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1 minute ago, somewhatfoolish said:

Nice photobomb from a pair of 80s Nissans; worth messaging the vendor as they aren't listed on the bay. The vendor has listed this freaky looking device; @Six-cylinder how about this repurposed as an engine crane at the FOD? :D 

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Love that.

It would be so useful to be able to load my own bombs instead of having to have the RAF do it!

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16 hours ago, outlaw118 said:

I'll not lie, looks wise that nova is lovely. Astra GTE wheels in that pic and Cav GSI in another. Just how mine was. All nostalgic now,   I'm back in '95 tearing up Gt Yarmouth seafront. Mmmmm good times. 

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On 5/25/2020 at 7:56 AM, Jazoli said:

No it isn't, Bub's is broken at the minute.

To quote ebay ad "You will never find another one like this anywhere."

Oh RLY?

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It still runs. Just doesnt like to hold oil. Or oil pressure. or coolant. Has good compression though. 

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7 hours ago, Crusty Sills said:

I'll not lie, looks wise that nova is lovely. Astra GTE wheels in that pic and Cav GSI in another. Just how mine was. All nostalgic now,   I'm back in '95 tearing up Gt Yarmouth seafront. Mmmmm good times. 

The GTE wheels ? Could be mk2 cavalier Sri 130 wheels.  I think I'd prefer 14 inch on a Nova. 15 inch Gsi wheeels look silly. There are 2 different castings for those wheels. One is later and a Mk3 cavalier GSI front brake caliper just fits inside it. (As fitted to 3 of the 4 Mk2 cavaliers I owned. (not all at the same time) 

The only thing I HATE (and such a big word) is the number plates. so very wrong. 

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Manky Merc 1p start, no reserve. Bear in mind: 

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CONDITION:
This item is used but is in good condition and is in full working order.

O RLY? | XSp.MERCEDES-W123-230CEhttps://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/MERCEDES-W123-230CE/143615606564?hash=item2170283f24:g:7bYAAOSwzFFezW2P

 

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Escrot featuring Team Fat n Blind's school of body repairs. Badermatic too. Quid start, no reserve.

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Looks like a blind 90 year old has fired filler at most of the panels and wheel arches from a catapult from 25 yards away

I'm 50 and Blind Trev is 48. Cheeky twat.

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1989-Ford-Escort-1-6-GL-MK3-MOT-till-December-2020/224024583638?hash=item3428e7ddd6:g:lp4AAOSw5MlezVnt

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That Panhard was built by Andy Saunders and it ran for a while before the DVLA took the registration away because it was substantially modified. It needs a full IVA or whatever to get a new reg and will likely not be able to registered as a historic vehicle. All this is well knon and the current vendor is definitely being a bit naughty not making that totally clear in the advert.

Although it looks great from the outside I think the interior is horrid, considering how stylish the original was. Bit of a weird one really. Approach with caution.

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Anyone else want to join the cool kids with an ADO? This one is Harvest Gold and Mill-spec. WINNAH. £300 start, in Sussex. @barrett I'm looking at you. 

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Wolsley-1300-automatic-Morris-austin/303579219473?hash=item46aebb4611:g:SkEAAOSwN5ZezWnb

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@barrettRe: The Panhard; think the dealer knows more than he's letting on - don't they always? 

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I AM AN HONEST EBAYER

Hmmmm....

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SHE MAY NEED TO BE INSPECTED BY THE DVLA DUE TO HAVING BEEN SUBSTANTIALLY MODIFIED

NOTE the use of the word "MAY".

Horseshit. I prefer your version of events, and anyone who buys it is likely to have opened a big can of worms. Smelly ones.

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