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The old commercial corners getting cluttered time for a fresh one :lol:

Seddon Atkinson Breakdown truck

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Ford Cargo Recovery truck

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Ex travis perkins Balham London

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Old Land Rover on a garden

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Old Land Rover in a Field in the middle of no-where :shock:

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Vauxhall Astra Van

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ERF

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Crane wagon-dont know what make though

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Renault. Same as Dodge 50 series :?:

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International Harvester

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Crane wagon-dont know what make though

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Doesn't the badge say Lokomo?

Famous Finnish crane brand*

Similar looking one for sale here

 

*may not actually be famous

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ERF

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Renault. Same as Dodge 50 series :?:

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I do love old ERF B & C series! Such a distinctive deep sound! 8)

 

Yes, they called them.....Renault Dodge! :wink: Either S50 or S75.....this may be S75 as it's more heavy duty?!

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Heres some better pics of a mk2craig spotting in the past.

Dodge Spacevan/Commer pb

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O.A.P Owned only used twice a week

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Owned for many years-just undergoing yearly handpaint job.

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Cant remember if he said ex post office or telecom though :oops:

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Have some more...

Escort 1800 Diesel van.

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Peugeot 305 1905cc Diesel van-There since 1999.

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Unknown.

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Wouldt mind a look at that 305 Van, might it be for sale?

I Bet it would be its been at the back of their sales pitch for years. Dont know if its too dear or what?

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Where is this place RA1725?

Name and phone number on their Escort van :wink:Burbage which is junction 1 m69. (J21 M1)

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Wow that pony truck is an early one. Dont suppose you have apic of the front end do you? Be interesting to know if it is a chrome bumper job, if so I will become temporarily unstable while I work out how I can get my hands on it.

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Wow that pony truck is an early one. Dont suppose you have apic of the front end do you? Be interesting to know if it is a chrome bumper job, if so I will become temporarily unstable while I work out how I can get my hands on it.

Couldnt say-been trying to find someone on site for months. Hence the through the hedge non tresspassing shots-mitsubishis and leylands on site in the undergrowth too :roll:

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Old E.R.F behind an empty industrial unit

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1937 Bedford looks like it should be in dads army :lol:

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Bonus "DOH" Homer Simpson number plate too.

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This must be rare? Never seen one myself-International Harvester Loadstar :shock:

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1750 Means its a Diesel 8)

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Wasnt much room for pics :cry:

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any way this was parked on the roundabout at shoreham so decided to treat you all

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This is from another thread-so I thought it would go well with this transit :shock:

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Even the dropside body is left on. Its in use and has been like this for a year or two.

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Love the International 8) If I remember rightly, that particular model was assembled under licence at an IH factory in Doncaster for a short time in the sixties, but the model didn't find much favour with UK operators. That particular example must be US built being a left hooker, I'd wager it ended up here giving service at a US military base :wink:

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