Drew Pritchard - classic cars - mini pickup

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Drew Pritchard - classic cars - mini pickup

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Anyone see it ? Quest 9pm last night (Weds 29th April).

I didn't really like the final result, but I guess you could take that tool box out, remove the flag and have a reasonable looking car.

I don't know of anyone who likes the Union Flag on the back ?

The car has been on sale for months on their Ebay site for £19k with no takers.

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I watched it and didn't like the finished car and as its still for sale I assume no one else did either. As he said in the programme it was more of a goodwood pit crew toy really. I love the colour they painted the car but think they should have gone darker with the cover. The other car featured was a cracker.

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IF you needed a Paddock Truck, you would prep your Mini Pick Up just the same as "Woodie" .. Topless with just a cover then he can prepare a meal on the gas stove + the beer crates & also have spare room should any girls want to get in the back .. Colin has been there and done that for much less money ;)

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I always watch and cringe at this program. Sometimes they do the right thing, but sometimes Drew Pritchard make a good project go wrong.

Did you see the mess he made of that MG TD and the Alpine.

And as for the Mini Pickup, but the cover was the wrong colour and looked too small, the Union flag was horrid, that brass gauze was useless, the tool box was a waste of time, the alloy style Cooper wheels were nasty, I didn't much like the colour and were did they find that crappy steering wheel? They would have been better off spending some money on the engine, running gear and cab interior than doing most of what they did.

That bloke should keep his ideas to himself.
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Without even seeing it they won’t get £19k for it, way overpriced for a pick up. Any pick up around that figure just doesn’t sell.

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If anyone is any good with photoshop, try adding this to this !
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Boobies and bacon

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Colin.. Hmmm very tasty. :D

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Barbies round the Bar-B-Q
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That is absolutely mint !!!!

They are obviously admiring my baps.

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