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13 minutes ago, robinmasters said:

Want to drive around with a slightly loose seatbelt, whilst simultaneously being reminded of the most famous paedophile/necrophile from seventies & eighties television?

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No eBay link, because these desirable items are from my own personal collection. They are available*, free of charge, to anyone who wants them. 

* Not supplied: cigar, jangley chains, foil blanket or Showaddywaddy.

Go on then ill give them a go if still available. Pm me please , I'm off to southern shiters meet in a min

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Buy this badge to go with the mug:

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/MG-Car-Badge/303272067595?hash=item469c6c820b:g:PM8AAOSw9hdaRiMT

 

He only wants £32 for a piece of metal from an event that nobody ever remembers or went to (barring a few sad, old, fat men with MG's), with no relevance to anything, and worth absolutely nothing to anyone.

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Going to see if she notices and how much trouble I'll be in.

I bought a Neverbeen sticker, was going to put it on one of mine but decided I'm not the sort who puts stickers on my cars, especially when people already think you are a wanker because of badge snobbery. 

So it's going off my wife's super-efficient but otherwise lowly and boring VAG puss.

I haven't told her...

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https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/124076727722

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Still in its plastic.  Can't deny I wasn't tempted since this would be highly appropriate for the Princess... but I bought something else with my pocket money instead that I'll get more use out of.

 

Cheap Argenta brochure (in foreign) seemed an interesting thing too.

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https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/FIAT-ARGENTA-BROCHURE-80S-RETRO-CLASSIC-GARAGE-SHED-BARN-FIND/153625401063

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Not sure if we have had it but it's a new one on me.

Picasso in at work today with a device glued to the inside of the fuel flap that once you open the flap audibly warns you.....

DING DONG DING DONG DING DONG!!!

WARNING!!! DIESEL. REMEMBER DIESEL!!!!!

DING DONG DING DONG.

Had us in stitches it was so stupid.

Funny thing is the car has been owned by the same person for the past 6 years and we service and mot it every year and the device has never been there before.

Bizzare!

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23 minutes ago, Ben_O said:

Not sure if we have had it but it's a new one on me.

Picasso in at work today with a device glued to the inside of the fuel flap that once you open the flap audibly warns you.....

DING DONG DING DONG DING DONG!!!

WARNING!!! DIESEL. REMEMBER DIESEL!!!!!

DING DONG DING DONG.

Had us in stitches it was so stupid.

Funny thing is the car has been owned by the same person for the past 6 years and we service and mot it every year and the device has never been there before.

Bizzare!

Guess there may have been an ‘incident’ this year perhaps? Would be fun to fit those to petrol cars and see if Pavlov was right......

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A work colleague gave me little gem today, one of the many benefits of my reputation as a collector of utter crap.

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I might fit it to the Corolla for a laugh, once I figure out what wires are what.

(The old strepsils tin is still used for throat lozenge storage)

Edit: eBay to the rescue!

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https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/133390505626

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Remember when these were a thing?  That means you're old.

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Retro-Rally-Car-Rear-Window-Brake-Tail-Lights-Pair-parcel-shelf-good-con/223912067488

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Shame it's a modern number, otherwise this could be a great excuse for @barrett to get himself an MoT exempt* recovery truck.

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Ford-Transit-MK1-Recovery-Light-Vintage-Retro-Very-1960s-Ideal-Man-Cave-12V/163792089436

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