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That ice cream van is absolutely terrifying. I'm not going to sleep tonight.

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Some shite with an international flavour for you now...

 

1996 Indian Fiat thing:

http://cgi.ebay.in/Premier-118NE-Origin ... 0224444029

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1993 Suzuki Gypsy(?):

http://cgi.ebay.in/army-gypsy-jeep_W0QQ ... 0220107893

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1999 (1989 more like) Pug 309 Diesel?

http://cgi.ebay.in/Peugeot-309-Diesel-1 ... 0183544114

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1981 Mitsubishi Lancer:

http://cgi.ebay.ph/LANCER-BOXTYP-81_W0Q ... 0221540894

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International Harvester Scout:

http://cgi.ebay.ph/Restored-Classic-4x4 ... 0228586077

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1988 Bluebird:

http://cgi.ebay.ph/nissan-1988-boxtype_ ... 0207521720

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1981 Celica NOT AE86 RWD GUD 4 DRFTN Y0

http://cgi.ebay.com.my/TOYOTA-CELICA-YE ... 0205518481

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ZX 16V. Bit pricey at nearly £3000 though:

http://cgi.ebay.com.my/Citroen-ZX-16v-2 ... 0228381537

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1984 Nissan Laurel:

http://cgi.ebay.com.my/Nissan-Laurel-2- ... 0205563516

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1996 Indian Fiat thing:

Premier-118NE-Original-Nissan-Engine-1996

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Now that is Shite with a capital S. Wheres the windscreen wipers gone? :lol:

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I went for a job selling ice cream from a van when I was a student. Didn't get it, probably cos I looked too clean.I re-do Harry Hill's quip when the ice cream van comes - "he only rings his bell when he's out of ice cream", but the step-boy seems to have caught on now.

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Check this total sweetie:

 

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http://cgi.ebay.fr/autobianch-de-1972-type-a112-environ-140000-km_W0QQitemZ260217070417

 

Only 250 euros BIN, sadly its about as far away as its possible to be and still be in France.

 

1 trillion more chic points if you are a fit bird about town in this than a Mini Cooper or whatever.

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Why use one word when 50 will do?

 

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Hillman-Hunter-Estate-Spares-or-Project-for-Repair_W0QQitemZ290211263918

 

As it is no longer a complete car I am listing it under 'Classic Car Spares' but I do still believe that it is sound enough that an attempt to put it back on the road using spares from another Arrow range vehicle would be quite justified, though I shall not be the one with the time to do it so that's the main reason that it's looking for a new home.

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That BX is magnificent, the most basic model we got, with the rattlebox 1360 donk and a 4 speed box, a very early example.Might go and have a look its only about 12 miles away.Oof!

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That's wonderful! I imagine Marty will have spilled his yoghurt all over his keyboard at the sight of that.

Yup - there is much confabulation over on BXClub about buying that one, uber basic, uber rare and one of the earliest ones in the UK - rusty doors not an issue as Mk 2 doors WILL fit. I have emailed the seller to ask for photos of the rear door shuts (uber pain in the arse to weld up).

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AWOOGAH! That Samba's well tidy.Brings back memories of my nan's Sunbeam 930LS (Imp-engined, YO!) and Peugeot 205 Junior for "old biddy motor" lurve. Always did wonder why she didn't trade in the 'Beam for a Samba in between, maybe she was too busy opposite-locking down to the Bridge Club.

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The BX is fab, haven't seen an A-reg one for years. That would be a lovely thing to squirrel away.I'd be tempted by the Samba if I didn't already have fleet overload as it's on my doorstep with a nice local reg. I must have seen it running about round here but it doesn't immediately spring to mind :?

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