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    ^^ that's exactly what I thought at first glance Then I noticed the most incongruous wheels I've ever seen on an attempt at a "limo" - I think it's 'merican, but in all honesty, I've no idea and the badge didn't enlighten me. To add insult to injury, the ludicrously wide tyres are proper rubber bands: 35 section - imagine the ride quality Wheel-arch clearance could have been an issue

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    I was joking Did you honestly not know what it was?
    Chrysler 300C Touring.
    The saloon version always reminds me of The Sopranos, not sure why. Looks like a thug motor, replete with 'roof-chop' styling.
    Lots of folk bling them up 50-Cent style to look a bit Bentley, but tbh I think they look best sans-chrome.
    If you're gonna do stupid-large rims, at least get the fitment right...

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    Talking of shed-based Bentleys... Jeses H Christ this is bad.
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    Honestly? Nah - I didn't know what it was and I did think "Bentley Estate" at first glance. Had to peer at the badge to get the full SP, but some time had passed since then before I posted the pic, so I'd forgotten Natch, I was pretty certain it was 'merican
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    The latest beauty to grace MK



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    oh yes. that has huge shed quality mr reeves!!
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    Nice vents behind the front wheels.
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    Just saw this turd on the M11


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    Quote Originally Posted by N/B View Post

    Fifty Shades of Matt Black?
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    I saw un unmarked version of one of these in a little village last weekend. Not so much a shed, more of a block of flats:




    Yes, it is enormous. Turns out to be the work of a specialist coachbuilder (Tissier). They have done some very impressive extensions of most Citroens from the last 60 years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Mac View Post
    I saw un unmarked version of one of these in a little village last weekend. Not so much a shed, more of a block of flats:




    Yes, it is enormous. Turns out to be the work of a specialist coachbuilder (Tissier). They have done some very impressive extensions of most Citroens from the last 60 years.
    I need one of those! Would be a real hoot through the Karussel!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crossle View Post
    I need one of those! Would be a real hoot through the Karussel!
    And quite possibly Hohe Acht - at the same time!
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    Aberdeen's contribution...

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    All 4 wheelarches were pitted with rust, rear drum brakes heavily corroded, too. A real beaut!
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    tip of the hat sir. that aberdeen special is a true and utter Shed. shedtastic!!
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    Another Aberdeen contribution! This time and Astra.

    I particularly liked the spoiler, red seat covers, Rally mud flaps and assortment of motorsport stickers. Very racy.

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    That's gunna make Kev cum
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    People allways do it to a four door. Why ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave G View Post
    Just saw this turd on the M11

    what is it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by N/B View Post
    Talking of shed-based Bentleys... Jeses H Christ this is bad.
    that is an awesome TURD......................................
    "brakes are no good they just slow you down" Fangio. - 330 KW CS V2 fitted ST220 DE registered TUVed, Elan did Bilster Berg great track

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joel View Post
    not a photoshop

    that is a sacrilege .................................................. ......
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    Quote Originally Posted by orsonbuggy View Post
    Those wheels are the spawn of the devil
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    The advert says "Showstopper"....



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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Cameron View Post
    A piece of shit, Martin. A4.
    Looks like a B5 Passat to me.
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    Nige would be turning in his shed
    Quote Originally Posted by Nige
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    I think you are right. I stand by my early assessment!
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    Does this count?
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    Just seen this POS...

    Slammed, stripped and on "Bentley" wheels...



    Shame I couldn't get a picture of the Focus ST orange Range Rover Vogue....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon View Post
    That's gunna make Kev cum
    hardly its a mk4 and they are boring
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    Quote Originally Posted by texas2201 View Post
    that is a sacrilege .................................................. ......
    Where can one fund such a beautiful kit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peach-uk View Post
    Where can one fund such a beautiful kit?
    I thought you had enough trouble funding a new engine. As for the lights, you could nick 'em off Jon's ;-)
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    I'm arresting you for murdering my car you dyke digging tosspot

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    Something not quite right here...

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    Lovely to see that on that 'Pelise' or 'Lorshe' that the owner has cleverly placed the number plate to sufficiently suffocate the cooling system. Clever.
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    Looked after...


    Also, saw this and thought of Chris:
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    No words needed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crossle View Post
    The advert says "Showstopper"....



    Yeah....to pass out the sick bags :-(
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    Notice the registration...



    Isn't that a bit of a c**t? Ah, I see what he did there..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nige View Post
    That's two sheds!
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    Top tip; If you're going for the nasty stick-on lettering, mark a baseline out with masking tape first...

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    The plate on that Rangey is G 5PDT.

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    I'm sure I saw that in Chester over the weekend.
    Takes a lot of skill to look this bad you know...

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    If I'm not mistaken that's on the road out to the A406 from Stratford?

    I think the air suspension has collasped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave G View Post
    If I'm not mistaken that's on the road out to the A406 from Stratford?

    I think the air suspension has collasped.
    This was in new cross. I saw a better one literally on its rails in earls court.

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    There is a near identical one on the road I mention. How odd!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nige View Post
    I only Modeled it on your car Nige....

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    Up for sale on local bookface group....

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    I can't remember if I posted this BMW WRX STI 316 POS the we spotted at last years N24....



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