My favourite car sticker

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Re: My favourite car sticker

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This is seen by the drivers I am passing :P

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When you have too many stickers and not enough cars... ;)

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Those who have rallied a Mini will understand the home-made sticker on the back window of my old rally Cooper S back in the 1970's.

"Happiness is a dirt road".

P.S. Substitute unmade, gravel, icy or another word for dirt if that suits your location. In Australian unmade gravel roads are usually just called dirt roads.
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Found a couple of these in a drawer the other day, they always made me smile ;-) You can still get a version of them.



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Sorry not a very clear image of my favourite stickers from my retirement challenge.IJ + JCG World championship 59/60 sticker :D .
During my visit to Mini 40 I discovered "The Italian Job charity event" and entered for the Millennium Run in 2000, taking part in an ex John Cooper Garages Ltd 12" wheeled demonstrator which I acquired as the 2nd private owner in March 2000. Still have it having taken part in 2nd IJ event in 2001 after taking it on a 3 week tour of Ireland that year and then converting it to MSA Endurance Spec to take part in the 2004 Lombard Revival Rally.
I did mean to sell it after the IJ events - honest. Still love it as it was built after May 1997 as an Mpi. Still has current MOT bit more a personal man cave exhibit. :lol:
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WMU 211G wrote: Thu Mar 28, 2024 8:23 pm When you have too many stickers and not enough cars... ;)


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I know what you mean. If only I had enough minis.
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I'm looking for another tool box to fit more stickers :lol: !!!!!!!!.................
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Here’s a blast from the past that you don’t see anymore, which was on my 1275S after an engine rebuild in 1980.
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641071S wrote: Sun Mar 31, 2024 9:51 pm Here’s a blast from the past that you don’t see anymore, which was on my 1275S after an engine rebuild in 1980.

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My granddad had one of those in the back of his morris minor.. underneath he wrote ‘running out.. pass if you can’!
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twc641 wrote: Sun Mar 31, 2024 7:46 pm I'm looking for another tool box to fit more stickers :lol: !!!!!!!!.................ToolBox1.jpg

You and 63monte need medical help!

My 'I say Ding Dong' shopping basket is up to about £300 worth of orders.... :lol:
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