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OOF! How rare is that?

 

Actually, that reminds me, I saw an Australian-spec mid-90s Ford Laser (323 based) on Friday near me. Really must try harder with keeping the camera in the car.

 

Anyway, howsaboutthisthen? Worst-looking Seville evAr - OK, the early 80s bustleback looks much worse, but that's sort-of ironically cool these days.

 

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Some more for your delectation. Repeat after me: "Must save funds from sold 405, must save funds from sold 405, must save funds from sold 405..."

 

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/MORRIS-MARINA-1-8-SPECIALCOUPE-SERIES-2-LONG-MOT-RARE_W0QQitemZ300253771053

Poor zooming photos.

 

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1967-Skoda-1000MB-LHD-Solid-Project-Complete-Very-Rare_W0QQitemZ170256292668

Belonging to R-Rer "spazdaguy" who is selling after 5mins, I believe Mr Bickle has made him an offer he probably won't refuse if it gets zero bids...

 

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Volvo-244DL-1979-tax-mot_W0QQitemZ230284089616

Earth calling Torsten...come in, Torsten. Does this clarify the recent 244 headlamp debate?

 

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1986-ROVER-3500-V-PLAS-RED-Project-car_W0QQitemZ160277836010

Why does everyone slap a Vitesse rear spoiler on a late V8 SD1? Leave the VDPs alone FFS.

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Lovely.

 

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1967-VOLVO-144-S-BLACK-classic_W0QQitemZ150287734078

When's pre-68 again? 8)

 

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/DATSUN-BULEBIRD-LX-1600_W0QQitemZ200250757382

Rather optomistically in the Classic section, and the fella wants £380 without a ticket, but the quintessential T12 Bluey in my book.

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Big barges from the "ordinary cars" section, I often have a look at what's available within 50 miles on a Buy It Now of a grand or less, for shits & giggles.

 

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/VOLVO-960-24V-AUTO-P-REG-PRICE-REDUCED-TO-SELL_W0QQitemZ190248130598

3-litre straight six 960 surely the ultimate expression of the old brick.

 

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I think the lad is on crack saying it was £54k new (750 money, surely?) and only has 140bhp, but 3.5 with the bulletproof straight six? Mmm.

 

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1993-BMW-730I-SE-AUTO-BLACK_W0QQitemZ260279215899

This one has been on for a while, very tempting with the 3-litre straight six and dechromed trim.

 

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1996-NISSAN-PRIMERA-SE-RED_W0QQitemZ330265845378

Strong money, but the definitive P10 Primera? I think so. GR8 car.

 

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1991-NISSAN-PRIMERA-EZX-WHITE_W0QQitemZ200250745980

Or this, if you prefer a hatch and more sport.

 

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1993-VAUXHALL-NOVA-MERIT-PLUS-TD-BLUE_W0QQitemZ270270387635

Cavette has a lorralove for these. Probably the only credible alternative to a 205DTurbo at the price. Perky little motors but watch that rust.

 

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Seems like a cheap way to look good, but what do I know?

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Some more for your delectation. Repeat after me: "Must save funds from sold 405, must save funds from sold 405, must save funds from sold 405..."

Did you sell it to pogweasel after all?

 

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1975-TRIUMPH-DOLO ... 0248248234

 

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/CITROEN-DS-21-EST ... 0253855412

 

LPG'd DS Safari 8)

 

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1958-AUSTIN-BLUE_ ... 0279508513

 

Seized Champ

 

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/AUSTIN-A40-BLACK_ ... 0276984593

 

gr8 4 hot-roddin etc.

 

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/x1-9-derton-for-s ... 0280505872

 

Spairs or scrap, I reckon on the latter

 

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1984-TALBOT-SAMBA ... 0287411295

 

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1984-TOYOTA-CELIC ... 0281765299

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That R8 looks fabulous. Shame it's in Aberdeen, like. I imagine A-framing that home would be a mission and a half. Yugo Van is awesome for a completely different set of reasons. I am sure that would be GR8 for work, just right for impressing my clients :lol: The random application of the word 'european' is splendid. Reminds me of the disgusting Transit that my dad used to roll around in, that for some unfathomable reason had "UK & EUROPEAN COURIER" emblzoned down the side in 'comic sans' font, text that remained throughout his tenure despite it's sole use being for pootling about and not couriering items to Europe.

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Bit of plod and a tin of Dulux will have that Rolla back on the shite-ass wedding circuit no bother. Just park it t'other way round outside the registry office.

 

I am genuinely amazed by the number of shitty white RR's that do such service on any given saturday. Sure in the past turning up in a Roller would be quite 'special', but surely pitching up in some hand-painted old shitter that smells of damp carpets and mouse urine is hardly going to make the blushing bride feel 'special' is it? I mean a cracked-bumper Mondeo is probably better suited to the task in hand.

 

Even the higher end of the spectrum is a bit 'crap' isn't it? My mate got hitched at the weekend and they pushed the boat out a bit with a Bentley Turbo, but you coud pick one of those up for less than the price of a new Fiesta. The Porka GT3 he arrived in was schweeeet though.

 

I digress. Have an AvenJa.

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SEX.

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