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  1. 13 points
    somewhatfoolish

    eBay tat volume 3.

    Autoshite camper! Anglia car auctions.
  2. 12 points
    morrisoxide

    eBay tat volume 3.

    What a fine design on this Fiat, it just sits there majestically. This was back when Fiat did things right... But that's enough about the Multipla. Nice! That steering wheel cover needs to be launched in the bin, and replaced with nice pair of driving gloves. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Fiat-130-Coupe/143408491769?hash=item2163cfecf9:g:gf4AAOSwKc5doFmH
  3. 11 points
    Skizzer

    eBay tat volume 3.

    Can’t remember the last time I saw a smart, unmolested RX7. Lovely. https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F223700577053 £1k but still counting, wonder what these go for?
  4. 11 points
    Skizzer

    eBay tat volume 3.

    Tidy XJ40 4.0 Sovereign, £500 start. https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F352819625890 So far so ordinary. But wait... Cloth!
  5. 11 points
    Planning a collection caper which is promising to be full of win. Cheap car - check Megabus for almost 5 hours - check Pay for Megabus with Clubcard points, needed to pay an extra £1.16 so paid with PayPal balance which occurred due to Delay repay on trains - check So win win win! Sent from my Moto G (5) using Tapatalk
  6. 11 points
    richardmorris

    The new news 24 thread

    2hours 45 mins it took to do 100miles up the m20, 26 and 25 last night from the tunnel. Anyway, I have done my best with the European wine lake. Not a bad sized boot for a coupe (18 cases) and it doesn’t look too low either. You can feel the weight in the tail round roundabouts though.
  7. 11 points
    Cavcraft

    eBay tat volume 3.

    @wuvvum Watlington anywhere near you? '1971 volvo 164 3.0 £1,595 Watlington, Norfolk 1971 manual 3.0 volvo 164 rare car, for restoration but i will say the bodywork chassis ,is solid . off road since 1990 before the new road tax laws, its not a historic car i have new v5 but i need to change to historic under process . i have some history old handbook, keys. got the car started on fuel can whats in the petrol tanks too old. drove back forth no problem happy to demonstrate here. needs brake work, electrics sorting , interior tired but its all there plus many spares in boot . someones started the project but nothing major removed only inner door handles some interior bits all in boot . paints old and faded but no rot on any doors pillars scuttles, good project . delivery possible' Someone called Clive Moss. It's on Facebook but I recall you saying you're not on there. Anyhow, get it bought!
  8. 11 points
    DVee8

    eBay tat volume 3.

    All the money at £1500,but look at it.. https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/917282728640699/
  9. 10 points
    Parky

    The grumpy thread

    Went back to work yesterday. Probably a bit too soon. Drove to Peterborough and did a meeting which was fine, drove back after. However forgot I had a second meeting in Huntingdon so managed to rearrange that but surprised I did that, first time in 20 years.... Went to office, felt odd, bit weak, sweaty, etc. Got through the day, made it home. Last night another flare up. Been awake all night in agony, but have been sick (a lot) this morning and feel a lot better. Still feel like I have been trampled by a load of cows so fucked today off as I am still not quite right. Thank god it’s the weekend. Should have taken yesterday off and returned for an easy transition today instead. Really need to start facing the fact I am 46 not 26 and because the steroids make me feel invincible, I really am not! Repair place did an initial assessment of the car and it’s actually not as bad as first thought. The impact missed the key structural stuff and it doesn’t appear to be out of whack (laser jig will confirm but the guys are confident it’s actually alright). Estimate of £7000 repair and three weeks to do it. Assessor amazed I was unhurt, everyone seems to be. I bloody am! They have been really fastidious and identified a couple of parking dink’s I didn’t know about so they are being attributed as part of the damage and sorted for free. Nice one. Am gradually letting it go as have been driving myself insane reliving it over and over and considering “what ifs?” and that sort of thing. I can now see exactly how the guy lost it, and why he overcorrected so much. Basically he slid on a wet manhole cover and as he corrected the road surface changed to a dry one as it went under an underpass - his tyres suddenly had grip on the dry road explaining how it snapped back so violently. I didn’t think of that at the time. Little things help me make sense of it. Poor sod wasn’t expecting the car to spin, just did what comes naturally (dab of oppo) and after that he could have gone anywhere. He had his kid in the car, it could have been a high speed head on with something else, or a rollover. Two fucked cars, three unfucked humans, I think we will call that a win and draw a line under it now.
  10. 10 points
    tommotech

