

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Festering Fourtrak

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Something old

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Wonderful 50-series

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French futureshite

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Pointless pickup

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929 wagon I think?

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Probably my favourite sighting of the day

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Mk2 Fiesta Ghia corner

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Another one visible here, this scene was depicted in 55bloke's thread from 2006 and is in fact an impound yard for abandoned vehicles left on public housing estates.

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Posted 28 October 2007 - 10:30 PM

More stupendous Channel Islands shiteings :lol: Agreed, the pranged metroids days are numbered, see the rusty rad water stains down the valance panel and the rust coloured stain on the tarmac below :lol: Piss tarp challenge, could it be a MK1 Fester :lol: A special edition model by the looks of the funky stripes, was it called 'Festival' :?: Splendid Pikey Dodge Commando by the way :D
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Posted 29 October 2007 - 06:55 AM

Is the CPT a Stuporsprot???
Stormy Petrel on a stick!!

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Posted 29 October 2007 - 11:16 AM

Is that Sierra covered in bird crap? :shock: That final photo of the compound....over here I suppose those cars would just be crushed?....... :?

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Posted 29 October 2007 - 11:32 AM

Thats certainly a Fiesta Festival in the CTP....you did know that already surely?Looks a state unfortunately... :(

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Posted 29 October 2007 - 05:57 PM

Think the "something old" may be an Austin 10?

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Posted 29 October 2007 - 09:21 PM

Some more fantastic pics, the Alfa 75-was just thinking about that yesterday, I used to work at the Alfa dealership and the owner brought it in and spent quite alot of muller on work-and this was in the last two years or so, nice to know someone still looks after the tat. Ah AllegroLand!! If you look just ahead of the Astra Estate you will see just a tiny bit of a tail-light and body of a BMW six series, there are two there-another is in front of that but not visible in this pic. The proprietor of AllegroLand is a strange fish, won't sell anything at all and talks like Frank Butcher. Has some amazing hulks of tat usually with trees growing out of them and is under the illusion that an Allegro with a tree growing out of the roof makes it a rare and sought after classic. Rant over! MrSM
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Posted 31 October 2007 - 01:47 PM


http://i146.photobucket.com/albums/r254/...
Few of these still around. Should appeal to you, Mr Regie Ritmo?

Not really, but it reminds me of this one......

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They remind me of this one...

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Posted 31 October 2007 - 01:51 PM

Ok Joe - you win! :lol:

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Posted 31 October 2007 - 02:22 PM

Yeah sorry about that, but couldn't resist putting it in here when I saw it again today!KJ

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Posted 08 December 2007 - 01:11 AM

Thats certainly a Fiesta Festival in the CTP....you did know that already surely?

Indeed :P it doesn't look entirely untidy but certainly needing work, a strange thing to keep under a tarp all the same.

A few more from recent weeks. Shite spotting has been severely curtailed by wintry weather. This small selection contains a few hunnies that I've already snapped earlier in the year. HOPE U LIKE

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Disappointingly not a Sao Penza, but I know some of you will approve

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Fibreglass fun! Two of these just imported from Belgium by the same (presumably crazy) guy

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Not shite, but remarkably original-looking - a rare sight now

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Someone I know owns this and various other stuff. Just visible are two Jugulars, a tin-top E-type and a mkII

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I probably don't photograph Scimitars as much as I should, this one looks quite pretty though is apparently fairly knackered

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Bin lorry shite. Don't think this is all that common a model, whatever it is?

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SOOTY VAN, 1987 model apparently.

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Attrition rate of mk1 Fiestas has been particularly huge on Jersey, few now left from many thousands registered here.

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Early Manta

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Déjà vu section

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Posted 08 December 2007 - 08:28 AM

http://i146.photobucket.com/albums/r254/...

Pant! Thats gorjus!

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Posted 08 December 2007 - 08:31 AM

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Bin lorry shite. Don't think this is all that common a model, whatever it is?

Just wondering, has the local council named their shiny new sports centre or somesuch after a forgotted French saloon... Le Fregate?

I shall be starting a petition to get something around these parts named The Tagora Centre I thinks....

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Posted 08 December 2007 - 11:52 AM

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Pant! Thats gorjus!
Bloody lovely! an early model with chrome trimage and the 850 'boss' motor 8) I'd love to own that!
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Posted 08 December 2007 - 12:48 PM

Those Manta As really are beautiful cars, aren't they? Thougt so right from day 1, but with the passage of time they seem to get even lovlier. Surely one of the best looking mass-market cars ever?

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Posted 01 January 2008 - 11:02 PM

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Just wondering, has the local council named their shiny new sports centre or somesuch after a forgotted French saloon... Le Fregate?

I shall be starting a petition to get something around these parts named The Tagora Centre I thinks....
La Fregate is in fact a seaside cafe constructed to resemble an upturned boat :?:roll: the bin wagon is in fact a Terberg, model TS1000 according to the door badging.

