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    GaryLC
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    Love the collection of cars, my choice would be Corvette or Thunderbird.
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    Gary Steam Marine, the only way to go.
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    Thank you Nerys😊
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    Cashrc
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    Nice Rover, that is a sweet car!
    Can’t have the Stude, sorry. I can’t even mention trading her lest my wife and daughter get up in arms about it. She’s part of the family, even though I can’t claim her on my taxes🀣
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    Cashrc
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    Thanks for the pic of your buggy, I like it! Looks like fun. I’d drive the heck out of it. Probably get myself in trouble, too😁
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    This is a funny old chat on a model boat site to be chatting about, but i'll add a little to it, so here goes!!! A nice selection of classics there, If Santa wants to bring me that beautiful white Studebaker for Christmas then that would be great. She could keep my Rover company. Bearing in mind that the Rover company bought a Studebaker and styled the P4 on it, they even went as far as taking the Stud'y off of it's chassis and putting the Rover chassis that they had made. My old Rover will be 60 years old on the 20th of January.
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    Have a photo of the buggy on my phone - bit too small though - will try and get the original from my son in Seattle - its candy apple red and pinstriped. At the moment it has its canopy on because of the rain so not at its best. Bit faded after 40years of course and has many scratches and dings - but it still goes . Still used on back-roads/tracks where you would not want a pristine vehicle........
    Body was made locally - fibreglass of course - called a Badger.

    Heres the small photo - just after it got stuck in the dunes - Range Rover trying to pull it out got stuck too.........
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    Cashrc
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    I believe the blue convertible is a Hillman Minx. Did a little googling on the Singer as it sounded familiar, turns out the Singers and Hillmans were cousins, all part of the Rootes group. IIRC, the Hillmans owners came from California and brought the Hillman with them. I’d like to see a pic of your buggy, I’ve wanted a Myers Manx style buggy since I was a kid, in metal flake blue.πŸ˜€
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    Very nice car Cash - always did like Studebakers . The Hawks always drew admiration and a bit of envy in our little town. My dad owned a Commander when I was very young - traveled over 2000 miles (one way) on holiday every year in it .
    Is the little blue soft-top next to the flamed hot-rod a Singer Gazelle? All in all a very interesting collection of cars. Nice Thunderbird.
    I now only have a 40 year old ww2 Willys Jeep type bodied VW beach buggy - still fun though.
    Looks like you had a good lot of toys collected too - make a lot of kids happy - as Nerys said its a very good thing to do.
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    Nerys
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    Well done Cash, fully applaud your efforts. Very worthy cause. The cars look good too.

    Cheers , Nerys
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    When the winds before the rain, soon you may make sail again, but when the rain's before the wind, tops'l sheets and halyards mind
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    It’s a Hawk. Same thing as the Silver Hawk, they just dropped the Silver off the name about the same time the Golden Hawk was discontinued.
    We have a group of bikers here do the same thing, it’s a huge deal. Saw them on the highway one time heading to drop off toys and it was a long line of bikes.
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