Pictures to make us smile.

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UHR850
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Re: Pictures to make us smile.

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:D Great toys from the past :P Not mine, just took the picture last year on the Beaulieu Auto Jumble.
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UHR850 wrote:
Wed Jul 08, 2020 3:30 pm
:D Great toys from the past :P Not mine, just took the picture last year on the Beaulieu Auto Jumble.
Perfect lockdown toy - just don't scratch anything ;-)

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Re: Pictures to make us smile.

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No Litter on the Street .. location obvious its not in the UK :roll:

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Polarsilver wrote:
Fri Jul 10, 2020 9:44 pm
No Litter on the Street .. location obvious its not in the UK :roll:
How right you are, the country is becoming a tip.
People seem to be lazy, no pride, no self respect
Rant over.

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What do we know about this ?
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We know its cool.

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Cool yes .. Until he tries to go around a Corner or go up a Hill :roll:

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Polarsilver wrote:
Tue Jul 14, 2020 7:42 am
Cool yes .. Until he tries to go around a Corner or go up a Hill :roll:
Seems to have a Danish registration - i.e. there is no such thing as "corners" or "uphill" in "Flatland" :lol:
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The Danish one is believed to be home-made. There was a similar British conversion though, PR pic below. Unfortunately I have very little information.
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