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    barrett got a reaction from HillmanImp in eBay tat volume 3.   
    This one, too


    Brrrrrmmmmm! You don't see too many of these anymore, but they seemed to significantly outlive most of their contemporaries as everyday cars. As a child in the late 80s/early 90s they were still relatively common street furniture, so I reckon you could use this every day without worry. They are one of those cars that is only nice if it has its original interior, though...

    Boom! Magnificent stuff. Won't be as cheap as the Standard, but I bet it doesn't go for loads of money.
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/ROVER-P4-80-Classic-car/383838959688
    Am I regressing? Or just getting old? I've owned a few low-level exotics, but these days I'm increasingly drawn to manky old British porridge like this
     
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    barrett got a reaction from HillmanImp in eBay tat volume 3.   
    Look at this handsome old chuffer!

    Just the right level of tattiness for a car of that age. I've been staring at this interior pic for ages making 'brum brum' noises in my head, imagining sliding over that Vinylide bench seat and stirring that unwieldy porridge-stick. Heater on, quarterlight open, pack of Woodbines on the dash shelf. Lovely.

    It's the least collectible car maker, so only £1600 or so with a day to go
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Standard-Ensign-1962/274592179857
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    barrett got a reaction from Remspoor in Shite in Miniature II   
    toy cars you didn't know existed until recently*


    Lovely plastic Minaluxe Djet. It's not cheap, but I've been a pretty good boy this year I reckon so if anyone wants to buy me this for Christmas please go ahead. It's lovely!
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/minialuxe-1-43-Matra-Sports-Jet-6/324349464894


    *just now
  4. Like
    barrett got a reaction from Remspoor in eBay tat volume 3.   
    This one, too


    Brrrrrmmmmm! You don't see too many of these anymore, but they seemed to significantly outlive most of their contemporaries as everyday cars. As a child in the late 80s/early 90s they were still relatively common street furniture, so I reckon you could use this every day without worry. They are one of those cars that is only nice if it has its original interior, though...

    Boom! Magnificent stuff. Won't be as cheap as the Standard, but I bet it doesn't go for loads of money.
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/ROVER-P4-80-Classic-car/383838959688
    Am I regressing? Or just getting old? I've owned a few low-level exotics, but these days I'm increasingly drawn to manky old British porridge like this
     
  5. Like
    barrett got a reaction from Remspoor in eBay tat volume 3.   
    Look at this handsome old chuffer!

    Just the right level of tattiness for a car of that age. I've been staring at this interior pic for ages making 'brum brum' noises in my head, imagining sliding over that Vinylide bench seat and stirring that unwieldy porridge-stick. Heater on, quarterlight open, pack of Woodbines on the dash shelf. Lovely.

    It's the least collectible car maker, so only £1600 or so with a day to go
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Standard-Ensign-1962/274592179857
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    barrett got a reaction from clayts450 in eBay tat volume 3.   
    This one, too


    Brrrrrmmmmm! You don't see too many of these anymore, but they seemed to significantly outlive most of their contemporaries as everyday cars. As a child in the late 80s/early 90s they were still relatively common street furniture, so I reckon you could use this every day without worry. They are one of those cars that is only nice if it has its original interior, though...

    Boom! Magnificent stuff. Won't be as cheap as the Standard, but I bet it doesn't go for loads of money.
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/ROVER-P4-80-Classic-car/383838959688
    Am I regressing? Or just getting old? I've owned a few low-level exotics, but these days I'm increasingly drawn to manky old British porridge like this
     
  7. Like
    barrett got a reaction from angle in eBay tat volume 3.   
    Look at this handsome old chuffer!

    Just the right level of tattiness for a car of that age. I've been staring at this interior pic for ages making 'brum brum' noises in my head, imagining sliding over that Vinylide bench seat and stirring that unwieldy porridge-stick. Heater on, quarterlight open, pack of Woodbines on the dash shelf. Lovely.

    It's the least collectible car maker, so only £1600 or so with a day to go
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Standard-Ensign-1962/274592179857
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    barrett got a reaction from Mr Laurence in eBay tat volume 3.   
    This one, too


    Brrrrrmmmmm! You don't see too many of these anymore, but they seemed to significantly outlive most of their contemporaries as everyday cars. As a child in the late 80s/early 90s they were still relatively common street furniture, so I reckon you could use this every day without worry. They are one of those cars that is only nice if it has its original interior, though...

