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mygasser
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given my wedding car a clean

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been having a clean up of my wedding carduring evenings this week and over the weekend. it looks much better now, it hadn't been cleaned and polished for about 8+ years while in storage so the difference was dramatic.
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ScottyDave
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Re: given my wedding car a clean

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Thats different, perfect wedding motor :thumbright:
What is it though?
73 Charger 318
MMA-130

mygasser
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Re: given my wedding car a clean

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it's a one off mate, my dad and me built it about 30 years ago. 70's sherpa chassis rails and axles, '65 4 litre rolls engine/box, '55 daimler conquest gauges/switches, model T steering wheel, 20" vintage london bus wheels and handbrake and the list goes on. it surprises other road uses as it'll do 100mph (on a private road of course :-$ ). i inherited it after dad passed and it's pretty much been in storage since.
neil.

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ScottyDave
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What a build, it definitely looks the part :thumbright:
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Re: given my wedding car a clean

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Thanks, it's got a few chips and scratches here and there but I painted it must be 20-25 years ago now so.....

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