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  1. You can't fry your bacon in the back though.
  2. With that sort of mpg, you may as well have bought an old derv Transit and spent the difference on kitting out the back as a camper. Oh, wait...
  3. Austin Allegro road test February 1975 by Chris Goffey Part two of Chris Goffey’s test of the second generation Austin Allegro road test. The Austin Allegro as introduced in 1976, was a success for Austin. Here is part one. Austin Allegro road test March 1975 by Chris Goffey The third generation Austin Allegro tested here. A successful car that rode well and handled well, but did little for the individual driver. Austin Allegro road test May 1975 by Chris Goffey The fourth generation Austin Allegro on test, the Austin Allegro. Many improvements were made to this generation of Allegro, including a rear window defroster, and improved new gearbox. Austin Allegro road test June 1975 by Chris Goffey The fifth generation Austin Allegro on test, the Austin Allegro. Austin Allegro road test September 1975 by Chris Goffey The sixth generation Austin Allegro on test, the Austin Allegro. The Allegro was a successful car, despite its looks, it was a very versatile car. Austin Allegro road test November 1975 by Chris Goffey The seventh generation Austin Allegro on test, the Austin Allegro. One of the last Austin cars with a solid roof, but now the back could be folded back. Austin Allegro road test December 1975 by Chris Goffey The eighth generation Austin Allegro on test, the Austin Allegro. A bland styling and fiddly upholstery made the car hard to like. Austin Allegro road test January 1976 by Chris Goffey The ninth generation Austin Allegro on test, the Austin Allegro. A bright and energetic design made the car look modern, but the reality was less than optimistic. Austin Allegro road test February 1976 by Chris Goffey The tenth generation Austin Allegro on test, the Austin Allegro. The car was a success in Europe but disappointing in the USA.
  4. This. It's surprising how many people seem to think this way.
  5. Water. Our rates are one of the highest in the country allegedly. Are we unique in Cornwall in that we still have a hosepipe ban? Could really do with giving the fleet a decent deep clean.
  6. Here's the blurb for your delectation. To be fair, it is an 'amazing item'. I'm assuming she's already received some messages suggesting her price may be out by around £49.99.
  7. I can only assume that thing was rubber stamped when Ssangyong included opportunities for spice addicts within their design team.
  8. I saw those Jada BTTF multipacks in our local Asda around six months back. They stock a fair bit of Jada diecast.
  9. Back when I owned redtop Cavs, many owners liked to replace the sparkolator plug cover panel with an Opel branded version. Whilst I didn't dislike the look, I wasn't prepared to pay the 30 odd quid sellers were asking at the time. Looking online now, the cheapest Vauxhall version I can find is >£80 posted. I guess the Opel version fetches even more!
  10. Has a Cat B ever managed to leave a yard though?
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