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I'm on a bit of a roll with this scanning malarky, hope you enjoy 'em.
MILLWALL, can't remember the host club, sorry.

Our own Jumpin' Jims Consul


V6 Mk1 Escort owned by Dave "The Hair" from the Morons.


The Sweeney.


John Claydons Mr Muscle.








Honda 750FOUR powered trike owned by a mate of mine, had a very narrow Mk2 Consul axle. Last I heard it's up North owned by Malc Brown, one time owner of Henry Hirise.


Alan Lamberts blown V6 Cortina pick up.

RIVERSIDE STREET CRUISERS

Lil' Whopper & Mr Torquer


Mk1 Granada pick up [sort of]


Jon Pastors [?] Consul Capri.






Chopped Farnham.





WHEELSDAY



Eight Misbehavin'


Alan Lamberts again.








A couple from Jeff Beck.








Raspberry Tart.




Clive Miles' Change of Heart Rivierra.
 

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SOUTHERN NATIONALS BOVINGDON.









A FEW FROM THE POD.

Dave Warnes Vega panel.


Rampage.


Red Devil.




Early shot of Steve Greens Rover Mk1, look at the time posted in the window, it ended up a touch quicker than this!


Rampage against Sylvie Hauser.


Each time these went by our van they'd got an extra passenger.




Frenzy against Als Gasser.
 

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Hemi Bucket; MILLWALL said:
WOULD THE CLUB IN THE 1ST PICS BE THE IMPERIAL ROADSTERS?​

WHEELSDAY



The late Mick Cookes Camaro.

SORRY THATS NOT MICK COOKES CAMARO, THATS EIGHT MISBEHAVIN (IT SAYS IT ON THE PLATE) , MICK COOKES WAS (& STILL IS CALLED SILHOUETTE)

EXCELLENT PICS....:tup:​
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Bloody magnificent pic's Al,thanks for posting ,Bry
 

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Thanks for the kind words chaps. Imperial Roadsters doesn't ring a bell mate, I know the club was based around Deptford/Bermondsey ish.

I've always got Eight Misbehavin' & Mick Cookes Camaros muddled up for some reason, I've changed the caption, thanks.

I might scan some more over the weekend, my albums go back to around '75.
 

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Wow, what a collection. Thanks for posting.

Rog.
 

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Check out the 6 wheeler Transit in the background...there was a pic of this in a early Street Machine...may of had a straight 6 motor:?::?::?:​



Great pics thanks for putting them up for all to see:tup:
 

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Great pictures, thanks for putting them up.
Like the Granada coupe/pickup. Could that be Berpop in an early stle next to it?
Bob.




 

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Neat pics Al. Did ya spot the rare shot of Berpop in red 11th shot down :tup:
Bloomin' flip, thanks for the comments men, looks like I might be busy today then, warmer than the garage anyway!

I did see the edge of Geoff Kremers Pop Nick, forgot to mention it. I'll have to through my albums as there's a proper photo of it somewhere.

That's pretty cool having the door from Rampage Nige, I'll keep an eye out for more. I assume it got broken up then?
 

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Host club for the Millwall show was Valley Vans, think the head honcho was a guy by the name of Pete Cannon.
I think you're right Paul, I remember one of the leading lights had a blue '58 Chevy, ring any bells?
 

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Check out the 6 wheeler Transit in the background...there was a pic of this in a early Street Machine...may of had a straight 6 motor:?::?::?:​



Great pics thanks for putting them up for all to see:tup:
If that van is on Dutch plates it was John's from south London, There was a cut down G plan sideboard inside to hold the camping stuff......... saw it at the Fine City truck in in Norwich.... Dave.
 

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I've just zoomed in as best I could on the 6 wheeled Transit Dave, the front plate's white & a standard size, bigger than a Dutch one which I think are yellow.
 

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Hemi Bucket; MILLWALL said:
WOULD THE CLUB IN THE 1ST PICS BE THE IMPERIAL ROADSTERS?​

WHEELSDAY



The late Mick Cookes Camaro.

SORRY THATS NOT MICK COOKES CAMARO, THATS EIGHT MISBEHAVIN (IT SAYS IT ON THE PLATE) , MICK COOKES WAS (& STILL IS CALLED SILHOUETTE)

EXCELLENT PICS....:tup:​
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Mick East, still owns it, must have had it for 30 odd years now. It's dark blue these days and more of a race car, you'll see it at the track regularly.
 

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Mick East, still owns it, must have had it for 30 odd years now. It's dark blue these days and more of a race car, you'll see it at the track regularly.
GREAT TO HERE ANOTHER OLD CUSTOM IS STILL ROAMING THE STREETS, ANYONE GOT ANY BLUE PICS? (OOEERRR MATRON!)......:shock:​
 
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