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    Amazing collection of classics!Great shots and video,Thanks for sharing.


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    why was all the cars left there. does anyone know. some crackers there too. and nice video and pictures

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry1987 View Post
    why was all the cars left there. does anyone know. some crackers there too. and nice video and pictures
    I believe it used to be an executive saloon company where you can hire a car for weddings, meetings, etc but the company went bankrupt, or something like that.
    When the going gets tough - the tough get going.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh Jorgan View Post
    I believe it used to be an executive saloon company where you can hire a car for weddings, meetings, etc but the company went bankrupt, or something like that.
    So what's going to happen to them now any ideas I wouldn't mind seeing if any going up for sale that one in the trailer looks decent always liked that one can't remember the name of it now but was a 3.0 litre if I mind correctly

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    I think they are all well fooked now, been there many years. This place was a cracking hotel and beautiful wedding venue many years back.

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    Yea they all looked fooked bar one in trailer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry1987 View Post
    So what's going to happen to them now any ideas I wouldn't mind seeing if any going up for sale that one in the trailer looks decent always liked that one can't remember the name of it now but was a 3.0 litre if I mind correctly

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    XJS and a bit bigger than 3 litre too!

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    Good shots, shame its had so much vandalism this year
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