    The new news 24 thread

    I’ve been working on Isle of Man this week with their transport authority. I never realised how strict their roadworthiness test was, but conversely how lax it is once the test is passed where it doesn’t need presenting again (if the vehicle is taxed within two years). I had to look at some Diesel engines fitted to shunters and had a personal guided tour of the steam workshops in Douglas, I know there are people that appreciate them here so have a couple of pics;
  11. 10 points
    Datsuncog

    Shite in Miniature II

    Morning, kids. Bit of an early one today, as I have to run L’il Thunder over to the cultural wasteland of Larne for its MOT re-test at 8:15 (rather out of the way, but it’s the only centre I could manage to book a re-test this side of November, pretty much). I’ve then promised MrsDC a day out at the beach (always a winner in mid-October) and a nice lunch somewhere, to mark starting a few weeks off work. This makes attending the Friday Tat Market in central Belfast something of a logistical difficulty, as you can imagine. In fact, it’s more of an impossibility. But I appreciate that a Friday without the opportunity to snap up some diecast tiny tat just ain’t a Friday for some folks on here, and so – to deliberately misquote a wiser man than I – if Datsuncog (and friends) cannot come to the market, then the market must come to Datsuncog (and friends). So here we are. BOOM! Yes yes yes, it’s your very own private market stall this morning… so gather round, punters, and just maybe you can pick up a bit of a bargain… Okay, so most of these models you’ll have seen before over the preceding months, as part of the various minishite hauls. Others I’ve been trying to flog for some time now with limited success, so there’s a bit of a PRICE CRASH going down today to shift these last few. I faithfully promise that all proceeds will be converted back into small diecast, for further show ‘n’ tell on these oh-so-beige pages. So - the good stuff first, as ever? At the front of the stall, there's these: Siku Range Rover and horsebox, in very nice nick [**SOLD!!**] Also a Corgi Buick Riviera with the magic light-up lights. These have been sitting happily on my shelf for a few months now - but I'm happy to pass them on at the original price of £5 a pop. Then there's these, which are rather more recent arrivals: Yes, the Corgi Duple coach... and Siku Matra Rancho. [**SOLD!!**] Both cracking models in decent nick; neither actually much use to me right now. Up for grabs at £2 for the coach, £3 for the Rancho. Lesney Fiat 1500, still with roof load - think @egg had expressed some prior interest in this, at £2? [**SOLD!!!**] Base Toys Ford D-Series box van can be yours for £3. Speaking of £3, these are now priced to clear at the very same sum each: Minichamps Opel Kapitan (not quite mint, but still nice); and a Solido VW Microbus, a Triumph Spitfire with removable hardtop; and a D-Day GMC 4x4 truck. I'll do these for £3 each and all: tinplate Beetle and Microbus; and retina-fizzing Solido Peugeot J2. Hongwell Cararama International trucks: £1 each. Russki magazine models: also £1 each. More Cararama: £1 each. And then there's this: the big plastic Polish Fiat 127 from the other week. It's in cracking shape and it's enormously appealing - I just don't know what to do with it, though. I paid £10 for it; maybe I was robbed. But! Aside from the quality gear, I know that a fair few of you are fans of the market tat boxes... well, today we have the tat trays. So what have we here? Matchbox and Majorette, that’s what. And just like the real thing, EVERYTHING ON THIS TRAY IS 50P EACH! So, Majorettes in the front here… Citroen XM in need of tidying from last week; Citroen Visa Chrono (without bootlid) – oh, hang on, that yellow thing’s a Dinky Chevrolet Chevette… oops. Well, you get the idea. Middle row, there’s a very clean Ford panel van in DHL livery, a Range Rover fire tender, and a Peugeot 604 with no bonnet – surely crying out for a Pi-eyed Piper style V8 to be added?? Back row then, there’s an ice cream van of unspecified marque; a Toyota Land Cruiser which could benefit greatly from a sympathetic repaint; and a Ford Cargo skip truck. Heading across into Matchboxland, then… There’s a Ford racer with shonky axles but good glazing; a late Rolamatics Range Rover in police trim with the blue light and black-painted base (and shonky axles); quite a reasonable Isuzu Amigo (Vauxhall Frontera SWB) which I bought recently without realising that I still had my original version from when I was a kid; and a Super GT version of the Lotus Europa. Moving to the row behind… right, I haven’t done a very good job of this, but there’s a Lotus Super Seven (missing its windscreen), a Blue Shark in fairly presentable nick; and a Revvin’ Rebel (Dodge Challenger) with its vinyl-effect roof missing – so ideal convertible conversion? At the back row, we also have the arse end of the middle row, and then we’ve a Ford Transit Supervan II in Road Blasters format [**SOLD!!**]; a Mercury police car with Superfast Laser wheels [**SOLD!!**]; a somewhat knackered Rolamatics Turbo Fury; and a late-era BMC 1800 Pininfarina which is complete and might make for a decent repaint [**SOLD!!