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I know. RHD too. I didn't even know they did a RHD one. It's sitting unloved on flat tyres and has been for at least three years - was in exactly the same spot when I was there last.

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Pardon my French - but I'm FUCKING DEVASTATED.

 

Just spent a very enjoyable week in Dubrovnik, Croatia with the missus. Even papped a few Yugo's which I'll post later.

 

Last night was the final night of the holiday so we got properly drunk and caught the last bus home. Through my drunken stupor I thought I'd seen a mirage when the bus swept past a TALBOT TAGORA.

 

Surely not?

 

But with our flight being at early o clock this morning I couldn't get back for a photo... So I've had a look at street view...it IS a TAGORA. Gutted.

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It's great to see that most of the good spotted threads are still going.

 

Keep up the excellent work, it's much appreciated.

Thanks bucketeer. Posting spotted stuff can be a bit hit and miss these days with whether folk seem interested or not as often it falls back off the front page very quickly.. but what the hell, I enjoy taking the pics anyway .

 

Skizzer - it is a V8S and a beauty too. I see it from time to time around Aberdeen. I'll try and pap it in daylight.

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Posting spotted stuff can be a bit hit and miss these days with whether folk seem interested or not as often it falls back off the front page very quickly.. but what the hell, I enjoy taking the pics anyway .

 

Exactly my thoughts.

Us spotters need to stick together, it's becoming a dying industry. All these cheap foreign imports stealing our . . . . . . etc, etc.

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Croatia is fantastic for tat spotting and its a lovely country too. Really want to go back.

It was a great holiday. The place is stunning , but still quite up and coming after the war back in the nineties so it was relatively quiet.

 

Everyone spoke English , there was plenty of shite cars, cheap beer and good food and sights to see..cost 300 each all in flights and accommodation.

 

I'd go back in a heartbeat.

 

EDIT: I'm not sure on the Yugo... There were no badges on the back.

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The croat's car of choice is the Golf

 

Pointless fact: I got my mk1 Golf specifically to go on a trip to Croatia (and potentially to live there).  Only got as far as the South of France though.

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Just a couple to add. Some I'd already stuck on the AS Facebook page. Poor prefect had lost its webasto and the rain was pouring in. Shame!

 

Not entirely sure why the forum has decided the Belmont pic should be sideways, or how to fix it.

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What model of Yugo is this? A 411 possibly?

Absolutely love that. Great spot.

 

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Actually those were built by Fiat in Italy and rebadged for Yugoslavia. Zastava built its own unique liftback derivate, the 101.

The initial plan was, that the Zastava built liftbacks would also be sold in Italy under the Innocenti banner, but this never happened.

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