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GeorgeP Plus
12 55 23 United States
11 Aug 2019 3:36AM
Look like a Citroen 2CV to me. Wonderful car - we had its larger brother, the Dyan 6 in southern Iran. Easy to maintain, reliable and fantastic suspension for desert roads. I'm not sure Boris, or our guy have any of the attributes of the original. Sad to see how these have been neglected.

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11 Aug 2019 4:24AM
The answer is 5. None of the Above...GrinGrinGrin...
11 Aug 2019 4:38AM
11 Aug 2019 6:38AM
The maroon car looks very sad with itís headlights looking down. I think all 4 options apply.
11 Aug 2019 6:41AM
If the UK ever 'leaves' John. Wink

mrswoolybill Plus
12 1.7k 2093 United Kingdom
11 Aug 2019 7:27AM
Or 5, some happy memories of days long ago. We had a model 2CV on our wedding cake. A souvenir of hitch-hiking round France as students.....
l`escargot rouge et blanc
saltireblue Plus
9 9.9k 36 Norway
11 Aug 2019 8:34AM
The state of vehicles waiting to be allowed into Britain after Brexit. Red-tape, paperwork and bureaucracy causing delays measured in years rather than days...
kaybee 15 6.8k 26 Scotland
11 Aug 2019 9:05AM
TrueRed 15
11 Aug 2019 11:11AM
All four
mistere Plus
6 4 3 England
11 Aug 2019 11:39AM
If £3 a month can help provide clean drinking water for an entire village or save the life of
a starving child. Imagine how many lives the scrap value of those two cars could represent.
Sorry, i know its supposed to be silly Sunday but, we've become such a wasteful society and
the gap between the have and the have not's keeps getting wider and wider. Greed and corruption
at the highest levels (Options 1 and 3) while so many poor souls are dying for the lack of bread and water.
On the other hand, the roads in rural Derbyshire are pretty dire.

JuBarney Plus
8 33 4 United Kingdom
11 Aug 2019 11:49AM
5. Lack of TLC as one has a flat tyre and the other needs a wash!

Robert51 11 7 90 United Kingdom
11 Aug 2019 12:01PM
The sad thing is most of us can remember when these were a must have trendy car.
You could take it all apart in about 30 minutes with only a socket set. The thing that stayed with me was the oil filter the size of a small baked beans tin.
Irishkate Plus
9 41 115 United Kingdom
11 Aug 2019 12:12PM
Happy hippy days.
dudler Plus
16 970 1532 England
11 Aug 2019 12:36PM
I suspect that the owner has dreams of getting at least one of these roadworthy, one day. our drive housed a gently-decaying Dolomite Sprint for several years before I saw sense and sold it to someone who actually wanted to get his hands oily and use bits of it to restore another one...
mac Plus
18 3 Scotland
11 Aug 2019 2:28PM
They look down on their uppers so would suggest option 3. The front car looks as if set-up for downhill roads!
11 Aug 2019 2:41PM
Hahaha... yes you can ask Smile

Arne Smile
Maiwand 12 3 73 England
11 Aug 2019 3:59PM
I hope the answer is No1.
Lets start talking up 2,3, and 4 for a change and stop jumping on the fashionable bandwagon of Bash Boris.
Seems to me there is a much rosier aroma there than around the Corbyn Cabal.
Maiwand 12 3 73 England
11 Aug 2019 4:01PM

Quote:The maroon car looks very sad with itís headlights looking down. I think all 4 options apply.

dudler Plus
16 970 1532 England
11 Aug 2019 5:31PM
I've been on that particular bandwagon since before it was fashionable, Ron. And I think it's time we looked beyond the two biggest parties: Jo Swinson seems untainted by the shenanigans of the last few years.
11 Aug 2019 9:12PM
I'm going for No 3. I rest my case.
pablophotographer 8 1.3k 353
12 Aug 2019 11:43AM
Fine shot dudler.
It awakens my nostalgia for film...

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