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MrPea

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Oh dear... hope all livestock is ok; hate beef over cooked!
All humans are fine and no people have lost their homes. The barns are for crops, not livestock, so again, no animals intentionally housed have been harmed. I cannot confirm that the likes of mice are unharmed.
 

Wanderer

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Nyhaven! Spent many a night there, Royal palace nearby, also the Tesla dealership who let me have a Model S for a day to myself. Got in it, 0-60 in 3 secs, total silence, all the toys, no real ICE as such, a 3/4G sim with a Spotify-for-life sub., what's not to like?

After an hour I was bored with it, whereas the QP5 I still look forward every morning even though the DS clutch/box is a ***** till it warms up.

That's just the way it is...
 

Wack61

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I think the Silver Shadow looks so much nicer than the modern versions.
A bit of love and that could be a nice car.
Agreed , I saw a guy in a 18 plate one a few days ago , it couldn't look more ostentatious if they'd found a way to hang a gold neclace round it.

Bentleys however look much more of a gentleman's car

Anyway 60140

Boot sale yesterday I saw 3 small picture frames , picked them up asked the guy what he wanted for them, he took them off me,looked at them and said 50p each

There's just no helping some people , they're just born thick and that's it
 

philw696

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These photos support my view about style and art, open the engine bay of a Ferrari or Alfa and you get a work of art. Do the same on a Porsche and you get function and no style.
Totally agree Andy.
To even see the engine on my Boxster you have to remove loads and then doesn't look pretty.
Saving Grace is she goes well and sounds nice wound up.
 

rs48635

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Wow! Is the masking tape;
  1. structural. holding the glass in
  2. decorative. Marco & giusseppe
  3. functional - sunshade (removed interior sun visors)
 

Hurricane52

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Seeing as how Phil liked the photo of the Dino I did... I was back there again today, this time deliberately with my wide angle lens.
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When I was eight I used to go round to my “girlfriend’s” house in Northamptonshire, not to see her, but to stare at her Dad’s light metallic blue Dino in his garage. I guess that’s where it all started for me...