    Boom! Magnificent stuff. Won't be as cheap as the Standard, but I bet it doesn't go for loads of money.
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/ROVER-P4-80-Classic-car/383838959688
    Am I regressing? Or just getting old? I've owned a few low-level exotics, but these days I'm increasingly drawn to manky old British porridge like this
     
  9. Like
    barrett got a reaction from Mr Laurence in eBay tat volume 3.   
    Look at this handsome old chuffer!

    Just the right level of tattiness for a car of that age. I've been staring at this interior pic for ages making 'brum brum' noises in my head, imagining sliding over that Vinylide bench seat and stirring that unwieldy porridge-stick. Heater on, quarterlight open, pack of Woodbines on the dash shelf. Lovely.

    It's the least collectible car maker, so only £1600 or so with a day to go
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Standard-Ensign-1962/274592179857
  10. Like
    barrett got a reaction from Vantman in Shite in Miniature II   
    toy cars you didn't know existed until recently*


    Lovely plastic Minaluxe Djet. It's not cheap, but I've been a pretty good boy this year I reckon so if anyone wants to buy me this for Christmas please go ahead. It's lovely!
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/minialuxe-1-43-Matra-Sports-Jet-6/324349464894


    *just now
  11. Like
    barrett got a reaction from MorrisItalSLX in eBay tat volume 3.   
    Look at this handsome old chuffer!

    Just the right level of tattiness for a car of that age. I've been staring at this interior pic for ages making 'brum brum' noises in my head, imagining sliding over that Vinylide bench seat and stirring that unwieldy porridge-stick. Heater on, quarterlight open, pack of Woodbines on the dash shelf. Lovely.

    It's the least collectible car maker, so only £1600 or so with a day to go
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Standard-Ensign-1962/274592179857
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    barrett got a reaction from Kringle in eBay tat volume 3.   
    This one, too


    Brrrrrmmmmm! You don't see too many of these anymore, but they seemed to significantly outlive most of their contemporaries as everyday cars. As a child in the late 80s/early 90s they were still relatively common street furniture, so I reckon you could use this every day without worry. They are one of those cars that is only nice if it has its original interior, though...

    Boom! Magnificent stuff. Won't be as cheap as the Standard, but I bet it doesn't go for loads of money.
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/ROVER-P4-80-Classic-car/383838959688
    Am I regressing? Or just getting old? I've owned a few low-level exotics, but these days I'm increasingly drawn to manky old British porridge like this
     
  13. Like
    barrett got a reaction from Split_Pin in Shite in Miniature II   
    toy cars you didn't know existed until recently*


    Lovely plastic Minaluxe Djet. It's not cheap, but I've been a pretty good boy this year I reckon so if anyone wants to buy me this for Christmas please go ahead. It's lovely!
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/minialuxe-1-43-Matra-Sports-Jet-6/324349464894


    *just now
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    barrett got a reaction from BorniteIdentity in Why is this familiar and makes me think of autoshite ?   
    That blue MAXI is such a winner, but sadly the mystery can be fairly easily solved by the fact the two cars have different registrations - OXG 25K on the gold one, DXG 25K on the blue... sorry everyone.
  15. Like
    barrett got a reaction from Datsuncog in Shite in Miniature II   
    toy cars you didn't know existed until recently*


    Lovely plastic Minaluxe Djet. It's not cheap, but I've been a pretty good boy this year I reckon so if anyone wants to buy me this for Christmas please go ahead. It's lovely!
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/minialuxe-1-43-Matra-Sports-Jet-6/324349464894


    *just now
  16. Like
    barrett got a reaction from Sudsprint in Shite in Miniature II   
    toy cars you didn't know existed until recently*


    Lovely plastic Minaluxe Djet. It's not cheap, but I've been a pretty good boy this year I reckon so if anyone wants to buy me this for Christmas please go ahead. It's lovely!
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/minialuxe-1-43-Matra-Sports-Jet-6/324349464894


    *just now
  17. Like
    barrett got a reaction from eddyramrod in eBay tat volume 3.   
    This one, too


    Brrrrrmmmmm! You don't see too many of these anymore, but they seemed to significantly outlive most of their contemporaries as everyday cars. As a child in the late 80s/early 90s they were still relatively common street furniture, so I reckon you could use this every day without worry. They are one of those cars that is only nice if it has its original interior, though...

