Titzon Toast Registered User
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This breaks my heart every time I see it.
It hasn't moved in the two years since I've come across it, I dare say it hadn't budged for five years before that.

red sean Registered User
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Titzon
This breaks my heart every time I see it.
It hasn't moved in the two years since I've come across it, I dare say it hadn't budged for five years before that.


What does?
No pic showing for me.

fancy pigeon Registered User
#4,488

red sean said:
What does?
No pic showing for me.


1987 Mercedes 260E, sitting years

whisky_galore Registered User
#4,489

Breaks my heart every time I pass it. Not a lot of these left as far as I know.

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whisky_galore said:
Breaks my heart every time I pass it. Not a lot of these left as far as I know.



That's been out in the elements for at least the last 10 years, possibly longer. I believe it to be connected with the manager of a certain transport "museum" who needs no mention...

whisky_galore Registered User
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burnsey1987 said:
That's been out in the elements for at least the last 10 years, possibly longer. I believe it to be connected with the manager of a certain transport "museum" who needs no mention...


Yes, aware there was some sort of a squabble back years ago, yet a piece of Irish transport history rots into the ground.

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neris Registered User
#4,492

Spotted this in Brooklyn a few weeks back sitting outside a garage under the Brooklyn bridge. They had a few other oldies up on racks inside the garage that looked like doer uppers



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neris Registered User
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2 Old Volvo 740s my father in law bought few years back as scrap cars. Managed to strip parts of 1 and and get the other one up and running. For some reason he took the engine out last year a nd hasn't bothers puting it back in so car is now rotting away under the trees while the engine suits close by under plastic sheeting





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Testacalda Registered User
#4,494

Hillman Imp abandoned in a back garden in Lusk, snapped it this morning while walking by

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SmartinMartin Registered User
#4,495

Beara peninsula today. Poor old thing is at an abandoned house, will probably still be there in 20 years time.

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Nekarsulm Registered User
#4,496

Military bumpers, capstan winch, safari roof, galvanised rack, its amazing no one has either rescued or "liberated" that one.....

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w124man Registered User
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Nekarsulm said:
Military bumpers, capstan winch, safari roof, galvanised rack, its amazing no one has either rescued or "liberated" that one.....



As you can see, it is securely tied down

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Kat1170 Registered User
#4,498

Thought this belonged here


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tabby aspreme Registered User
#4,499

Stiletto Imp, in Castledermot, sitting there 25 years at least

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rugbyman Registered User
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hello tabby, do you know any thing about it? have all enquirers been chased away, second question, is it irish reg ?

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