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Sunday, 15 November 2015

Just a Minor purchase....

     Well I have been a tad busy of late at the Fun Factory so not much time for posting but just thought that I would share a minor purchase that I made this weekend upon the dreaded Ebay.....



     .....now all I have to do is name the little lady.

Til the next time take care,

John

33 comments:

  1. Erm, do you mean the car or the post woman??!!! What are you going to call the little lady??!!!!πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  2. Love it ! *
    It is hard naming cars ... I don't have one for mine .
    Enjoy!
    Bron * *

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  3. Lovely purchase, my Dad had one with a split windscreen, I wish we still had it.

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  4. Very nice and two tone too! but is that rust I see?

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    1. Bloody Hell Sue, lucky to see anything but rust ;-)

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  5. O Wonderful little car, a gem of a vehicle ! Is it a three speed gear box or a four John ?

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    1. It be a four speed Mel, lots to do on it but should have hours of fun and a fair few road trips in it ;-)

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  6. That would be a bugger to get into an envelope

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    1. Depending upon the size of the envelope Simon ;-)

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  7. An absolute classic car - lucky you! - nice one John xxx

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  8. For those of us across the pond, what's the make?

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    1. Tis a Morris Minor my good man, affectionately known as a 'Moggie thou'

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  9. Well, that looks like a fun purchase! Congratulations!

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    1. Thanks Jennifer, hopefully will be loads of fun :-)

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  10. Fabulous car, and such style! Any car that has plugs, a distributor, and a rotor arm, gets my vote. I can't stand these bloody modern jobs that can only be fixed by a pro.

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    1. Exactly why I bought in my good man, back to proper driving.

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  11. Very nice. As long as she is sea worthy, the prettiness can come later.

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    1. We'll see on Saturday if she floats, picking her up and driving her straight for an mot, fingers crossed :-(

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  12. She's lovely! The name that popped in my head when I was reading about her and looking at the comments was Madge.

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  13. Hmm, I made a comment yesterday, but don't see it, so at the risk of repeating myself....

    She's a beauty! The name that came to me as I read what you wrote and what was in the comments was "Madge."

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    1. Ooops, Hi Megan please excuse my tardiness but time has been of short supply of late and I have left the blog alone a tad. Mmmm Madge eh? not sure I'm a Madge type guy ;-)

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  14. It is very important to name your car. My car is Trudy Belle. Bing's car is either Blackie or Speedy, she trades off. Liv's car is Pedro. As far as the woman in the photo, she looks like a Barbara to me. ; )

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    1. She is now called Rusty, I love Trudy Belle m'dear

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  15. She is wonderful - I love Moggies and have had two, a shiny black one and an Air Force blue one like yours. She was called 'Jemima' . . . .
    They have such a recognisable engine noise, don't they? That noise turns my head every time and I stare in envy as it goes past. Cars these days have no character and I have no thoughts on naming my present one, a 'Wicked Red' Berlingo, bought for the comfort of my dog.

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    1. Thank you and welcome Rambler.....the back seat will eventually become a bench for the dogs, and yes she oozes character unlike modern boxes.

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