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Spoke to old giffer recently at a car show that has had one for 12 years [he built it based on a diesel Fiesta] he let me have a drive, and I was very impressed.They are a complete fibreglass moncoque, no steel anywhere in the body, except the window frames.

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Yowser, that Marina Van is WORLD CLASS SHITE.

 

I would love to own that, imagine rolling up at rich folks houses for work with 'teh Pog Survey Co.' brush painted down the sides. Absolute quality.

 

 

And a surefire way to go bust pretty quickly

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I like the drivers door mirror that points to the ground and is that a big black roof spoiler on the top i spy there?.Even the plate has the sign of the devil on it!, The more i look at the photos the better they get!.

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I would love to own that, imagine rolling up at rich folks houses for work with 'teh Pog Survey Co.' brush painted down the sides. Absolute quality.

Even better than that, I saw a MK3 Transit the other day with "CARPET FITTER" written on the bonnet using bits of roughly cut-up Duck tape. It wasn't even lined up right, it was about 4 inches too far to the left.

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"Hello, is that Autoshite Assist?"

"Certainly"

"Yeah, my old rammle has broken down again, can you come and get me home"

"Sure, be there in a few hours. Bye!"

 

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Truly awesome!

Wow. Text suggests it's non-turbo too. Not fast then...
About as quick as his chances of selling it for £2295 I'd imagine. It's a four hundred quid truck with a £200 back, no winch and an extra axle to make it weigh more and carry less.

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1977 Saab 99GL

 

Looks alright for £250 plus a bit of tinkering.

 

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1986 Ford Sierra 1.6 L E-Max

 

Wow! What a beauty, possibly the worst colour that Sierras were available in. And it even has the E-Max "lean burn" engine! Bet they're awkward to get bits for now, if I recall they have all their own special gaskets and the likes. I remember my dad wanting one of those as he's always been spectacularly tight with petrol, he ended up with a normal 1.6 L though. I reckon the only reason we didn't have a 1.3 Sierra back in the day is because he couldn't find one. Anyway, I would love it.

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Auto Trader: December 1988 (Bargain Cars section)

 

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1977 Vauxhall Cavalier 1.6 L

 

White, V.G. condition, a dream to drive

 

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1979 Vauxhall Cavalier 1.3 L

 

Great example, 4-speed so good on fuel, some test

 

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1973 Morris Marina 1.3

 

Lovely car, benefit from slight tidying, undersealed, priced for quick sale

 

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1969 Ford Cortina 1600E

 

PX to clear, first to see will buy, £50 takes it (no offers)

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