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Lots of top qwality Sunday fleabay juciness there. I'm wanting so many of those especially the Horizon, Alpine and Proton.I used to see the white Viva coupe running around but it disappeared from my radar, shame it's deteriorated a bit. Nice local reg number to me too.

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Jesus H C on a bike, I need a lie down after checking out that Fuego, that is uber kewl, although the respray and colour coding makes me think, um, er...........Even so....!!!

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Mmm... I can see that Saviem heading Bicklewards.

Erm... nope. :roll: Stupid bloody bidding finger. The thing has a mind of its own. How am I going to get this bloody thing back from Gloucestershire? Anyone know the maximum towing capacity of a 1993 Isuzu Trooper 3.1D SWB?

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Yowser!

 

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Zoinks!

 

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Nurse, fetch my pipe and Homburg....

 

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Because the drum brakes on the Mariner inEstate were so crap, it came with air brakes as standard...

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I'd be tempted to think about driving it!

That's what I might well end up doing. I'll just have to hope that the "slight petrol leak from the carb" doesn't lead to the truck (and me) ending up in a fireball at the side of the M4.

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Wuvvum -something that agricultural will seal up with a bit of silicon. Probably. The alternative is to pay someone -but that wont be cheap. Bit of a spanner jobbie I reckon -till the sun starts to sink.Oh -and I think A roads a better bet -i think 50 mph might be your max...

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These cars just LOVE to get left in a field for a year - ask me how I know!its not a big deal though cos all the panels are easily available and cheap. :roll:

Great story! Respect due to the granddaughter for driving it daily for 2 years when her friends probably all had pink 106s or clios :D

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Today's theme on eBay Ireland is "People who imported cars from the UK and couldn't be arsed paying the fee to re-register them".

 

1974 Land Rover V8

 

http://cgi.ebay.ie/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?Vie ... 0214534268

 

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1991 Calibra. Windows already blacked out, so probably just the thing for an up-and-coming Eastern European smack dealer.

 

http://cgi.ebay.ie/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?Vie ... 0223784041

 

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1988 Jag XJS

 

http://cgi.ebay.ie/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?Vie ... 0243485506

 

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1992 205 CJ

 

http://cgi.ebay.ie/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?Vie ... 0241615991

 

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1980 635CSI. Superb photography skillz.

 

http://cgi.ebay.ie/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?Vie ... 0247667524

 

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And a couple of others...

 

1994 Lada Niva

 

http://cgi.ebay.ie/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?Vie ... 0246525025

 

Built for Siberia, not suburbia.

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1985 Renner 5. Buy one get one free. No pics sadly.

 

http://cgi.ebay.ie/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?Vie ... 0225190855

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Today's theme on eBay Ireland is "People who imported cars from the UK and couldn't be arsed paying the fee to re-register them".

Once cars have been registered in Ireland is there visibly any way to tell that they didn't originate from Ireland?

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If it's got ZV or a year before 87 in the registration number you can safely say it's an import. For cars made/registered after 1987 it's pretty hard without seeing the registration cert (which will have an import's previous registration number on it).

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The Sigma pushes my buttons, especially as it's a pre-facelift (no offence Hirst :lol: )But that Marina estate :shock: Where does that guy keep turning these cars up from ???? The Allegro he had last week was unbelieveable.

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But that Marina estate :shock: Where does that guy keep turning these cars up from ???? The Allegro he had last week was unbelievable.

There's no link to it :( do we have to search for it?

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These cars just LOVE to get left in a field for a year - ask me how I know!

Get it sorted!! I can't be the only one to "move up to a Colt".

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