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Hola ,Buenos dientes

 

Some great chod there  ,

I Often see old stuff in Benidorm

Next Time  I go ,will pap some

 

Buena vida

Great look forward to the photos.

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I was in Almeria a few years ago and there was loads of abandoned brit cars (flat tyres/windows dirty) that had obviously been used as a cheap way of getting to a boat in the marina that was sailing off to destinations unknown.

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The next lot were also taken in the same hospital car park. All three look to be abandoned. It was the wife who spotted the Toyota.

 

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The cars are Yellow Toyota Corolla from 1983 (according to the app) However that would make it a E70 according to WIKI. Where as I feel this is an E50 according to WIKI.  Not another import? Any help there?

That Toyota is a KE25 Corolla.

 

https://www.google.com/search?q=toyota+corolla+KE25&client=firefox-b-ab&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiOx4b25a7dAhXi-yoKHQIQC9kQ_AUICigB&biw=1680&bih=936

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I was in Almeria a few years ago and there was loads of abandoned brit cars (flat tyres/windows dirty) that had obviously been used as a cheap way of getting to a boat in the marina that was sailing off to destinations unknown.

Sounds strangely like Albania. At least they use the cars.

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The bad news is the Toyota is no longer there. The other 2 are. So I do hope this means that it is a used car and has not been "removed" from the road. Sorry no more updates on that car.

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Hi Remspor, did you ever get permission to post that guide to buying cars in Spain? Thanks

Not a whisper. So I will have to find the document I wrote. Had a PC crash so although most things were saved nothing has been saved with the original name. I will get too it soon.

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I would love to know more about what the history is behind the hard life this car seems to have had.post-26181-0-82199500-1544890760_thumb.jpg

 

A strange sump pan guard on this Pug. Sorry no better photo as I was getting strange looks from the woman  who had just walked into shot and was heading my way.

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LPG gas being  to my house. Actually he is leaving. Driving with a phone in his hand!post-26181-0-86099700-1544891398_thumb.jpg

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The Hearse, first posted about last Sept., is still in the same location. Is it dead Jim?

To day had to go to the local breakers for a second-hand screen wash pump.

Photos od some finds.

The area where you have to wait for the "golfer" to bring back your part. No passing the fence.

 

 

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The governor was not around so I could not get an answer to the condition of the following cars, or even if they were for sale.

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Is that a full blown buttery biscuit bASe?

It looks like it. The working chaps did not know anything about it. The badging just says

 BXD

Sorry, but the picture shows a Renault 19.

Thanks for pointing that out. Never noticed.

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I've just moved to Spain for a few months and noticed fewer old motors than in previous visits. Not much around here (one Rover 75 on Spanish plates but RHD) but not really been looking.

 

There is a car show on 7th April in Delores which is 15 minutes from me, so looking forward to seeing something interesting.

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Well having been into Madrid today there is definitely slightly less about than when I was here in 2015. However, still way more about than most other European capitals these days.

 

And to top it off, amongst the 160 odd photos from today I finally spotted one of these:

 

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Spanish made Dodge 3700 GT. Apparently this one has a diesel conversion too.

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