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  1. Oh crap. On the basis of what I've seen on the last few pages, I'm going to struggle to not go to the Chelmsford fair. And I've heard that divorce is really expensive.
  2. Sorry, I should have been less cryptic! Yeah, I'll take both if the models within are unmarked; not worried if the boxes are tatty but I'll not bother if the models themselves are scruffy. I never had the 944 as a kid *rubs eyes and sobs*, and as an 800 owner, it's CRIMINAL that I don't have the Matchbox of it. If it's at all inconvenient, though – once postage is factored in – please don't take the trouble. Cheers!
  3. I hate making plans for people, but if you happened to be passing...
  4. I can only hope that, when that's inevitably destroyed to reshell a cossie, they do the decent thing and keep it beige.
  5. A few weeks ago, a quite excellent parcel arrived from Norn Iron. One of these days I'll take pics of the contents. Not today, though. Today I took my new Lada Samara for a spin in the countryside. Cheers @Datsuncog.
  6. Many, many internet points for the Who-referencing title. Also, great car.
  7. Well, my 1997 Rover 825, my 1998 Audi A4 1.8T and my wife's 1995 Peugeot 306 1.4 XN are all ULEZ non-compliant. My dad's 4.4-litre V8 2003 BMW 540i, though, gets away scott free. Go figure.# Wildly inappropriate as a first car, though.
  8. The enormous wheelarches on that Sierra Cossie make me a bit sad.
  9. I for one am elated to have lived through The Golden Age of St George's Tat Market.
  10. Re that Land Rover: "An extreme lodge amount of time and money" "We came up with an i dear on trying to make it look like" "Everything inside as been replaced " Do people genuinely dictate adverts verbally using voice recognition these days?
  11. I always thought this was the thread for puzzling rammle that you can't identify : "The WTF is that?" thread.
  12. Ta very much, I'll gratefully decline for now, but I'm scheduled to drink some cider tonight...
  13. I think we're wandering into Viz commemorative plate territory here...
  14. I confess, I'd quite like one. 100% for the "significant moments in the history of the Metro" angle rather than any Diana worship.
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