COOL CLASSIC CAR SPOTTERS POST! (Vol 3)

COOL CLASSIC CAR SPOTTERS POST! (Vol 3)

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Big Al.

Original Poster:

62,375 posts

205 months

Saturday 20th April
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RATATTAK

5,685 posts

136 months

Saturday 20th April
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Gone but not forgotten


P5BNij

4,385 posts

53 months

Saturday 20th April
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Beautiful example, very nice. Just got back from the Stoneleigh show where my eyes were out on stalks taking in several muscle cars of similar ilk, both standard and modified.... I never realised how much I wanted something like this until now.

P5BNij

4,385 posts

53 months

Saturday 20th April
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Just a few from Stoneleigh this morning...










Pericoloso

40,998 posts

110 months

Saturday 20th April
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Here's my favourite 10 from Wheels day yesterday.



Ford Consul Classic.



When Subaru made interesting cars.



1600 GT



Anglia van



Meep meep







Pair of Challengers.



Orange Charger but without General Lee markings.





Possibly hiding a V8 ,centre of steering wheel had V8 inscribed in it.





Is that 10 ?....no idea.

P5BNij

4,385 posts

53 months

Saturday 20th April
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Who's counting anyway... wink

No Challengers at Stoneleigh but this Mercury Cougar hit the right spot for me...






T-195

1,501 posts

8 months

Saturday 20th April
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In on the first page.

Double whammy in Sidcup.


MiltonBaines

1,098 posts

199 months

Saturday 20th April
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Lovely xr4i in the car park at santa pod today. Immaculate. Shame it had the cossie grill though.

Pothole

27,708 posts

229 months

Sunday 21st April
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psi310398 said:
Sadly not, it was the new Kenyan Government on behalf of the then ODA.

We had some other great cars over those years - a Corsair, a Zephyr, a brace of Rover 3500s, a Triumph 2000, a Hillman Imp, a Fiat 500 as well as a rackety old Austin(?) Champ.
Shame, I thought you might have been a long-lost old prep school chum.

TR4man

3,450 posts

121 months

Sunday 21st April
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Nantwich yesterday




TR4man

3,450 posts

121 months

Sunday 21st April
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P5BNij

4,385 posts

53 months

Sunday 21st April
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More from Stoneleigh...

RHD Chevy Bel-Air, must be quite rare... a conversion maybe...?










































Wish I had a much bigger garage or room to build another one... hehe

vixen1700

11,479 posts

217 months

Sunday 21st April
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Living in the London ULEZ, come 2021 those exempt Yank V8s are looking more and more appealing. hehe

Been looking at '60s Mustangs recently...

T-195

1,501 posts

8 months

Sunday 21st April
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Bright red E9 CSL from the look of it driving through Swanley yesterday.

Cool

Ditchfinder General

623 posts

89 months

Sunday 21st April
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Utterly lovely 5 series! Met the owner a few weeks earlier, really sound guy happy to talk about the car.



Also spotted this, I do love a Frog - even when not exactly in the best conditiongetmecoat


ess

576 posts

125 months

Sunday 21st April
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Regularly spotted in The Cut, Waterloo.
Lovely little bit of Gallic goodness.

S


RATATTAK

5,685 posts

136 months

Sunday 21st April
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ess said:
Regularly spotted in The Cut, Waterloo.
Lovely little bit of Gallic goodness.

S

Oooooo, those shut gaps !

gothatway

2,344 posts

117 months

Sunday 21st April
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ess said:
Regularly spotted in The Cut, Waterloo.
Lovely little bit of Gallic goodness.

Hmmm, in what respect does that exhibit "lovely" or "goodness" ?

ess

576 posts

125 months

Sunday 21st April
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ok, ok.... Each to their own I guess.
Definitely cool in my eyes.
Would love to pootle around Londinium in that smile

S

Pothole

27,708 posts

229 months

Sunday 21st April
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RATATTAK said:
ess said:
Regularly spotted in The Cut, Waterloo.
Lovely little bit of Gallic goodness.

S

Oooooo, those shut gaps !
It's like a low budget transformer!