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Spot of the Day Part 2

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This afternoon I saw a mid-1970s Kawasaki 2-stroke triple in lime green . Didn't get close enough to read the badges , but I think it was a 250 . Made enough noise to wake the dead . 

Just a minute later I saw one of those dreadful MZ 250s , also from the 1970s 

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Classic car show on the A12 N today. I clocked a MkII Consul in white, A Morris 1100 in beige/grey and a Black Triumph Vitesse ragtop.

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Spotted last Thursday, A Honda CB400F, possibly dark blue.

Looked in pretty good nick.

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Early this morning, Westbound on the A17 an Austin Seven two seater special.

It was dwarfed by the artic stuck behind it.

And, if you know where the Grain brewery is, (just off the A143)

then a couple of houses away I saw a lovely boat tail Riley.

A two seater in polished aluminium.

Oh, and near Boston, TWO chickens waiting to cross the road!

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4 hours ago, Pete in Lincs said:

Oh, and near Boston, TWO chickens waiting to cross the road!

 

Why?

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11 minutes ago, keefr22 said:

 

Why?

Was it a dual carriageway?

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35 minutes ago, elderly said:

Yesterday afternoon in Aylesbury- an F40 with the number plate MY F40.

Illegally spaced number plates are one of my biggest hates . Anybody caught with them should have their car crushed .

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On the way to the model club last night I saw a beautiful 1966 Jaguar S-type in Golden Sand with chrome wires . 

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Love popping in and out of this thread now I have a decent phone might even be able to post a few pics of anything unusual on the road up here,

my eldest lives in a gated tree lined  street(not as posh as it sound's) and a good half dozen resident's car's are rotting away daily there's a strange little van

that has really gone back to nature over the last year or so which I finally found out is one of these

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nissan_S-Cargo

I'll post a pic next time I'm down there.

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On 13/08/2018 at 18:04, Pete in Lincs said:

Oh, and near Boston, TWO chickens waiting to cross the road!

Must be a Lincs thing Pete I was down on the coast last week and two Swan's and five Cygnet's crossed in a line holding up the traffic,if only they had been

Pelican's!

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I've had a think about the two chickens.

Maybe one was egging the other on...

:coat:

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1 hour ago, Pete in Lincs said:

I've had a think about the two chickens.

Maybe one was egging the other on...

:coat:

 

That's a pretty poor yolk...

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Veering back on topic - lovely red M reg Mk2 MR2 & a tatty old E reg Renault 5 today. Also saw an immaculate looking Peugeot 306, not exactly a classic but I can't remember the last time I saw one - or one of the other two either!

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I did see a mk1 MR2 the other week.

Today as I drove past Scampton there was a Humvee waiting to get out.

Canvas tilt on the back and no doors. Crew in Camo's.

Monday just up the A15 from there I saw a large American truck

in military green towing a trailer and both carrying large straw bales.

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