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  1. As a non owner of Land Rovers it looks just like every other one so I'd only be guessing but I'm going to have a go Helicopters starting? Ex RAF or AAC
  2. http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/real-life-stories/nazis-who-murdered-great-escapers-3269861
  3. When the vehicle is presented for its MOT that is the point that you have to pass the exemption form to the examiner. So I was told by VOSA. The former Chairman of the MVT Preston Isaacs was fined £250 because he didn't exempt the vehicle at the time of the MOT. Tony whatever you do get in writing from VOSA if you can
  4. Saw him just yesterday best not too try and contact him during dinner
  5. You know we are going to ask for a picture don't you? You can't tease us with that line prototype... a link to a picture would do
  6. No politics is the way to go and as much as I would like to lay claim to this its actually being sorted by a group of guys that I know. I just thought that I would help with the publicity :-D
  7. Pennine Military Weekend 26th to 27th July 2014. The newest military vehicle and re-enactment show in the Pennines. Two fantastic adjoining venues nestled in the picturesque hamlet of St Chads catering for both 1st and 2nd World War enthusiasts and Post War military re-enactors. St Chads is situated in between Oldham and Marsden, 1 mile outside of the village of Uppermill, Post Code OL3 6LW. Free event for the public and military vehicle owners. Wartime and Post war welcome [ATTACH]88478[/ATTACH] I have copied and pasted the form directly onto the page I would have liked to have uploaded the word form directly but I don't think I can. Pennine 1940’s Military Weekend 26th – 27th July 2014 The Pennine 1940’s Military Weekend is a free event for all military vehicle owners, military re-enactors, and 1940’s civilian re-enactors. Admission for vehicle parking and camping is on a pre-registered booking basis. Camping is available from the 25thJuly if required. Please ensure that entries for both camping and vehicles are submitted by 23rd June 2014 at the latest so that pitches can be allocated. A medium sized stamped addressed envelope must be enclosed with this entry form so that a free military vehicle parking and camping pass can be issued. Name........................................................................................................................................................ Address..................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................Post Code.................................................................................. Tel Number.............................................Email......................................................................................... Vehicle: Make........................................Model........................................................................................ Year of Manufacture...............................Reg. No..................................................................................... Camping Space Required? Y/N................Fri.......Sat.......Military or Civilian Tent..................................... Caravan/Camper Van/Sleeping in vehicle, please indicate length........................................................... Please note that no Swastika’s or SS markings/runes are to be displayed on vehicles or uniforms at any time and the wearing of black allgemeine uniforms is not permitted. Any re-enactor or military vehicle owner carrying a de-activated or blank firing weapon must have a copy of their de-activation certificate with them or the relevant liability insurance. All military vehicles whether road taxed or not must have current third party insurance as is now required by law. Dogs are allowed on site but must be kept under control at all times. I agree to comply with all the above instructions or any other instructions given by the organisers and hosts of the event. Signed......................................................Date.......................................................................................... Please return with SAE: Pennine 1940’s Military Weekend, P.O.Box 286, Delph, Oldham OL3 5JL Pennine_military_weekendatyahoo.co.uk
  8. Bloody hell don't let the bastartds grind ya down and certainly don't let them win! Modifications none is the answer its a standard tractor as supplied by the company. I think the answer is to provide them with short and concise information and nothing but facts no suggestive or suggestions should be implied when dealing with them.
  9. I was There on BBC2 tonight at 21:00 http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b03y76xl
  10. I remember a First World War veteran talking on TV about his experiences of living in the trenches and seeing dead bodies: shattered limbs, skulls in trench walls, fingers or hands being used as coat hangers, walking on bodies to him it became the norm something to endure till he went home to his family. Most of the things that he said have now passed from my memory circa 1980 but certain things did stay and took all the fun out of war. I suspect that most of the things that he said then would never see the light of day on TV now. Pity though, sometimes the gruesome bits need to be shown or heard about just to remind people that war isn't a money making exercise nor is it fun. Wall to wall 24 hour news has made war unreal and computer war games oh mama what a heap of trouble thats going to become. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/world-history/never-before-seen-personal-accounts-of-great-war-offer-vivid-picture-of-life-at-the-front-9188029.html
  11. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/world-history/never-before-seen-personal-accounts-of-great-war-offer-vivid-picture-of-life-at-the-front-9188029.html
  12. Loads still in use I was out in mine today. A lot have gone abroad to some of what would be considered third world countries as they are a basic vehicle no ecu's drum brakes chunky tyres perfect for off road use and rough roads.
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