Just a nice period picture

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WMU 211G wrote:
Fri Sep 04, 2020 4:36 pm

I watch far too much old telly.
I like watching The Sweeny. Still great after 40 years.
It's like what my painter friend Donald said to me
"Stick a fork in their ass and turn them over, they're done"

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surfblue63 wrote:
Fri Sep 04, 2020 6:37 pm
WMU 211G wrote:
Fri Sep 04, 2020 4:36 pm

I watch far too much old telly.
I like watching The Sweeny. Still great after 40 years.
It never gets old, despite the cloths and swearing...!

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Tony Allen who played Bill the driver died recently, before the Sweeney he appeared in loads of ITC stuff.
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:D FLIGHT :arrow:
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:D GTM 1967 :arrow: ever seen the other conversion :?:
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8-) It's not this one :arrow:
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There was one of those going around the Camborne Redruth area when I was a yoof :-)

Looked awful as I recall!

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Found this on another site . Longbridge ? or Cowley ?
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I'd guess Longbridge because of all the A40s in the picture
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A swinging looking Toyota 2000GT parked up in swinging London in '68, the Woodie across the road looks like it might have stick on wickerwork panels on the back half....
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