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SWEET JESUS MARY & THE ORPHANZ.

Clearly the badger's clack that one. Want it. Though as these things are like rocking horse excriment it's surely a bit unfair to subject it to 20k a year of hammering carrying my gubbins and usually 3 weeks worth of empty pop tins & pie wrappers.

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I think UR right Reg.

 

I also think I will have to be of strong resolve.

Think I have the 'van thing' sorted, as I will be going to have a shufty round one of these this week:

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FRUITY.

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POG man, those 1100's have got your name on em, get BIN-ing and pretend your in the John Cleese classic film 'Clockwork' by driving it into a field and getting stuck, then kicking it till the wing falls off (dont do that last bit).

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POG man, those 1100's have got your name on em, get BIN-ing and pretend your in the John Cleese classic film 'Clockwork' by driving it into a field and getting stuck, then kicking it till the wing falls off (dont do that last bit).

Heh, when I was up at t'garage yesterday retrieving one of my 405s, they had just got an M-reg 1100 Mk3 in that had been stored in a barn for the last 20yrs! Looked a bit shabby like, but tartan seat covers FTW. Owner wants 'em to recommission it, reckon they'll be spending a fair few quid :shock:

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I am WELL TEMPTED by the 1100's TBH. Like you say if only to emulate 'Clockwork' (Clockwise :wink: ). "We don't need a road. IT'S GRASS."Though I know I should really be reviving the rusty heaps that I do own rather than buyng moar. Coupla hunnert to get 'em shifted from the prossie-murdering capital of the UK though, so pisses on my chips, somewhat.

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DOUGHNUT WORRY. They have a nice solid cast-iron perpendicular lower suspension arm on em. As long as the A frame is reasonably central you can't go wrong!Theres a landcrap on there winking at me, I am wondering if it might be a bit heavy to drag behind the Volvo, but one of those 1100's will tow like a dream.

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what a mega bargain for just 750 quid! Just needs wings sills and valances, oh and an engine and box

 

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1973-FORD-CORTINA-2000-GXL-MK3-ROLLING-SHELL-WITH-V5_W0QQitemZ380040398642

Life On Mars tax.

 

GR8 4 RINGING

 

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1979-FORD-ESCORT-RS0000-V5-Chassis-Plate-Paint-Plate_W0QQitemZ160255732032

 

I bought this car in 1994 and took it of the road in 1997 for repairs that never happened. I have just scrapped the car.

Yeah right!! :lol:

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And Paypal don't refund for vehicles. I bet if you turned up at his house with cash he wouldn't say no though.

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'78 Avenger:

http://cgi.ebay.ie/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?Vie ... 0233620852

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'81 Carina "AE86":

http://cgi.ebay.ie/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?Vie ... 0241209239

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'85 W123 turdblower estate:

http://cgi.ebay.ie/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?Vie ... 0266021999

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Oh look, a MK1 Escort with four spotlights and a yellow paintjob. What are the chances? :roll:

http://cgi.ebay.ie/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?Vie ... 0246142176

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On 28-Jun-08 at 12:22:27 BST, seller added the following information:

 

THE CAR IS SOLD. PLEASE DO NOT BID.

Y N0T N'd DE OKSHUN THEN U CH1MP?

 

This poor little tarted up 1.3 seems to have lost his obligatory spotlights. Or maybe the owner is saving up for some after taking out a second mortgage to cover the car's purchase price:

http://cgi.ebay.ie/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?Vie ... 0233988205

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^^^Those wheels look wrong too. What are they off? An Opel/Vauxhall?

 

'87 80 GT:

http://cgi.ebay.ie/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?Vie ... 0246142176

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Time for this seller's balls to be introduced to some rusty garden shears:

http://cgi.ebay.ie/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?Vie ... 0241335943

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Given the title of this lovely web site I can't think of a more apt listing...http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1994-VAUXHALL-CAV ... 286.c0.m14Spaccy paintjob: check.Private listing (so he can schill bid): check.Piss poor feedback for selling cars: check.Text talk: check.Selling '4 a M8' but listing implies it's really his: check.Lexarse lights: check.No V5: check.

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/PEUGEOT-305-GL-DI ... 0256204049

 

Probably the best-kept one still alive

 

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1982-FORD-SIERRA- ... 0231664068

 

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1984-Audi-200-Tur ... 0244990595

 

Audi 200 must be mega-undesirable in slushbox form as this one's been on eBay several times with ever decreasing prices.

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YUM YUM YUM YUM YUMYUMYUM.

Wish I'd kept hold of mine, but at the time turd-brown old RWD Toyotas were worth a negative amount of money.

 

 

This poor little tarted up 1.3 seems to have lost his obligatory spotlights. Or maybe the owner is saving up for some after taking out a second mortgage to cover the car's purchase price:

http://cgi.ebay.ie/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?Vie ... 0233988205

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^^^Those wheels look wrong too. What are they off? An Opel/Vauxhall?

 

 

Wheels look like 'rostyle' jobbies to me, just all silver rather than the conventional black with polished raised bits. Certainly not GM though, they would not fit.

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This Stretchy Diana has been bought by a Dutch bloke who already has a CX, Tagora, Robin, Dacia Logan (daily) and has just bought a stretched Granada as well...

 

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