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Body shop, Limestone garrage, just total resprayed my MR2

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hi all wheres a good place to look for a austin a35 any one know

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Sold my 1962 Minor 100 to a person in Germany. Now have a 1934 Wolseley 9 saloon.

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What's the Wolsley like? I've been wondering about getting a pre-war car - a Morris Eight perhaps - but wonder if I'd actually drive it much.

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This is a genuine question.

 

My brother in laws car is a 1989 Honda Accord and its in good condition (looks like a 2005 year car).

 

Is it now classed as a classic, now its 20 years old? could it go on shows?

 

The car is used daily, but still in good nick

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some shows would be good, (when summer comes)

then i get to show my collection of cars off .

 

can take me dad wi u:)

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I've got a Wolseley 15oo, it needs doing up. I've got to have my knee replaced because I'm old and clapped out. Anyone want to buy?

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Hi for all Detailing needs and prestige valeting give me a call on the number below or visit the website.

 

Thanks

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Anybody out there own a beige 1959 Rover '60' registration VCG 704? Was my dad's then I rebuilt it and sold it around 1988/9?

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