Motoring horrors aka Edd wants

A couple from Spain. The Jag I thought had been used in an Expat ‘job’ like in the Business or Sexy Beast…


BP Station by Robert Seymour, on Flickr


Parking Lot by Robert Seymour, on Flickr

Missing a green for the EU shot, more wire

Ladies and gentleman, the Rinspeed Chopster.

Where someone saw a Cayenne and decided it needed a bit more PT Cruiser.

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:grimacing::grimacing:

Also available in orange.

Just in case the original wasn’t already fugly enough… :nauseated_face:

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I fucking love these. Have worked on and driven a '100… :sunglasses:

P5B coop or go home.

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This.

This one is even the same colour scheme as the one I had many years ago, but much much nicer. :heart_eyes:

A gentleman could wear his trilby as he drove. String backed gloves.

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Simply gorgeous.

Called into a farm shop / cafe on the way home today and found this parked. Austin Champ, same as 4 of us drove out to Istanbul and back in '71. Had a chat with the owner, who has recently bought it.

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Having owned a couple……most definitely the P5b :heart_eyes:

Noooo! Far too thuggish. And those rostyle wheels just don’t look right.

One does not require a V8; a gentleman never rushes!

If one must own a P5, there is nothing better than this:
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:star_struck:

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With the P5, there’s a fair gap between ‘rushing’ and ‘arriving at your destination in the same year as you set off.’

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A true gentleman’s car does however require engine power that can be appropriately described as “adequate”

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One finds this far too ostentatious! :peacock::peacock::peacock: