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6 minutes ago, Tadhg Tiogar said:

I remember this was Volvo's main selling point back in the early 1980s. A bit like Duracell.

Nowadays, look around you and see how much shite is still going, 19 years or more after they were built!

This was back when cars would normally only spend a decade on the roads.

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Finally received a magazine I won on an eBay auction today, the postage service has been given a workout recently as you could imagine so a lot of stuff that I bought in late-February hasn't arrived yet!

Here's one for the "cars you didn't know about until very recently" thread, the 1974 Delta 6:

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Salisbury registered BHO146V is listed as a Red Datsun Other Estate 1171cc (probably a Cherry) which was last taxed on 1 November 1992.

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9 minutes ago, Richard_FM said:

From Motor 24/10/1987...

The prices make interesting reading.

I think it was still possible to buy a decent house (without needing too much mortgage)* for the price of a 635CSi.

*obviously not in that London 

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