Another reason to drive a "bus" into work

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montreal's picture

Re: Another reason to drive a "bus" into work

Did you ask him if what engine was fitted. These were fitted with various petrol and the 617 turbo diesel at some stage. I had a huge model of it when I was about 5. The memory and the love of Mercs has stuck with me ever since. So cool.

alastair.purcell's picture

Re: Another reason to drive a "bus" into work

 

Looks like it might have been this one with the rotary engine.

Same number plate? > http://we.tl/MRSDlPyVGu <

 

alastair.purcell's picture

Re: Another reason to drive a "bus" into work

I'd like to say [a] or maybe even [b] - but the truth is [c].

Couldn't stop myself!

 

a] I've fitted a Beta version of the TATA remote drive. Enabling me to race the old diesel car next to me from the lights while watching the action from the sidelines.

b] No remote drive. But we were both on out way to the press launch for Chris Evans taking over Top Gear.

c] At the lights on my way home when I looked at the car that had pulled up next to me......... and thought, "I can't miss that chance. It must be illegal to abandon a vehicle  just outside Parliament, but nobody with a heart would fine me."

 

Spider1V's picture

Re: Another reason to drive a "bus" into work

two very rare cars- though I have to ask who was driving the G? Did you stop them and jump out to take the pic? LOL

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markhowes's picture

Re: Another reason to drive a "bus" into work

Oh really Spider1V - it's obvious isn't it:-

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/11678043/Watch-the-Land-Rover-you-can...

Do you mean you haven't got one of these?

 

IanA2's picture

Re: Another reason to drive a "bus" into work

There are two clues Spider.

1. Empty driver seat in G

2. Grinning driver of C111

 

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Roly's picture

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Great photo!