**]. Panning across further… well, at the front we’ve got a Renault 11 Turbo in need of a little TLC; a Chevrolet Corvette (from last week) with slightly damaged glazing [**SOLD!!**]; a rather rough Ruff Trek (Holden Kingswood HX) in race support trim; a fairly presentable Monteverdi Hai; that corroded Mercedes W210 estate I picked up for a cheap laff last week; and a rather nice Mercury Commuter police wagon still with its paper stickers intact [**SOLD!!**]. Middle row: a Rolamatics Ford F-series pickup from which the lions have long since escaped; a somewhat better Lotus Super Seven with intact windscreen and only a very few minor chips [**SOLD!!**]; a Mazda RX7; the Ford Escort Mk3 Cabrio from last week; a Dodge Dakota pickup (another duplicate); a Vauxhall Astra GTE in rally trim; and a Dodge Caravan with sliding door intact but has had some touching-up which, although remarkably neatly done (for me), is now discolouring a little. Back row: the previously-mentioned Transit; an intact Red Rider (duplicate) [**SOLD!!**]; a Dodge Challenger (duplicate); a Vantastic with the big engine [**SOLD!!**]; another Ford F-100 but now jacked-up and in Aspen Ski livery; a Renault 5 in rally model [**SOLD!!**]; and a Volvo 480ES (duplicate) [**SOLD!!**]. Also: the trailer from a Matchbox Major Bedford car transporter. All of the above priced at 50p each! Next trays, then… Corgi, and then sundry oddments. Corgi first, methinks. Front row: a Rough Terrain truck (was this based on an actual thing, I wonder?); an early Aston Martin DB6 with plastic-tyred wheels; a Range Rover Vigilant in less-common Coastguard form; and a Willys Jeep in military guise. Moving across, here’s a Growlers Can-Am Racer (it makes a sort-of engine-like noise when you push it, based on the same principle as jamming a playing card in the spokes of your Raleigh Styler) in very nice condition; an Austin Healey Sprite Le Mans in somewhat less nice condition; a Mercury Cougar XR8 in Fire Chief trim (also a bit manky); and a Lotus Europa which is unusually complete with the engine hatch not yet lost. Moving across… a Fiat X/19; a Mercedes C111 concept car in nice condition; that pull-back Kart from last week (intact and working though the driver has lost some of the chrome plating); and a Zetor tractor. Back row: a Mk3 Transit in Pointers livery with the earlier style wheels (BP promo, I think); a Renault Trafic van with what remains of Renault logos, but missing its entire back axle; not one but two Bedford TK Skip Trucks, one of which is kinda borked (hey, if you want the good one I’ll throw in the crap one for nowt); and a Buick Regal police car with the light rattling around the interior… Here’s a Mercedes 500SL in green (early 80s, made in Gt Britain, plastic base but back axle mount seems to have collapsed) next to a white version from the late 80s (made in China, metal base, floppy doors); the Simon & Simon 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air from last week; and two De Tomaso Mangustas which will also be sold on a BOGOF basis. I’ve just realised that I didn’t really snap the Ford F-series camper that’s missing its sleeper cabin; well, it’s a later Whizzwheels era casting with the revised front and isn’t in bad shape, otherwise. Moving back to the tray behind, now… Up top, there's a MIB Hongwell Cararama transporter set. Because I'm sleep-deprived and semi-delirious, I'll do this for the original sticker price. That's right, £2.76. All manner of weird and wonderful stuff on the tray here, starting with a no-name Fiat 500 with a pull-back motor; then what looks like an OO scale plastic Scania truck; an HO scale Ford Transit Mk3 LWB in Revell livery [**SOLD!!**]; and a Herpa Mk2 Transit SWB that's missing a roof light and also some bumper ends [**SOLD!!**]. To the rear, two Welly Toyotas - a Camry and a Corolla saloon, in the same shade of red; a no-name Buick Riviera; a Hot Wheels blackwall era truck with no load; that green Lintoy Porsche from last week that's based on an Ertl casting; a no-name Volvo 740 (with hilarious 'Safety' lettering); and the no-name Renault 17 key car from last week that very likely ripped off the Matchbox casting. Did I mention that these loose models are all 50p each? Did I? Well, they are. Moving across, we have a Playart Scania tractor unit; an unnamed Sierra XR4i; a very shonky Chevrolet Caprice peelermobile. At the back, beside the Renault, we've two unbranded Bedford CF vans by different makers [white one **SOLD!!**]. Hmm. To add to what's been previously mentioned, here's a Hongwell Toyota RAV4; a Welly VW Beetle, and a Maisto/MC Toy Peugeot 205 GTI. And at the back, a Ford Econoline (in custom drag), and an unbranded Dodge Omni with a Michelin Man logo on the bonnet. Phew! So much for the 50p tat trays, then... but that's not all. These 1/43ish oddments are also all available for 50p each. Matchbox, Bburago, Budgie, Dinky and Hot Wheels/Polistil... yours for less than the price of a bag of crisps. So! I'm off out now to see if I can get my year's ticket on the Subaru... can I trust you lot to mind the stall til I get back? Cushty.
  12. 8 points
    Heidel_Kakao

