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LOOK OUT GIRLS! THE MAN WITH THE HUGE ORGAN IS COMING TO YOUR VILLAGE!

Mrs Seth ROFLALOT. I don't understand what's so amusing?
That is fecking hilarious :lol::lol::lol::lol::lol:

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Minerva were licence built in Belgium for the Military. Not so rare as to confuse us crusties mate!We all know what they are, and most of us would have a couple given a chance! ( I would have one of everything they built on leaf springs anyway...............)

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Excellent! Just like I remember ALL marinas looked like when i was a nipper.

Incorrect plates aside, OBV!I am sure that blue was fairly rare for marina's. They were all either orange or that bloody 'harvest gold' or whatever it was that looked the piss of ill people. Though they were all grimy with shutz'd cover sills. I found a great pic recently at my old folks place, me an' me dad circa 1979 with his Marina in shot looking delightfully SHIT. I'll have to get a scan.

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Giddy game show! Thats lovely, the perfect colour for a 70's Peugeot. I'd imagine the rust would be horrific underneath all that shine.

 

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1985-CITROEN-VISA-CONVERTIBLE-SILVER_W0QQitemZ200281209085QQihZ010QQ

 

Strangely appealing.

 

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1977-VOLKSWAGEN-POLO-LS-GREEN_W0QQitemZ200278992573QQcmdZViewItemQQ

 

Talking of appealing colours....

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While we're on the subject of daft little pickups...

 

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That not only gets a WTF?, it also gets a YTF? I mean... what an astonishingly shit idea! I despair.
It is a rubbish concept, but it looks pretty nicely done. He oughta sort out the SVA test himself though or its just a big useless unattractive ornament.

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Oooh I love that Audi 80. Price will go well above my limit though I suspect.On the subject of scruffy Marinas, there was a kid at our school in the late 80s whose mum used to drop him off in the shittiest white one with brown seats you've ever seen. The family were a bit pikey and this lad was renowned for being a bit whiffy too.

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Won't that 80 go to someone like Coxy off RR? I find 80s of the '70s (if that's not too confusing in itself) to be utterly befuddling. Every time I see one, which is admittedly not very often, they seem to have a different front or rear light arrangement to what I've just about got to grips with.

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Every time I see one, which is admittedly not very often, they seem to have a different front or rear light arrangement to what I've just about got to grips with.

80's are very similar in respect to the Passat - not just in terms of mechanics but in the constant model updates every few years.

 

From what I understand this one would be a facelift of the 2nd generation 1970's 80. This car was in production for 2 years until the squarer (and judging by the numbers still on the roads more common) model in 1978.

 

Let us recap.

 

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The 2nd generation model. GT versions had double headlamps.

 

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The facelift model circa 76-78.

 

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The 78-86 replacement.

 

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Facelift of the 78-86 replacement.

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Sales Rep Battle!

 

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1983 BMW 728i

 

Business: Insurance

Chance of bonus this year: 76%

 

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1978 Ford Granada 2.2GL

 

Business: Short-term Office Rental

Chance of bonus this year: 63%

 

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1982 Ford Sierra 1.6L

 

Business: Bulk-buy Stationery

Chance of bonus this year: 42%

 

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1986 Vauxhall Cavalier 1.3L

 

Business: Prepacked Sandwiches

Chance of bonus this year: 30%

 

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1989 Austin Metro 1.3 GS

 

Business: "A Prize Every Time" Machines

Chance of bonus this year: N/A, awaiting dismissal

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Sunny coupe.... complete with stale petrol apparently

 

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1983-DATSUN-SUNNY ... dZViewItem

 

Wedgetastic!! local to me too.

 

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1979-AUSTIN-MORRI ... dZViewItem

 

Love these, but may as well wipe your backside with your money the amount this beast will swallow in running repairs

 

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/BMW-635CSI-Auto-1 ... dZViewItem

 

Only a couple of hundred notes for this Rover with 3 hrs to go.. june 09 test and free tax, seems cheap to me if you can get your hands on a wing

 

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll? ... AQ:GB:1123

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