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All Saunders Roe/BHC though, same designers and forging a path in new technology; the SRN5/6 was the most successful 1st gen hovercraft, Bell licence-built them and they were used in the Mekong delta by sneakybeaky types. The noise kinda spoilt the surprise.

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One of those Crayford Cortina Mk2s features in the Old fools & Horses episode Go West Young Man.

Ironically if Delboy had kept it for 30 years it would have been a nice little earner.

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RAF 222 

✓ Taxed

Tax due: 
1 September 2020
Incorrect tax status?

✓ MOT

Expires: 
1 September 2020

Incorrect MOT status?

on a Landrover! ;)

 

 

 

BUC 515 

✓ Taxed

Tax due: 
1 April 2021
Incorrect tax status?

MOT

No results returned

Incorrect MOT status?

apparently it's a Rytecraft? ??

 

 

 

TTU 455 

Tax

Not taxed for on road use 
Incorrect tax status?

A swallow.

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8 hours ago, keef said:

 

RAF 222 

✓ Taxed

Tax due: 
1 September 2020
Incorrect tax status?

✓ MOT

Expires: 
1 September 2020

Incorrect MOT status?

on a Landrover! ;)

 

 

 

BUC 515 

✓ Taxed

Tax due: 
1 April 2021
Incorrect tax status?

MOT

No results returned

Incorrect MOT status?

apparently it's a Rytecraft? ??

 

 

 

TTU 455 

Tax

Not taxed for on road use 
Incorrect tax status?

A swallow.

Thanks I've checked out the registrations on these, here's the full set: https://www.flickr.com/photos/richard16378/albums/72157714550769772

The Rytecraft was driven around the world in the 1960s, though it had to be taken on the Trans-Siberian express as the Soviet authorities wouldn't allow it to be driven that far.

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4 minutes ago, keef said:

Nice Album! ;)

I found most of them were no longer on the DVLA site, so only posted the ones I found.

Thanks, some are no longer around but many are in museums now.

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