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Marc
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A guy my mate works with in Aus has a garden full of old VW's like the the Cossie thread recently posted. What is the point! either, sell or scrap:



Pics are small but you get the idea

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they're not rusty ffs, they're modified scene look. get a grip marc. show stoppers right there.
Marc
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link the cossie thread...?
Marc
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Can't find it, but it looks like the above.
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When I have a house, my garden is going to end up pretty similar. Like the hoarder guy, there's something responsible and upstanding about retaining bits of history.


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quote:
Originally posted by Ian
When I have a house, my garden is going to end up pretty similar. Like the hoarder guy, there's something responsible and upstanding about retaining bits of history.


10 years time everyone will wonder wtf happend to Ian Griffiths, unknowen to them your stocked up on everything living alone smelling like cat piss

[Edited on 15-01-2012 by RCoughtrie]
Marc
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With a generator and vege patch.
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Cossie thread?


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Marc
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Found it by Googling it. It is in Sweden:

http://index.hu/gal/?dir=totalcar/blogok/belsoseg/2009/07/cosworth/&currpic=http://m.blog.hu/be/belsoseg/image/omm_cosworth/20090520344%2520%284%29.jpg

Was posted a few months back.
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That Cossie one
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i want the mk1....the fastback....the notchback......and the beetles......bastard!
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them poor cossies what a waste
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the money sitting in thats guys garden could sell them make so much but what a waste of cars
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Well I've been and taken my own pics, speechless really wasn't the word for why and to me what seemed a waste. It turns out the guy lives in the brick shed in the same yard!











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My boos just bought his new VW project, pulled from a forest in switzerland (IIRC)



its one of 50 (again IIRC) barn door type.

This is his other one he imported from california.



few weekends and some work later it now stands as

Marc
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Nice. I doubt the guy who owns all the above will ever restore his!
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Best thing for them. Let them rot.
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road trip anyone to sweden go over in a couple of 50 cars and maybe leave them there
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Christ Nismole what a turnaround!!
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Shame but the one with the fords is a lot harder for me to take in :-(!! What a waste! I wonder if the owner knows the value of them nowadays...? If only they were in the UK, aye!
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im sorry but if i stayed along the road from that boy in the cossie thread id of trailerd one of them away bt now fuck him not like hes even going to notice haha what a waste
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I want a WW2 era beetle specifically the one that was outside the Reich Chancellery at the of the the battle of Berlin
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Thats awesome! How come he has no interest in selling? Dry imports like those bays can still fetch a few grand each an there's a big demand for them!

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