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marcus

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KR 200 on TV
« on: May 25, 2012, 08:27:23 PM »
Just warming up my TV, red KR 200 (reg, ...NNK?) great shot of woman getting out of it. Darling Buds of May apparently, ITV 3
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Re: KR 200 on TV
« Reply #1 on: May 26, 2012, 07:41:48 AM »
I think the car that belonged to the guy who supplied many of the props to the farm as a collector of wierd stuff based in East Sussex. He was also a motorcycle courier going into London and I believe it while at this work he suffered a fatal accident. Name escapes me at the moment, Niles? Also cannot remember if this was the Schmitt that had a Lambretta engine put in it! Sacrilege and he had a hard time of it at, I think it was Chedder Rally, only relieved when Wynford and I hove into view with the Messerschmitt Shorty bought from just down the road that morning. This gave the scoffers another target. Despite which both machines were got going and drove round, which was more than some pretty pretty towed stuff could manage. Pillocks.
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Re: KR 200 on TV
« Reply #2 on: May 26, 2012, 11:12:55 AM »
that was my all too brief experience with MOC . i am told i came across the wrong members - but there did appear to be a few of them  ;) anyway i swapped my schmitt for my Bruetsch and the Bruetsch Pfeil owners club is a much happier place to be  ;)
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