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Not the old Meanarina was it? That had a slope nose, wide rear wings and, I think, Mk2 Granny rear lights???
a friend of mine had a marina that had been extended at the front into a v type shape [not as horrible as it sounds lol] was blue with side pipes .. wonder if anyone remembers building it ?? someone somewhere would because there was a hell of a lot of good work on it.
thats a cool old van, looks cool on those wheels, heard the other day they might be re manufacturin' the slot mag, would be nice to see them back again....
Thats ace,a great find too,always good to see a 'survivor'
With the reg number,all i keep thinking is the saying...'the devil made me do it'
Good luck with the rebuild.
Lovley ol van, all the best with it
nice one ian, not many survivors of that era, always loved the one parked near streatham crash repairs ( reeds motors ? ) cant wack a good set of slot mags
Ace Al, thanks for posting it.
If you find more, please post them up, I have no pics of it at shows from back then, only the ones in the magazine feature.
Just found this Ian, took it at Garys Picnic in '85
exelent, been my age, never really got to see one in there day, i thought they had all been sent to the crusher, best of luck with it !!
As others said remember it from the first time round good luck with a cracking piece of Brit Custom history ,Cool lookin van Andy
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