Drew Pritchard - classic cars - mini pickup

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nick rogers
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Re: Drew Pritchard - classic cars - mini pickup

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In the interest of balance, isn't anyone going to speak up for the nasty little git ?

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Re: Drew Pritchard - classic cars - mini pickup

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I quite liked Salvage Hunters as mindless entertainment, and don't mind the ones about the restorers fixing stuff, but I have to agree, DP does seem to have rather taken his own hype to heart and become an enormous baw heid since the show began. You'd think he invented the words Patina and originality.

Is there anything he's not an expert in? well, if you know what he thinks he's talking about, yup, a lot of things it seems.

Still, it doesn't do to get too annoyed.

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Pandora wrote:
Thu May 21, 2020 5:49 pm
You'd think he invented the words Patina and originality.

He's re-invented the flat cap, don't you know.

I don't want to advertise so you'll have to look it up.
'ad a luv affair wiv Nina, in da back of my Cortina...

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Re: Drew Pritchard - classic cars - mini pickup

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I have never seen himself restore anything that he has supposed to have purchased ..be that a woodworm ridden decaying Mirror or any Classic Car... Someone else always seems to put in the needed Work effort :roll:
Having said this i did see two TV Cars at the Paintshop before they were Drew;d .. the BMW 2002 Touring also the NSU RO80 & both were nice cars in their original condition.

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nick rogers wrote:
Thu May 21, 2020 5:11 pm
In the interest of balance, isn't anyone going to speak up for the nasty little git ?
I have been trying to think of something to say along the lines you suggest....... :|

No. Can't think of anything positive so I'll just stay quiet.

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I did search for the "Drew Pritchard Fan Club" in the interest of balance - but I couldn`t find one :o , must of been typing in wrong things :lol:

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Re: Drew Pritchard - classic cars - mini pickup

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Old English White wrote:
Fri May 22, 2020 2:00 pm
nick rogers wrote:
Thu May 21, 2020 5:11 pm
In the interest of balance, isn't anyone going to speak up for the nasty little git ?
I have been trying to think of something to say along the lines you suggest....... :|

No. Can't think of anything positive so I'll just stay quiet.
There you go....thats the winner...hahaha. :lol:
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