Some great old pics in here......

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  1. oldman

    oldman Super Moderator Staff Member

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    There are some absolute rippers in there - love em
     
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    Good find Mark. :)

    Really like the pic suggesting taking out the middle seat, and sliding in a baby play pen! Who needs a baby safety capsule? :D
     
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    Nanny state add ons :)
    Just use a stretchy trailer net thingy.:oops:
     
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    Mark how good are these , well done ,great to look at and even reminisce a little. My first one was a splitter and i had it when my kids were little ,it was the only vehicle that they never complained about going for a ride in .
     
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    Yup those station wagons sure do look nice :D:confused:
     
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    chris taylor Well-Known Member

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    I do believe that one really has to own one to appreciate what they are all about. Thousands of people that do cant wrong.
     
  8. evan&janine

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    Note the word damit !, also reading of papers not screens, I nearly grabbed a canvas annexe at a swap meet years back, decided not to as heavy thick material, figuered it be similiar to having a sauna rather than shady respite.
    Cheers.
     
  9. ruby6689

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    I loved this too. My daughters old Splittie had a built in ‘cage’ at the back to keep the kids in.
    I used to put Lisa in a car basket on the rear seat of our 1975 camper. Being a good Mum I made a net cover that went over the top to ‘protect’ her from falling out!
     
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    No seatbelts and they survived! (Most of them)
     
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