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2 hours ago, ranworthbreeze said:

Might I suggest a nice Blue one:naughty:

Regards

Alan

In that case perhaps Robin should have a Landrover Bow-fender?

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2 hours ago, ranworthbreeze said:

Might I suggest a nice Blue one:naughty:

Regards

Alan

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Job done !:naughty:

cheersIain

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Iain, the fenders should be blue and hanging on by bits of rope and string!

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3 minutes ago, JennyMorgan said:

Iain, the fenders should be blue and hanging on by bits of rope and string!

JM, Robin is very good at that, I am sure he will manage fine adding them ! :naughty:  Thought I did well finding  a rust free Blue one! :party:

cheersIain

 

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7 minutes ago, BroadScot said:

 Thought I did well finding  a rust free Blue one! :party:

cheersIain

 

They are plastic Iain

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36 minutes ago, Bound2Please said:

They are plastic Iain

Errrr Charlie......Reliant Robin Mk I - 1973 - 1981 ... The vehicle had a complete glass-fibre body attached to a box steel chassis

cheersIain

 

 

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Re Robins.

As the chassis was generally triangular, the driver and passenger were partly sitting outside the chassis, making any impact with many objects quite fatal for the driver and or front seat passenger. No seat belts in those days either

Just for the record, In "Only fools and Horses" the car Delboy drove was NOT a Reliant Robin, it was the slightly larger Reliant Regal.

My parents bought a new blue one of those as my father could drive it on just a motorcycle licence, provided the reverse gear was disabled. 

How stupid was that, some larger motorbikes need reverse just to park them. This ruling was before any European legislation came into play.

PS can we have small medium and large bananas now, and all sizes in between.

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38 minutes ago, Viking23 said:

PS can we have small medium and large bananas now, and all sizes in between.

Your wish is granted, Richard! :naughty:

 

cheersIain

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42 minutes ago, Viking23 said:

PS can we have small medium and large bananas now, and all sizes in between.

You can have a square banana now if you wish.

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On 23/06/2016 at 3:44 PM, LondonRascal said:

I guess a good one for me would be RA53CAL :)

What about RA56AL`S.

 

It would be easy to find one for Karen, KAR3N, but for me it`s a lot more difficult, and i`ve not found one yet. I did find my initials NSL on a historic tractor at an agricultural show about 6-7 years back, but i doubt he`d sell it.

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I have recently seen a number of cars with NL56 etc, but i`d have to get a new one every year, as i`m now 58.

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Just a word of warning!

Please do not include any registration details of a vehicle that you currently own and more importantly the make, model and colour. 

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Alan 

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I really don't understand this passion for cherished number-plates. By and large they are completely meaningless to the majority of us. Okay, so one or two are clever and one or two are funny but other than that I really fail to see the attraction. Still, each to their own, great for the sellers. I once, luckily, bought an old banger for lugging garden waste & boating bits around, it had a number plate beginning with ALF so obviously the car was affectionately known as Alf. Cost me a ton, sold it for eight times that when it died, I may not understand the passion but I sure as heck appreciated it at the time! 

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In the late 60s I had an old Triumph TR2, number OOY 800.

Now I wish I'd kept the number plate - and the car too!

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14 hours ago, ranworthbreeze said:

Just a word of warning!

Please do not include any registration details of a vehicle that you currently own and more importantly the make, model and colour. 

Regards

Alan 

oooops...

best change my avatar thing then

cheersbar

 

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dont worry geoff no one wants a clapped out boxter only the bonnet badge lol

 

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Just wished in hindsight that I'd kept the registration number off the very first new car I ever bought ROO 900 K on a mini cooper, so easy to remember even now....... cant tell you the number of the Jag outside lol .............

Charlie

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Nearly made a mistake buying a plate for Kaz  2 years ago for her new car, there's more Kaz plates out there but couldn't tie one to her, missed one which made her surname. So new car 14 plate, Checking for hours came up with my name and hers with the 14 in it.

ST14KAZ   Bingo picked checked with a few of the family yip it's ok.

So I printed it off to show Kaz it was on my desk at work when a contractor said I like that.

STI 4 KAZ - well that saved me an ar$£ kicking I didn't even see that.

 

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And Caroles

leave that to your imagination but you know where ladies spend a lot of their time.

Often gets smiles and a thumbs up

:shocked:party: 

cheers

Ray & Carole

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