    Estate(s) of the nation

    This is the most exciting part I have purchased for Cedric so far Anyone who has seen it recently would have heard how rorty it sounds due to a huge hole in the exhaust manifold. Hopefully this new one will fit, I had a message exchange with Sean at Zstory who makes them primarily for S30 chassis Z cars and sent a load of pictures and measurements, obviously it will bolt up to the engine fine but it's the clearance with gearbox and chassis rails that may be an issue. I will be getting the whole rest of the exhaust redone in stainless too once I have the manifold on. I am itching to get it fited and see how it sounds
  13. 8 points
    Fat_Pirate

    eBay tat volume 3.

    My daily lunchtime shite scan brings you this; LHD and he's not giving it away, nice tho: "The car has been rolling road tuned and made 61.5bhp" Steady now.
  14. 8 points
    Aston Martin

    The grumpy thread

    Are you a boring bastard? Do you have an anecdote about meeting Barry Chuckle or did you once chat to the postman of Brian Connelly? Will you read out the phone book? Yes??? Then don't go on bastard popmaster. "Can I have a quick hello? OK, my wife Maureen, Shiela, Mark and Paul. Tina and Greg, all the lads from The Red Bull darts team.... Alvin, Simon, Theodore. Mark 2, Pauline. If I don't mention Sarah Johnson she'll have me. My mum and dad, my kids Deborah and Terry and their partners John and Malcolm. The two grandkids Greta and Jessica. Everyone I work with at R.LB. Engineering here in Lowestoft... Oh and everyone else who knows me." Nobody wants to know you, you fucking wank.
  15. 8 points
    Parky

    The grumpy thread

    Can I also thank you all for your comments and sympathies, they all meant a lot at a very stressful time. Just wanted you all to know it is thoroughly appreciated, every one of you.
  16. 8 points
    Hello. Not much news it has to be said. New battery bought yesterday and new fuel filters picked up this morning. Fitted both and it fired straight up; throttle response seems much improved and it revs a lot cleaner than it did but it'll need a decent run to properly assess if it has cured the fuelling issues completely. The ignition barrel is a bit of a twat to use but it's not completely broken yet. Still not arranged an MOT either, really need to get my finger out. In other news I had a dig about in the paperwork for the car today; it was delivered on August 1st 1987 - remember when August 1st was a big thing? - to V. J. Mendoza & Partners of 1-2 Castle Lane, London SW1E 6DN, a quantity surveying firm who it appears were involved in a number of fairly prestigious building projects in London. According to the service history it had done about 42,200 miles by April 1993. It's done about 66900 as of today, so less than a thousand miles a year on average since then.
  17. 7 points
  18. 7 points
    vulgalour

    eBay tat volume 3.

