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    Fancy driving the Road To Hell in Chris Rea's Land Rover?

    Will be interesting to see the hammer price


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    Ooooh, really???!! That's his vehicle?? It looks like a cracker. I reckon its provenance would definitely increase the price. I mean, I'd be more likely to buy it myself, if the chance came.

    What are they asking for it...??

    Now, I just have to go and listen to that track. I guess people notice the Rangey in the fillum-clip.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnno1969 View Post
    Ooooh, really???!! That's his vehicle?? It looks like a cracker. I reckon its provenance would definitely increase the price. I mean, I'd be more likely to buy it myself, if the chance came.

    What are they asking for it...??

    Now, I just have to go and listen to that track. I guess people notice the Rangey in the fillum-clip.....
    Whoops, I spoke too soon. I just looked at the link. 10 000 sounds pretty good.

    I wonder if it'd be any good on the beach....??????

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnno1969 View Post
    Whoops, I spoke too soon. I just looked at the link. 10 000 sounds pretty good.

    I wonder if it'd be any good on the beach....??????
    I guess it would be


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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnno1969 View Post
    Whoops, I spoke too soon. I just looked at the link. 10 000 sounds pretty good.

    I wonder if it'd be any good on the beach....??????
    I think you'd have "Nothing to Fear".
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    A bit to drive it home for christmas...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnno1969 View Post
    I wonder if it'd be any good on the beach....??????
    No worries at all,pic of the one in my sig on Fraser island early 70's

    We ended up leaving it, went fishing,then backed it out a couple of hours later when the tide had gone out further.


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    Quote Originally Posted by prelude View Post
    A bit to drive it home for christmas...
    On the way home you might drive through "Windy Town"?
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    Quote Originally Posted by prelude View Post
    A bit to drive it home for christmas...
    Yes, that's what they always say. I have a friend called Josephine from just south of Sheffield and she maintains that driving a Series One is heaven, often going on trips with her Irish housemate, Donohue. One day a while back, there was a bit of damage to one of the cars. The usual sort of thing: soft top, hard shoulder. They got out to fix Donohue's broken wheel and her housemate couldn't believe her eyes, crying "it's all gone". I don't know if it has been completely repaired yet, but, last I heard, the Stainsby girls were working on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnno1969 View Post
    Yes, that's what they always say. I have a friend called Josephine from just south of Sheffield and she maintains that driving a Series One is heaven, often going on trips with her Irish housemate, Donohue. One day a while back, there was a bit of damage to one of the cars. The usual sort of thing: soft top, hard shoulder. They got out to fix Donohue's broken wheel and her housemate couldn't believe her eyes, crying "it's all gone". I don't know if it has been completely repaired yet, but, last I heard, the Stainsby girls were working on it.
    I think you'd be a "Fool if you think it's over".
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