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post #21 of 41 (permalink) Old 02-22-2007, 06:22 AM
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When I first worked in The City, they had just been launched and there was one parked outside my office one day. The crowd around it was quite astonishing under the circumstances ( expensive cars are not rare in The City).

Anyway, last year there was one for sale at a local dealer and I went to have a look at it for the sake of nostalgia. It was indeed an ugly, dated, poorly built piece of shit.
and look at the wagon wow did they just glue on a few extra feet to make it longer, so what next an aston martin mini van
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That's a very sharp car....I mean literally. You could cut yourself on the quarter-panels. It looks like something gay detectives would drive. P.U!

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im kinda glad that aston martin dont have a farm division, can you just imagine what the tractor would look like , and a combine woooow ,i will stick to my trusty leyland 384
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im kinda glad that aston martin dont have a farm division, can you just imagine what the tractor would look like , and a combine woooow ,i will stick to my trusty leyland 384
You have a Leyland tractor?, how council. Why don't you buy from a proper tractor company like Lamborghini?
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You have a Leyland tractor?, how council. Why don't you buy from a proper tractor company like Lamborghini?
ok dr now im going to go easy on you as you are a reformed soccer hooligan. look at the picture in the avatar thats my 14 year old son cat walking my 35 year old leyland tractor.

so put your reading glasses on when youre on the computer. ok son.
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ok dr now im going to go easy on you as you are a reformed soccer hooligan. look at the picture in the avatar thats my 14 year old son cat walking my 35 year old leyland tractor.

so put your reading glasses on when youre on the computer. ok son.
FYI- Never played soccer. Went to a Public School, rugby is what we do old boy. Had my eyes tested recently, no correction required. I just wear my shades dude, protection from the harsh British sun.
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FYI- Never played soccer. Went to a Public School, rugby is what we do old boy. Had my eyes tested recently, no correction required. I just wear my shades dude, protection from the harsh British sun.
ok so im sorry about the soccer hooligan stuff but rugger is a sport played by no brained retards that failed the 2nd grade
its kinda like football without the protection.your life expectancy is counted in games not years. oh and as forthe eyes dont worry mother nature will take care of that in due time.
enjoy your youth
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WTF ! , BTW any of you guys ever owned a AM ?
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Thanks Gert

Thanks for posting the info and the photos of the Aston Martin Lagonda - especially of the shooting brake, which I never saw. Who did the conversion in Switzerland? The name Beat Roos comes to mind...

I always had a weak spot for performance sedans like the Maserati Quattroporte or the Monteverdi 375/4 - which is kind of similar in styling to the Aston Martin.

I would not hesitate to put one away if I came across one at a good price - the value will most likely only go up - only red is not a favorable color.
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