    As Billy Joel once sang; it's a nice day for an off-white wedding.
  19. 7 points
    Skizzer

    Shite in Miniature II

    Guilty as charged. @holbeck is the other Rancho offender. Here are my Otto 1:18 and Talbot-Matra 1:1 versions:
  20. 7 points
    richardmorris

    The new news 24 thread

    Non. i was tempted with a nice chateau Neuf du pape, but a single case was going to cost more than the hotel bill! Witness, the serried ranks....
  21. 7 points
  22. 7 points
    robinmasters

    The new news 24 thread

    Today I met the man who invented the material base-model unpainted bumpers are made of.
  23. 7 points
    Dannyk

    eBay tat volume 3.

    Cheap breadbin on the bookface
  24. 6 points
    Isn't that Eddy-Mr Ramrod
  25. 6 points
    My favourite step-niece-in-law (sister's stepdaughter!) has just returned from six months' overland trekking. Her bloke went out to Sydney to meet her and they flew back together after a holiday in Oz. Today, on a windswept Hampstead Heath, he popped the question and luckily she replied in the affirmative. This makes me very happy.
  26. 6 points
    DodgyBastard

    FOAD's fleet

    I made the mistake of prodding the inner sill next to the jacking point which just started to crumble, before I knew it, I was having to weld big patches on the floor and inner and outer sills.
  27. 6 points
    500tops

    Lazy spotters thread

    C31 Laurel, earlier...
  28. 5 points
    200 miles and a third of a tank later...
  29. 5 points
    Six-cylinder

    The new news 24 thread

    I have just been reading about the new Audi RS7 being a vastly improved car, 591 bhp with great grip and dynamics, but where do you use such a beast? I have been out today in the 190 bhp Alfa 156 and managed a very satisfying overtake of a car doing 45 mph in a 60 mph with plenty of shove and a great sound track, but not long and I was stuck behind the next one with solid oncoming traffic.
  30. 5 points
    Today which is the penultimate day of the annual Bangernomics family mosquito buffet I remembered to take a camera with me. This bit of Portugal is riddled with Renault 4’s. And some commercial shite too Let’s not forget the veritable matiz Truly the scabby cat of motorists the world over. A reincarnated German dictator And his car And his escorts Random Y10? In an art gallery. Anyway that’s it for now. I’ll try and grab a few more later.
  31. 5 points
    wuvvum

    eBay tat volume 3.

    Cheap Locost project. Bloody hell, I'd hate to see what the lighter duty tubing looks like. Put a 350 in that and it'd tie itself in a knot.
  32. 5 points
    wuvvum

    The new news 24 thread

    Bit of a mixed bag on the vehicular front today. The Maxus passed its MOT retest, but then when I went to pick it up it wouldn't start - the battery has been on the feeble side for a while but has now completely shat itself - even after a 10-mile drive there isn't enough in it to restart the van. Fortunately I had gone up in the Volvo, rather than getting the train as originally planned, so I was able to pull in next to it and jump start it. So that's going to be at least 70 quid for a new battery. Still, I shouldn't whinge - it's a <£500 van and all it needed for the test was a couple of part worns and a split CV boot - total cost <£150 including the test fee. I've had far more expensive vans fare much worse than that. Left the Volvo there and drove home in the van, as I knew that if I switched the van off it wouldn't restart. Went back up later to fetch the Volvo, and on the way back the rear silencer fell off, on a particularly twisty stretch of unlit A-road. Cue a rapid U-turn at the first junction and a hoon back up the road to try and get to the silencer before someone hit it. Which I did, although I caused a minor traffic jam whilst retrieving it and putting it in the boot. I'm going to see if I can get it welded up as V70 T5 exhausts are surprisingly expensive. I did have some fun in the V70 this morning though. On the way in to work, in a long queue of traffic rolling along at 50. Some tit in a 19-plate 3-series koop (or are the koops 4-serieses these days? I dunno - it was debadged apart from the inevitable M-Sport badge) was doing the usual thing of blasting past a couple of cars at a time whenever there was a gap in the oncoming traffic. Completely pointless when the 50-mph convoy stretches as far as the eye can see, but there you go. He managed to get to 2 cars in front of me, then there were no more gaps. Got to the roundabout for the bypass and the two cars in front of me turned right, so I was back behind the BM turning left. He nailed it, so did I, and I was right up his jacksie all the way to the next roundabout. He went straight on there and I turned right - I glanced over as I passed him and his face was a picture. I think I'm going to like this car. Oh yeah, and it sounds proper horny with a missing back box. I do love a 5-pot.
  33. 5 points
    Had a great day with Fatha_Sterling. Not seen him in 5 years. He left the UK in 1993 and had only been back a handful of times since. I have lived in Brussels with him before and remained in close contact. Life and constant lack of money got in the way since. Anyway, today we popped up to Bridgnorth for a potter about and then onto Telford. We lived in Telford and I spent my first few years there. Dad had a fish and chip shop in Oakengates which we revisted today, the current owner was very welcoming and gave us some free chips and a curry sauce. We revisted all the old haunts around Telford like a great trip down memory lane. We saw some people who knew my Dad back then! Popped over to my Nans (Mum's Mum) and headed back.
  34. 4 points
    It's halt that time of year when some people* start posting on Facebook that is actually Christmas because they've seen the Coke advert with the lorry. Cunts. This makes me angry. However, there is a new Coke advert with two old ladies using a dating/shagging app. One of their potential suitors is this chap, Woolarding on an Opel Monza (or a Senator?). *fucking twats
  35. 4 points
    155V6

