Landcrab with a difference

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Andrew1967
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Landcrab with a difference

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How about this .. seen on Faceache !

Apart from the wheels, I like it 8-)

Is it a photoshop thing tho :?



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Re: Landcrab with a difference

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It could be Andrew.......The dropglass on the other side still looks standard to me?
It would be one heck of a job to actually build that wouldn't it :shock:
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This came up when I googled the number plate.

https://www.google.com/search?q=%22bi+9 ... 60&bih=520
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Re: Landcrab with a difference

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So it is a photoshop job one Per ... a Ute / panel van conversion .

Even so, the concept looks great IMO ;)
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I think so Andrew. I like it too, also the van. Even more if it had wheels and a colour from the 70s :)
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Austin 1800 Coupe Continental GT eh Andrew? 8-)
Maybe Dr. Mabo will build one for his next project??
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