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I also should have said my Son have one now.
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Derek wrote:
Mon Oct 07, 19 7:16 pm
I also should have said my Son have one now.
That looks a nice clean car.
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That looks very nice, original and straight. Don't paint it just preserve it!
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MattH wrote:
Mon Oct 07, 19 9:13 pm
That looks very nice, original and straight. Don't paint it just preserve it!
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:lol: :thumbright:

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I've always had a soft spot for these 'late model' 'runners - a friend of ours had one around the time we got our Sport Satellite. We still see him from time to time and I think he's still got the car, tucked away in a garage near Wembley... :-k

Good to see you've got a nice unmolested example there :thumbright:
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