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timolloyd

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  1. Where the famous Base Sierra was discovered, I think.
  2. Those Gilbii are an amazing find. SE London is rich in chod - or at least it was when I lived there 6/7 years ago. Especially around Loughborough Junction. There’s even a proper old-school scrappy under the arches next to the station!
  3. Just a BS way to create a false sense of opportunity. A bit like the teeth itching ‘need gone’ or ‘first to see will buy’
  4. 7 keepers seems pretty reasonable for a vehicle like this. And only 3 keepers between ‘59 and ‘93!
  5. These are great little things. I briefly looked after one for a friend while passing it on to @GrumpyCat. Enjoy!
  6. The Triumph 1300 was supposed to replace the Herald when it was launched in 1965. The Herald outlived it by a year, surviving until 1971. I guess the overlap between Morris Minor and 1100 is something similar?
  7. The rather pushy ad says this is ‘a first come situation’ https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F293746069291
  8. I love Range Rovers and I respect the craftsmanship in a Rolls Royce, but basically these are the best cars in the world.
  9. Christ I read Inca above and my head auto-corrected it to another type of vehicle. Devisive on here, which uses those letters and also blue in colour... I need help. Pug is lovely. Well boughted.
  10. On the basis they are owned by someone who loves 80s coupes, I’m going with: CPT = Toyota Supra Garage = Aston Martin V8
  11. Isn’t this very similar to @Zelandeth’s campervan?
  12. That’s OK, I’m fine with admiring your handiwork twice!
  13. timolloyd

    Liver Run

    I cycled across Hyde Park Corner this week and thought about this film, when they close it off so the car and bikes can cut straight through.
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