    Boom! Magnificent stuff. Won't be as cheap as the Standard, but I bet it doesn't go for loads of money.
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/ROVER-P4-80-Classic-car/383838959688
    Am I regressing? Or just getting old? I've owned a few low-level exotics, but these days I'm increasingly drawn to manky old British porridge like this
     
  18. Like
    barrett got a reaction from Burnside in Shite in Miniature II   
    toy cars you didn't know existed until recently*


    Lovely plastic Minaluxe Djet. It's not cheap, but I've been a pretty good boy this year I reckon so if anyone wants to buy me this for Christmas please go ahead. It's lovely!
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/minialuxe-1-43-Matra-Sports-Jet-6/324349464894


    *just now
  19. Like
    barrett got a reaction from Mr_Bo11ox in eBay tat volume 3.   
    Look at this handsome old chuffer!

    Just the right level of tattiness for a car of that age. I've been staring at this interior pic for ages making 'brum brum' noises in my head, imagining sliding over that Vinylide bench seat and stirring that unwieldy porridge-stick. Heater on, quarterlight open, pack of Woodbines on the dash shelf. Lovely.

    It's the least collectible car maker, so only £1600 or so with a day to go
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Standard-Ensign-1962/274592179857
  20. Like
    barrett got a reaction from sickboy in eBay tat volume 3.   
    Look at this handsome old chuffer!

    Just the right level of tattiness for a car of that age. I've been staring at this interior pic for ages making 'brum brum' noises in my head, imagining sliding over that Vinylide bench seat and stirring that unwieldy porridge-stick. Heater on, quarterlight open, pack of Woodbines on the dash shelf. Lovely.

    It's the least collectible car maker, so only £1600 or so with a day to go
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Standard-Ensign-1962/274592179857
  21. Like
    barrett got a reaction from Yoss in eBay tat volume 3.   
    Look at this handsome old chuffer!

    Just the right level of tattiness for a car of that age. I've been staring at this interior pic for ages making 'brum brum' noises in my head, imagining sliding over that Vinylide bench seat and stirring that unwieldy porridge-stick. Heater on, quarterlight open, pack of Woodbines on the dash shelf. Lovely.

    It's the least collectible car maker, so only £1600 or so with a day to go
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Standard-Ensign-1962/274592179857
  22. Like
    barrett got a reaction from BeEP in eBay tat volume 3.   
    This one, too


    Brrrrrmmmmm! You don't see too many of these anymore, but they seemed to significantly outlive most of their contemporaries as everyday cars. As a child in the late 80s/early 90s they were still relatively common street furniture, so I reckon you could use this every day without worry. They are one of those cars that is only nice if it has its original interior, though...

    Boom! Magnificent stuff. Won't be as cheap as the Standard, but I bet it doesn't go for loads of money.
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/ROVER-P4-80-Classic-car/383838959688
    Am I regressing? Or just getting old? I've owned a few low-level exotics, but these days I'm increasingly drawn to manky old British porridge like this
     
  23. Like
    barrett got a reaction from wuvvum in eBay tat volume 3.   
    Look at this handsome old chuffer!

    Just the right level of tattiness for a car of that age. I've been staring at this interior pic for ages making 'brum brum' noises in my head, imagining sliding over that Vinylide bench seat and stirring that unwieldy porridge-stick. Heater on, quarterlight open, pack of Woodbines on the dash shelf. Lovely.

    It's the least collectible car maker, so only £1600 or so with a day to go
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Standard-Ensign-1962/274592179857
  24. Like
    barrett got a reaction from Cavcraft in eBay tat volume 3.   
    This one, too


    Brrrrrmmmmm! You don't see too many of these anymore, but they seemed to significantly outlive most of their contemporaries as everyday cars. As a child in the late 80s/early 90s they were still relatively common street furniture, so I reckon you could use this every day without worry. They are one of those cars that is only nice if it has its original interior, though...

    Boom! Magnificent stuff. Won't be as cheap as the Standard, but I bet it doesn't go for loads of money.
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/ROVER-P4-80-Classic-car/383838959688
    Am I regressing? Or just getting old? I've owned a few low-level exotics, but these days I'm increasingly drawn to manky old British porridge like this
     
  25. Like
    barrett got a reaction from Bamboocarman in eBay tat volume 3.   
    Look at this handsome old chuffer!

    Just the right level of tattiness for a car of that age. I've been staring at this interior pic for ages making 'brum brum' noises in my head, imagining sliding over that Vinylide bench seat and stirring that unwieldy porridge-stick. Heater on, quarterlight open, pack of Woodbines on the dash shelf. Lovely.

    It's the least collectible car maker, so only £1600 or so with a day to go
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Standard-Ensign-1962/274592179857
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