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    Nice one! Blimey he does love his Toyotas! :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bones out View Post
    Odd kind of place. The cars are about 20 years old but the house looks ruined for like 50. The padlock on the gate don't look to shabby eigher. I like it - a lot. Nice work mate.
    The first thing I looked at was the lock funnily enough.it's not as new as it looks
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    Would love to find this living in cambridgeshire myself ill be looking for them gates mikey!

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    Some information on the cars that may help date the propertys abandonment and status - the M Reg Previa has been out of MOT only since April 2012.

    Also, even though it is a 1994 Car, it was only registered for road use in 2005. Quite odd!

    Also it seem to still be on a SORN. So someone is keeping that rolling over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dead format View Post
    Some information on the cars that may help date the propertys abandonment and status - the M Reg Previa has been out of MOT only since April 2012.

    Also, even though it is a 1994 Car, it was only registered for road use in 2005. Quite odd!

    Also it seem to still be on a SORN. So someone is keeping that rolling over.
    Now that is odd.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dead format View Post
    Also, even though it is a 1994 Car, it was only registered for road use in 2005. Quite odd!
    I do not know what you are basing that on - The M prefix on a plate relates to Aug 1994 to Aug 1995. This vehicle is correctly registered for its year of manufacture and Sorn is a legal requirement if roadworthy - with or without MOT, if vehicle is not in a scrapped condition

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    well now then, I rather like that
    Zero reports, zero participation and then a PM asking for info tends to offend - I delete such PM's so don't waste your time.

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