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MorrisItalSLX

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MorrisItalSLX last won the day on May 15 2019

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About MorrisItalSLX

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    Walley World
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    Anything BMC, British Leyland, Austin Rover etc. and everything Australian!

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  1. Ideal for veg friendly XUD* conversion? *Other agricultural diesels are available
  2. The added bonus of buying a replacement is it will confirm the theory that the original one was fitted upside down.
  3. You could cut a slot in the head of the bolt and remove it with a flat blade screwdriver, and probably reuse it afterwards as such.
  4. A photograph cropped up on the Princess Facebook page that looked familiar.
  5. One of the Australian Princesses is back up for sale, now even further away from me. https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/651299966719791/
  6. A close relative of @Slowsilver’s K plater
  7. Attn: @eddyramrod http://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/1300167394?
  8. And a lovely little article that doesn’t exactly paint the Austin Maestro or 1980s Australians in a particularly favourable light. It’s almost as if the stereotypes are based on actual events and truths.
  9. Stock write offs and credit claims are one of the better reason for working in retail. I have many a freebie from my days working in a hardware shop. 2 Stabila levels, Stanley screwdrivers and handtools, Bahco chisels and saws, Makita gear, paint, WD40 by the gallon, Fiskars gardening tools, drill bits, barely expired Sikaflex and enough nails/screws/bolts/nuts/washers to sink multiple battleships. It’s amazing how much stock gets damaged in transit (especially when I have a job on).
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