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Posted 01 January 2008 - 11:37 PM

So I thought I'd cast an eye back over all the shite of the last year and provide an update on what's no longer gracing Jersey's roads and driveways:

The following all scrapped
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323, but plenty others still around so that's ok then.

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Sherpa. The Landy next to it has passed to one of my mates and causes me much amusement everytime I look at its bulkhead

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Golf diesel. Shame

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Probably the last mk1 Renner 5 in regular use

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Carina II, the reg number has been re-issued to a black Focus.

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323 estate, the plates have now been transferred to something else too.

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Audi 80

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Ford Festiva, was this the only one on the island? Possibly but not probably

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The lovely old Datsun on page 4 of this thread has also now apparently been crushed, what a waste.

Probably be gone by the end of this month
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This old mk1 Transit was last seen in a nearby abandoned vehicles pound

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The church on whose property this Sierra's been dumped have recently given notice in the local rag that it'll be disposed of if not claimed forthwith

Off to pastures new
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Not all old island shite is thrown away - some people actually export vehicles too

Mistaken identity?
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I saw a Clio bearing this J-number on the same day as this Mazda, a problem that occurs from time to time when reg marks are re-issued. Possible that someone's transferred another number onto the 323 but not actually physically changed the plates yet, but I hope the car's not being used or the wrong person's gonna get parking fines etc

Plenty more tat to show y'all, but I'm trying to curb my habit of posting nothing for ages then dozens of pics all at once, so I'll attempt to spread the latest spots throughout January.

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Posted 02 January 2008 - 12:53 AM

Always interesting to go through your pictures. Shame to see so many interesting characterful vehicles scrapped too. Is there any logic to Jersey registrations, or are they just a random series of numbers?

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Posted 02 January 2008 - 01:24 PM

No real logic as such, only that back in the year dot they started at J1 and increased from there. In the old days vehicles had to be taxed every January and if this wasn't done the registration would be cancelled then re-issued to another vehicle the next year. However since 1994 there has been no annual tax and although numbers are still recycled this does rely on owners telling the authorities when a vehicle is broken up or shipped out of the island.The latest hire cars here are registered J112200 upwards; thankfully there's very much fewer than 112200 vehicles clogging up the roads.In the course of researching the origins of my Fiesta I discovered that most J-numbers in the range J70000-71000 had been allocated to a different vehicle every year between 1985 and 1993 (mainly summer rental cars). Incidentally until very recently I believe there had only ever been one J1, a De Dion Bouton which was in the custody of a friend's father; this however was subsequently exported and the number is now on a Silver Ghost.Regarding the Ford Festiva above, there have been at least three registered in Jersey. These things are Korean-built.

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Posted 02 January 2008 - 10:32 PM

Ahhhhhhh I'm lovin that black sherpa on the Rover P6 wheel trims. I work with the son of the (ex)owner of the Datsun Estate-I think he said he had it from either new or near new and I remember seeing it being used as a taxi as recent as a couple of years ago! Looooverly old shite-char-a-banc I always wanted to get a ride in the Mk2 Granada Taxi that was in use till about 7 years ago.The renner 5 was in a bit of a state-every panel was quite rusty although it appears to be ok from the pics, the last owner (a mate) gave it to his old man who gave it to the Fire Brigade I belive, so it made its final journey to the scrapyard as a cabriolet....or in about 14 pieces.I worked in the local Renault Dealership untill last year and served the chap who owns that fantastic Renner 4-its nice to know that most of the bits are still available from Renault too.Cherio.
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Posted 05 January 2008 - 05:39 PM

Sixty odd slices of purest shite waiting to be uploaded. I'll do an update each week though so herewith the first 20:

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Nice old CF

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Crappy old Mitsi

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Beautifully looked-after Fiat Pandora

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Non-scene bay window

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Didn't think caravans were actually allowed on Jersey, but they exist!

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Derelict Iveco 79-series/Zeta

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Big Bedfraud

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And another

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Karrier??

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CF2

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Umm

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Landy

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Today's tractortat

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Very obviously ex Jersey Post

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As above... one of the last remaining vehicles here with metal reflective plates

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Good few of these around, unfortunately most (including this) operated by a cowboy outfit that's just been busted for £7500 over pisspoor maintenance

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Vehicles of this size are rare and strictly controlled by permit

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Don't think I've posted this before

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Modern Acty :shock:

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Pramshite!

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Posted 05 January 2008 - 05:46 PM

At the risk of appearing a little odd, I love those old-style prams! Hate the current "buggy" things that look as if they weigh about half a ton, with wheels that look like they belong on a 4 x 4!

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Posted 06 January 2008 - 07:36 PM

Gotta say, I'm seriously digging the pram!

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Posted 06 January 2008 - 08:59 PM

Pramwatch : looks like a Silver Cross.Neat documentation! Interesting to see the Acty van too, wonder how that ended up on the island. Those rear lamps have a touch of 70's to them.

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Posted 06 January 2008 - 09:38 PM

Is that spacehoppershite under the pram? Looks like a Woolworths:)




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