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Thomas Magman

Cosford Meet

Went to the Breakfast Club just under a fortnight ago. Took some pics if anyone is interested










































































tali


190 road tax on these    
Thomas Magman

tali wrote:

190 road tax on these


I also see a red one in Shrewsbury that is used by a tradesman.

Isn't there also this tax break on the twin cab pickups like Nissan Navaros etc?
Tim

I like a lot of them.

One of my mates had an Alfasud registered DLR 80 Y. Only 12 from the black Ti in the photos.
Matt

Yep, lots of nice stuff there, especially the Cav GSI and the Calibra.

I read in Total Vauxhall that the red Opel GT was one of only two British-registered models (t'other is black.)
gonnabuildabuggy

Great as ever. Lots of good stuff.....especially the Audi Coupe, my Head teacher had a 72 model back when I was 9 in around 78.
Thomas Magman

gonnabuildabuggy wrote:
Great as ever. Lots of good stuff.....especially the Audi Coupe, my Head teacher had a 72 model back when I was 9 in around 78.


Cheers

I quite like to see the older cars like that Audi. There was a VW Derby there as well - very standard looking but spent as much time talking about when the last time we had seen one of those as did about stuff like the GT3 RS, Europa, Maloo etc
tali

Turbonutter wrote:
tali wrote:

190 road tax on these


I also see a red one in Shrewsbury that is used by a tradesman.

Isn't there also this tax break on the twin cab pickups like Nissan Navaros etc?


Found this for Navarra Double cab
Not so good are the CO2 emissions high at 276g/km, and which incurs it a 400 annual road tax bill. .

But confusingly for Ford Ranger Double cab
Even though the CO2 levels are, relatively high (224g/km) and which would if it were classed as a car or SUV put it in the top 300 road tax bracket, because it is technically a commercial vehicle the VED rate is lower: 115.

 
Blarno

Pea green Mk1 GTE + C20LET = fun and fear in equal measure.


Winners for me are the matt black wide-arch Capri and the black Cerbera.
Thomas Magman

Blarno wrote:
Pea green Mk1 GTE + C20LET = fun and fear in equal measure.


Winners for me are the matt black wide-arch Capri and the black Cerbera.


The Mk1 GTE did look very nicely done.

The car that drew the biggest crowd though was, without doubt, the Hazzard style Charger. Literally had a mass of people around it within minutes of it arriving....perhaps the men were hoping for an 'early years' Daisy Duke to get out!  

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