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Postby so » Sat 13 Mar 2010 4:36 pm

Spotted outside the Queen Elanor in Northampton this morning, stunning!

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Postby mambo1982 » Sun 14 Mar 2010 4:03 am

so wrote:Spotted outside the Queen Elanor in Northampton this morning, stunning!

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B E A U T I F U L Arnt brush cutters illegal though for on road use :?
I know its on a carpark, but you aint telling me that persons gonna undo them to nip out :roll:
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Postby so » Sun 14 Mar 2010 1:38 pm

Not sure to be honest with you. Somebody sent me the photo, I didn't actually see it :cry:

Very nice looking motor though, and No I suspect they didn't take them off when they went out!
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Postby mat777 » Sun 14 Mar 2010 2:15 pm

I WANT I WANT I WANT!!!!!!!!

and yes, brush cutters are technically illegal as they also double up as pedestrian cutters. however, have you ever seen anyone stoppd for having them on?
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Postby mambo1982 » Sun 14 Mar 2010 4:10 pm

mat777 wrote:I WANT I WANT I WANT!!!!!!!!

and yes, brush cutters are technically illegal as they also double up as pedestrian cutters. however, have you ever seen anyone stoppd for having them on?


:? Hmmm, now that you mention it Matt, i cant say as i have seen any one pulled over with them, would'nt like to be slid up them at high speed though :shock: Presume they'd be a bit like a chees wire at speed :shock: :shock:
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Postby mat777 » Sun 14 Mar 2010 6:15 pm

This rather nice, pristine condition 110 tdi county was in the carpark at Morrisons in winsford today when I popped in

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I couldn't resist parking next to it (to the left). unfortunately it was still there when I left so my display of land rover club stickers in the back window went sadly unnoticed...
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Postby mambo1982 » Sun 14 Mar 2010 6:22 pm

Parked mine next to a D3 today whilst in Tesco's Carmarthen, they were loading when we returned to mine, they wernt over enthusiastic when i said hi, miserable Bas'tards!!!!!!!! Just because their's was shinyer than mine, they wer'nt in my opinion Landy nuts.......... They were just the Jones's in their Nice truck :evil:
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Postby JWL » Sun 14 Mar 2010 10:22 pm

I know it's a couple of days ago now but I spotted the silver Allisport 90 going round one of the roundabouts at Gloucester on the Cheltenham side. Love to swop the under bonnet gubbins on to mine, but we can only dream.
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Postby Si » Mon 15 Mar 2010 12:35 am

mat777 wrote:This rather nice, pristine condition 110 tdi county was in the carpark at Morrisons in winsford today when I popped in

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I couldn't resist parking next to it (to the left). unfortunately it was still there when I left so my display of land rover club stickers in the back window went sadly unnoticed...


Very nice 110.

Now perhaps they should learn how to park it....... :roll:
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Postby so » Mon 15 Mar 2010 12:38 am

simonmcghie wrote:
mat777 wrote:This rather nice, pristine condition 110 tdi county was in the carpark at Morrisons in winsford today when I popped in

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I couldn't resist parking next to it (to the left). unfortunately it was still there when I left so my display of land rover club stickers in the back window went sadly unnoticed...


Very nice 110.

Now perhaps they should learn how to park it....... :roll:


Why use one space when you can have two :roll:
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