    Shite in your town, in ye olden times.

    Farnborough,Hants,about 5 miles from where I live This is now a branch of Wickes.
  36. 4 points
    richardmorris

    The new news 24 thread

    And in car news. The Mercedes reached 123456miles last night. But I was too busy driving to photograph the moment. That’s 50,000miles I’ve done in 7.5 years.
  37. 4 points
    Six-cylinder

    Lazy spotters thread

    What I drove in 1991 and what I am driving today, Tesco this morning.
  38. 4 points
    Yoss

    Home made pick ups.

    Just pinched this off the ebay thread. Talk about identity crisis (it's a Mondeo if you were wondering).
  39. 4 points
    richardmorris

    The new news 24 thread

    on the way back the scenic way in France, I stopped at a British cemetery I’ve been passing for years but not visited before. Vis-en-Artois British Cemetery, Haucourt Beautifully kept, as they all are. But really, truly desperately sad. Especially as most of them were just “ a soldier of the Great War, known unto god”. 19, 20 years of age, some identified by regiment and rank only. It’s bringing tears now. From wiki Located in the cemetery is the Vis-en-Artois Memorial which lists the names of 9813 men (9806 British and 16 South African) who fell from 8 August 1918 to the Armistice and who have no known grave. The memorial has a screen walls in three parts on which is carved the names of the missing listed by regiment.[2]The memorial was designed by British sculptor Ernest Gillick.
  40. 4 points
    Tim_E

    The grumpy thread

    Well done, you have done the right thing. If you have genuine concerns about the safety of the child you have done the right thing by the child. You don't have to admit to the family who did the reporting, It can be difficult to intervene, no one wants to have to remove kids from the parents ideally, but if the kid is being abused we have a duo to speak up.
  41. 4 points
    wuvvum

    eBay tat volume 3.

    Very mildly barried V6 Camry in the parts section. Appears to have an excellent handbrake.
  42. 4 points
  43. 4 points
    bunglebus

    Home made pick ups.

    FB_IMG_1570206801614 by RS, on Flickr
  44. 4 points
    Andy F

    Life back in a Xantia. That's better

    Collected what a gent making progress.
  45. 3 points
    bunglebus

    Shite in Miniature II

    Think you've generated lots of good Karma passing on your diecasts at 0% profit - your time, so you should get a pass with flying colours on your MoT
  46. 3 points
    anonymous user

    eBay tat volume 3.

    Don't know that one, Billy Idol,on the other hand, did White Wedding
  47. 3 points
    DVee8

    eBay tat volume 3.

    Bloody hell a 1.4XS. https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/1420759398071469/
  48. 3 points
    The Vicar

    eBay tat volume 3.

    https://www.donedeal.ie/vintagecars-for-sale/re-advertised-volvo-740-gl-only-5k-miles/22998763 740 GL with 5k miles. Clean!
  49. 3 points
    egg

    eBay tat volume 3.

    Tested W201's under a grand are getting rarer these days...Looks a just about job though, so run it 'til next June and see where you are. https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/433124813991910/
  50. 3 points
    Found this on Facebook. Not sure where it was taken, but it's got pretty much everything you need going on in that car park.
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