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david leigh-smith said on October 19, 2018
You may as well call this series, ‘diorama bait for David’.
Evocative and thought provoking in equal measures.
Craig Abrahamson said on October 19, 2018
That VW reminds me of that Bonnie & Clyde thing. 🙁
I was going to say the same thing, Craig. Hellofanendtoamovie.
Stephen W Towle said on October 19, 2018
I’ve ridden in a few VWs in my time. Had a room mate that thought it was good fun to tap the brakes and watch my nose
touch the flat glass on the windshield. But, that Bug in the photo is only good for toy metal. I wonder what is left on the drivers side door…doesn’t look too pretty. It ain’t Dean Jones.
Rob Pollock said on October 19, 2018
I had a very close look at this. It’s actually a pile of clothes or other rubbish. There’s similar stacked nearby. It’s not a body, as far as I could tell.
Naturally if someone tells me otherwise I’ll take it down.
Pedro L. Rocha said on October 19, 2018
That Nashorn looks band new…there goes the weathering
Robert Royes said on October 19, 2018
The guys on Wheeler Dealers could restore the VW. Think that tank destroyer made it across that log bridge? #4
David Mills said on October 19, 2018
One careful owner,air conditioning, light weight body work…
Nice selection as usual Rob!
“Air conditioning” – comment of the month!
neil foster said on October 19, 2018
Great set ,is that Malta in the background in #2 ?
Yes, think so. Short runway though….
Craig Williams said on October 19, 2018
It looks like Valletta, Rob.
Peter Hausamann said on October 20, 2018
I like the bird having a drink.
The guys working on the tanks reminded me of my youth. Weekends were often spent doing field service on bulldozers.
Jim Harley said on January 23, 2019
If that VW still existed it would be worth a fortune as is. What a horrendous time in history.
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