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Andrew_Hurley 12 71 73 United Kingdom
19 May 2010 1:14PM
A whiskey van I must confess I've never seen one of those before. It's a little tight in the frame but I think I understand why you've done that, probably due to the distractions around it. Does this date back to the 1960's? SOme people may find a description helpful.

What's the difference between Irish Whiskey and Scottish Whisky?.....The letter 'E' of course.


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LACOUPE 10 4 United Kingdom
19 May 2010 10:34PM
Thanks Andrew for your comment. Agree tight in frame because of the surroundings that its placed in. I am not too sure if it dates back to the 1960's. You probably know it's a Voltswagon. But no doubt been painted and signed and placed outside this Irish bar in Portugal. (once its road life came to an end) - I guess it's to there to get the feel that you are in a Real Irish Bar.

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