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user75204

Member since Mar 2017 • Last active Sep 2020
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    I've been putting some miles on my 753 Merckx. First bike I've ever owned with downtube shifters and toe clips and straps, which I'm still getting used to, but its such a smooth ride, and in the sunshine was getting lots of love out on the road.

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    Excellent, that would make a great exhibition, and T-shirts as @nankatsu says.

    I saw this in Brixton graffiti pit last year

    ...which was of course a reproduction of this flyer from Aug 1992.

    I was not there but was making boxes elsewhere at the time. Wow 1992, I feel old.

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    Eclectic mix of spots again this week, a 1934 Rolls. Nice to see one not on wedding duty and running boards are always cool. It looks like it was styled, and then someone said 'where's the luggage go?...ah shit, we'll just bolt a chest on the back, no one will notice'.


    Nicest Alfa Spider I've seen in ages, loving the green exterior and black interior combo.

    And this is another addition to my niche collection of rear light porn :)
    A 1972 Cadillac deville, 7.7 litre V8 barge. I'd love one of these converted to electric, maybe not a daily driver in London tho.


    And this last one is straight into the anti-porn rear light category. Nice 1600 GT Capri, car looks great from the front/side, but what the hell happened to the rear lights, looks like some old American cars lights or some old Datsun cluster just slapped on, lob on lost.

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    Wow excellent, that sounds hella fun.

    And another uber cool treat spotted today. I've never seen one of these in the wild before, its bloody massive, so wide, burble like an approaching earthquake, and the interior, colour and condition are amazing.

    Along with that gold Alfa Montreal I saw a few months ago this is in the top 2 coolest cars I've seen this year/ever. A 1976 3.9 litre V12 Lamborghini Espada.

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    A coupe of sexy old Italian's spotted today. A excellent condition 328 GTS, one of the best looking Ferrari's ever IMO. Was parked in front of a modern Ferrari which is no doubt a better car in every way, apart from the looks. Confirmed by the 328 getting much more attention from passers by.


    And a lovely little Alfa Giulia Super also in great condition.

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    Throwback Thursday. Rover SD1 EFi, the plush Vanden Plas V8 model. For a 1985 Rover it looks in amazing condition, I stared in disbelief....and in black it looks great.

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    Spotted a nice Sunbeam Alpine hardtop today.

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    Now you don't need to worry about getting blood stains out of your kit after those away day stabbings and kickings.

    Needs potato shopping to Fly Belter.

    #bantz

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    Love that, balls of steel and stylish. Huge drops offs, full chat driving one handed, opposite lock into the blinding sun using his other hand as a sun visor, what a fucking Don.

    One of the most comedy rear spoilers I've ever seen too.

    Proper eclectic mix of wheels spotted around Streatham. First up I'm now seeing different models of Ford Galaxie's everywhere, and this one looks like its just driven straight off the set of Miami Vice. Peppermint green with a dark green vinyl roof sounds bloody ridiculous, but its kind of pulling it off. Also more rear light porn, all old Galaxie's I've seen have super cool rear lights. Love the wheels too.


    I've never seen one of these before, old school British camper, a Morris A60 with a pop up roof. Love the two tone colour scheme and the kink in the chrome down the side, also featuring eyelids and rust.


    And finally a 1930's Fiat 508S on the back of a truck. Gutted I couldn't get a pic from the front, but the truck is an Alfa Romeo! I looked it up afterwards and its a Alfa Romeo A12. Alfa rescue trucks seemed a brave choice, I assume they made an A13 model for towing the A12 when that broke down.

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