breakdown truck

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Re: breakdown truck

#3071 Post by Dick » Mon Jun 15, 2020 8:13 pm


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#3072 Post by Dick » Tue Jun 16, 2020 4:27 pm


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Re: breakdown truck

#3073 Post by Dick » Tue Jun 16, 2020 4:29 pm


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Re: breakdown truck

#3074 Post by JPB » Tue Jun 16, 2020 8:34 pm

Hmm, the white K11 looks better, but who's to say that the red one isn't in fact the more honest car as, along its G-Wizz lookalike flanks at least the joins can be seen, the white one could be hiding a whole world of trouble. IMHO, both of the things should be turned into cubes immediately and no, I'm not referring to Nissan's inferior Toyota bB clone but to the sort of geometric qualities displayed by something that's just been spat out by a crusher!

Therefore, your best course of action is to keep your money under the mattress for now, or buy whatever it was that was there when I clicked on the FB link this morning, but isn't "available in my country" now. :evil: I'm pretty sure that the missing object was some form of cocktail cabinet fashioned from the case of a speed camera, or was it a fridge? No? Maybe it was a replica of Doctor Who's mechanical dog, K9, a weirdly prophetic designation for a robot that bore such a remarkable resemblance to an earlier and vastly more desirable generation of Nissan's small hatchback. (Have you seen the new Micra? It's suffering from "reverse TARDIS syndrome", so much bigger on the outside yet room inside only suitable for people with very short or entirely missing legs).

There we are then. Keep on posting them and I - along with GHT of course - will probably keep on trying to pull you out of the inferno by the ankles. :lol: ;)
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"Home is where you park it", so the saying goes. That may yet come true.. :oops:

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Re: breakdown truck

#3075 Post by Dick » Tue Jun 16, 2020 8:51 pm

It was a punch fountain.. very popular here at parties and weddings.. its a brilliant idea until I got drinking with a Tahitian soldier who made rambo look like a midget.. he carried me home over his shoulder..
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https://m.ebay.co.uk/itm/Nissan-Prairie ... cvip-panel

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Re: breakdown truck

#3076 Post by JPB » Tue Jun 16, 2020 9:13 pm

Nowt to be ashamed of mate, we've all been carried home by extra large members of other countries' armed forces at one time or another. :P
Looking at the Prairie, it's been off the road for five years because it failed its last MOT on rather a lot of rusty bits, but it's not been shortened or otherwise completely ruined so not all bad then. So not bad in fact, that the listing had been ended early when I looked, so maybe someone beat you to it. You have my commiserations on your sad loss. Or you dodged a bullet, either way we shall never know. :( :scared:
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Re: breakdown truck

#3077 Post by Dick » Fri Jun 19, 2020 2:53 pm

Id like to say it was a night to remember but all i recall is a massive hangover the following day and my kids saying " i think dad is dead " :oops:
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