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Car park find.  " stayed in one place long time need full wallet  "

https://www.gumtree.com/p/porsche/porsche-cayenne-estate-2004-semi-auto-3189-cc-5-doors/1456213430

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Another old silver Cayenne in London " at the moment the engine does not start in whole or in part " 

https://www.gumtree.com/p/porsche/porsche-cayenne-estate-2005-semi-auto-3189-cc-5-doors/1455493549

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8 hours ago, grogee said:

@UltraWomble where are you finding all these motorized fibreglass baths? I've never even seen anything like that on the road. What/who are they for?

I threatened my daughter with that red one

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Anyway - got to phone a garage in Staffod now and chat to a man about an MGB

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21 minutes ago, UltraWomble said:

I threatened my daughter with that red one

 

Anyway - got to phone a garage in Staffod now and chat to a man about an MGB

Are they (MGB) the electric ones?

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27 minutes ago, wuvvum said:

That is absolutely fantastic.  I just wish these were still £500 cars...

Same as 2cvs. Mine was £800 in 1993 and did 10 years. Current sisters car was 400 in 1996 and still going. Value £10,000. Stupid values really. I bought a cx in 1999 as i thought 2cvs were overpriced then.

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3 hours ago, D.E said:

"sills need welding" yet in 2021 to rob it of its number it somehow got a clean MOT pass

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Hmmmmmm

(although saying that it is on a separate chassis, so it maybe it just didn't matter since it technically is not anything structural ?)

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On 17/04/2023 at 19:43, Christine said:

 Egg ,  My Grandfather,  ( which one i don't know ) either far left or the driver , and Lord Harris on another  Lord Harris car..!    Big noses... like mine  

 

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Brilliant! Sharing the Humber on the Faversham memories group also got these little nuggets of info:

I remember Lord Harris’s estate. They used to have a “ Shoot “ there every now & again. When the shoot was over my Dad & I drove around the perimeter of the estate picking up all the game birds that had fallen outside the walls Pigeons, pheasants etc & took them home. We had a great feast of pigeons breasts, plucked & gutted by my Father & roasted in the oven I was probably 8 or 9 years old then. What a memory.

During the late 1940s and 1950s Lord Harris used to drive a British Racing Green Bristol motor car, when he went on the train to London he used to park it in the Mall close to the house I lived in. He passed away in 1984 aged 95.The Humber was used for civic occasions.

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