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Just found some old photos.

 

RIP. SAT350N

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Gutted, old cars bend so easily. Im guessing it was only your pride that hurt?

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Interesting number plate!

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12 hours ago, Julian said:

Interesting number plate!

Was an interesting number plate !

Car and reggie is on saturn now looking down on us mere mortals:-)

Whats interesting to me is the owner followed the car to the crusher like you would with a family pet being put down at the vet,,, well you did warn us mantaray:-(

Krikey i would have fixed that with even with my limited knowledge..

RIP SAT

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yes it did look like an easy fix but i guess we have all scrapped stuff years ago that we could fix now but didnt have the skills or money back then. 

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10 hours ago, saving mantis said:

Whats interesting to me is the owner followed the car to the crusher like you would with a family pet being put down at the vet,,, well you did warn us mantaray:-(

I took it to the crusher on the trailer.

35 minutes ago, cam.in.head said:

yes it did look like an easy fix but i guess we have all scrapped stuff years ago that we could fix now but didnt have the skills or money back then. 

I did look at re-paring it,  but the cost was too high. So went down the re-shell route. the boot lid, doors are on my current A, and the nose-corn is on Simon P Manta A estate.

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I think the cars number plate represents its condition then !! SAT ON !

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