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Ohh yeahhhh!!

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I like that very much, especially the slide back roof canopy. Definitely a reason to wear a suit and tie whilst partaking in the art of driving.

Even the dog's impressed.

Pressed the 'like' button 20 times but only one recorded.

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2 hours ago, Pillock said:

What did he used to grow in the little greenhouse?

I think that might slide forward in times of inclement weather.

But it doesn’t look as though it’s higher than his head nor would it cover his elbows...

 

Is the car still around?

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What’s the little moustache thing at the front made from?

The roof reminds me of one of those WW2 Morrison shelters. 

Still it probably kept him out of trouble for many a night building it. I wonder what on earth became of it?

Driving that camper must have been an experience, a bit like piloting a terraced house from the upstairs bedroom. Wouldn’t fancy a crosswind in one...

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6 hours ago, Tayne said:

I think that might slide forward in times of inclement weather.

But it doesn’t look as though it’s higher than his head nor would it cover his elbows...

 

Is the car still around?

At a guess it might have been my great uncle John, in which case both he and the aluminium babe magnet are long gone up in that garage in the sky.

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1 hour ago, chaseracer said:

/\ There's a large dollop of Ford Corsair in the Llangollen lash-up, apparently.  But the question remains... WHY?

And the answer is, because he could. (Not necessarily that he should, but wouldn't life be boring if everyone was sensible)

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It's a George Clarke Amazing Spaces garden room bidet facility, based on a Hardly-Likely electric milk-float, this must not be confused with the Hardly-Worthitt milk-float which pre-dates it and which had an on board Lister generator to charge the batteries if used in locations that did not yet have mains electricity.

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I'd have to be a total Philistine not to admire the vision, ingenuity and skill of the creators of all these machines. Nevertheless after viewing this thread not only are my eyes hurting but I feel a tad queasy.

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15 hours ago, anonymous user said:

And we have this one from West Wales a 2cv based three wheeler with handbuilt laminated wooden body

 

Featured in the latest PC mag. Built by a man who rejoices in the name of Friend Wood!?

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