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https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Bedford-CF1-luton-box-van-in-need-of-restoration-1972/254787190092

Like how this says 'BEARS' on the front of the Luton. I imagine it doing a regular round among housing estates in the early 80's selling actual bears to frazzled housewives & kids

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22 minutes ago, Mr_Bo11ox said:

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https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Bedford-CF1-luton-box-van-in-need-of-restoration-1972/254787190092

Like how this says 'BEARS' on the front of the Luton. I imagine it doing a regular round among housing estates in the early 80's selling actual bears to frazzled housewives & kids

as per the Autoshite End User Licence agreement 

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1 hour ago, Mr_Bo11ox said:

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https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Bedford-CF1-luton-box-van-in-need-of-restoration-1972/254787190092

Like how this says 'BEARS' on the front of the Luton. I imagine it doing a regular round among housing estates in the early 80's selling actual bears to frazzled housewives & kids

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4 hours ago, SteersWithThrottle said:

Front wheel drive recovery trucks always seem like a stupid idea to me, this one even more so.

I used to borrow a S3 Land Rover LWB with a Harvey Frost on the back ,  it had a V8 and sounded great . For a long time it had the rear prop removed because of a broken half shaft , no problem it was just left in high range 4wd. All good until I picked up an SD1 from the  bottom of a steep lane- I think we had about 6 people on the bonnet and front bumper to get out to the main road. It would occasionally lose traction and the tyres squeal on bumpy roads too, lovely light steering!

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27 minutes ago, w00dy said:

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https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1991-ONYX-FASTCAT-KIT-CAR-VERY-RARE-1-4-LTR-VERY-LIGHT-ONE-OF-A-KIND/143860197829

 

No one had ever thought to make a an automotive Nigel Thornberry before. Or after thankfully.

 

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Can you imagine how utterly fucking ridiculous you would look driving that? There is not one single redeeming feature. 

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3 minutes ago, Dirk Diggler said:

2008 Chevrolet Epica 2.0 straight six - €1295

https://www.donedeal.ie/vintagecars-for-sale/2008-chevrolet-epica-automatic-6-cylinder/26600083

Only ever saw a few diesel Epicas around; never knew they did a 6

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I've kind of wanted one of those for a while, purely for the transverse straight six. I remember thinking it was a weird thing to for such a dull car when I read the Autocar first drive and weird trivia about dull cars is my soft spot 

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5 hours ago, SteersWithThrottle said:

Front wheel drive recovery trucks always seem like a stupid idea to me, this one even more so.

For sure there are some disadvantages with traction and maybe drivetrain longevity but the benefit would be greater capacity and easier loading.  For a one man band shite moving service with a post 97 licence it would be the better option I reckon.

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