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Peugeot 305 must be steel, it's being attracted north.. Garbaldy wins!

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This roffle DOES NOT include two new genuine wings. They would be available to purchase by the winner, or I'll sell them separately.

12 months MOT 

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5 - @sdkrc oaid
6 - @TheDoctor paid
7 - @Tickman paid
8 - @yes oui si paid
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53 - @Iamgroot
54 - @DodgyBastard paid
55 - @loserone no not him, now @puddlethumper paid
56 - @Shep Shepherd paid
57 - @yes oui si paid
58 - @petermcpete paid
59 - @LightBulbFun paid

 

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4 minutes ago, loserone said:

Does anyone mind if I buy three tickets? It's technically Mrs L1's..

Not at all

Please refer to my belatedly edited post RE 43 and two randoms please (My little boy insists 43 is a lucky number) ;) 

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this was one of the first Cars I showed mum when she asked me to find "an car" where she did not seem all that enthused by it (to much sads by me)

so ill take a Stanley argson electric, an Invacar Mk8A and a petrol Tippen Delta please :)

aka number 44 52 and 59 please :) (although the list seemingly only goes up to number 50?)

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Ah the 305 I should have had, resplendent in beige.

The advisories on the MOT for this are great! 

Number plate "looks a bit like it melted" and the engine "has an epic oil leak". Awesome. 

Good luck with the roffle :)

 

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1 hour ago, MrSchwifty said:

The advisories on the MOT for this are probably an example of why the MOT system is not always the best guarantee of buying a fine safe car 

EFA

There's little doubting this car is grim in many ways, but every time I drive it I find myself more in love with it.  It's incredibly charming.

Edited to emphasise: this MOT is straight.  The MOT handbook did not allow for it to be failed on its condition.  That clearly does not mean it's without issue.

Two videos from today.

First start in a month.  It started like this last month too, and that was its first start since September.  And the kids had left the lights on for a day.

This is cruising at 55 on a twisty country road in the rain with the window down.  You can maintain a surprising pace with a bit of clever use of the throttle.

 

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10 minutes ago, TheDoctor said:

Hell yeah. 20 quids worth please! 

Mate, you remember that 306? That was utterly perfect compared to this.  I'm not sure I can quite bare the idea of you winning this.   Still can have them if you really want though! 😂

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