Whatsthisthen?.

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Re: Whatsthisthen?

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Gosh that's a big pair [emoji4]

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Yet another of those absolutley astounding, "what are the chances of that happening" type of unbelievable coincidence whats on the cover of the current issue of Pilot magazine.......

....The Bristol Blenheim of course

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not to be confused with.....

....The Bristol Blenheim of course

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Just to clear up the other sparetyrewhatsthisthen? here's a view from the front. headlights behind the grille for streamlining purposes.

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headlights behind the grille for streamlining purposes, bit like this offering from Peugeot

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healey silverstone????

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Spot-on Malcolm. There was one other unusual location spare wheel puzzle, but looking back over the thread it would have been
far too easy for you!

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Re: Whatsthisthen?

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Nice suspension struts....but remember that could be your Mum !

?? WHY would anybody think you could sell that with a Sexy advert....gobbie looking thing

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Stickyfinger wrote: gobbie looking thing
what the young lady or the car #-o :-D :lol: :rofl2: :rofl2: :wink:

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i did actually cheat Neil, i looked at image source info :o :o :-D :wink:

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Malcolm Its no holds barred with the Whatsthisthen? for me so image source info, google image search or whatever are legitimate tools.

As is a bit of skullduggery on the images, by disguising the source like this one

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looks like the front-view shot gave it away though

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Re: Whatsthisthen? Tintin Special

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I like a bit of "ligne claire" Here are a few cars that have appeared in Herge's Adventures of Tintin, plenty more where thes came from. Hopefully not too difficult.

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for British Car aficionardos L'ile Noire is the particular adventure of Tintin for you.

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I always suspected the continentals had a guilty passion for these

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and looks like George Gently has just exited stage right on this one

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NewcastleFalcon wrote: Image
The age of glamour. When women not only looked like women but dressed so. When stockings and suspenders were worn underneath the skirt to be used when a girl wanted some attention, not as now where they are worn in full glare and the attention is expected.

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Re: Whatsthisthen? June 2015-Tintin cars

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So you think you know your Citroens?

Whatsthisthen, have you got one, and if you have, have you ever used it?

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Re: Whatsthisthen? June 2015-Tintin cars

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I did have one in an 02 reg Picasso, and I did use it. Was handy to keep the kids stuff all in one place and not all over the boot.

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Re: Whatsthisthen? June 2015-Tintin cars

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Well done Davie.....I have just acquired one too.....attached to a 2002 Xsara Picasso 2.0HDi as well! Our summer camping car project. Like the way all the rear seats come out in a matter of seconds, leaving a cavernous space for your "stuff".

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Re: Whatsthisthen?

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I liked my Picasso. I bought it brand new, then it was a victim of the first wife and me separating. It would actually be a good car for me nowadays, with my mobility problems. Even though it's too big for just me!