myolddear

Thank you!

It’s been far too long, but thanks for the reposts to (sorry to all the ones I have missed here):

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Also thanks to everyone for all the likes, comments and messages over the past few weeks.

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Then and now.

I sold this car in 2008 and always missed it.
Many other things have tried to replace it but nothing ever came close.
Then three weeks ago I saw it again, on Facebook whilst looking at photos of rusty cars. The headline read “old American LTD my fathers got hanging around”
It took much work, tears and a 600 mile round trip but my beautiful baby is back outside my home, and I can tell you I’m personally happier in my heart than I’ve been for a very long time.

It’s rusty and old, but it’s mine and I love it and I will never ever part with it again.

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I’ve never had a motorbike of any description on the road before but am now the proud owner of this old Lambretta scooter. It’s an inheritance from my brother who sadly died recently. He lived in Majorca hence the Spanish plates. My plan is to MOT and register it and use it as is.