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Spotted on a tram ride from Delft to Den Haag this morning:

Merc W123 wagon with much later and very ghastly plastic wheel trims. 
3x Mazda 626 wagons 

and saving the biggest ‘till last….Peugeot 504 wagon in mid-blue 

no photos ‘cos it was pissing rain. 

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A white Jensen Healey, in the wild.

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Any tax on it?

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Oh. Maybe an export marker?

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Ah. Any other intel?

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From "wightbay" would you believe. OK. Does Google have any photos?

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There you go. 

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Spotted whilst out on errands just now, a BMW 2002 in orange. A quick Google suggests it could be Inka Orange. Registration plate beginning SDZ. I'm sure I've seen it before in the last few weeks. My eyes will in full Shaw Taylor mode next time I'm out and about on the mean streets East of Slough.

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16 minutes ago, Barry Cade said:

From today,  dark green Reliant Fox on cobra slots, a late Xantia V6 and a beautiful 60s Mercedes 230sl. 

Best and worst of all, a mint  baby Blue Manta B coop on the hard shoulder of the M876... thought it was Dome, then remembered ..

@dome

Ah bugger. I think I've seen that one around, it's a lovely example.

 

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You might see me in a baby blue(ish) Porsche but it'll be a while before the Manta sees the road. 

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3 minutes ago, dome said:

Ah bugger. I think I've seen that one around, it's a lovely example.

 

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You might see me in a baby blue(ish) Porsche bit it'll be a while before the Manta sees the road. 

That's the one!. Pity I was going in the other direction..

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This could also have gone in the grumpy thread, cos if I hadn't have been driving the opposite way en route to a job this morning I would have had probably the best shite spot ever.

Driving through Pontardawe in south Wales and what should come the other way?  Only a pair of bloody Edsels! :shock:  A '58 followed by a '59, both in absolutely immaculate condition.  I'd seen the '59 in the same area when down there last year and had remarked to a mate who's also into American cars it'd be funny if I saw it again.

A bit of Googling reveals that they belong to these guys - https://www.facebook.com/popscarhire

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On 7/21/2022 at 8:02 AM, Back_For_More said:

I missed the photo of this one - it's in the distance here 

70s Granada Coupe - right hand drive which seemed unusual as I thought they were European Market only back then. 

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I saw a UK shape one yesterday,white towing a caravan,near Bordon in Hampshire.The registration was RUF something,could be the one owned by a couple I used to know when I was a member of the Mk1 owners club back in the early nineties.

 

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On 5/31/2022 at 9:13 PM, Macscrooge said:

In Gainsborough yesterday: a Vauxhall Nova 4-dr saloon. Like a tiny Senator. 

I thought it was just me that thought that, I’ve always thought a velour lined CD spec 4 door Nova with a 2.0 and auto box would have made a perfect VdP 1300/1500 replacement.

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