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1 hour ago, Stellaghost said:

Your both joining greenpeace and wandering to far off  lands in your Rainbow ( coloured )warrior to fight lost causes regards Stephen 

We spent lockdown learning how to tie die our clothes and make flip flops from old tyres so who knows 😂

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1 hour ago, Badger110 said:

We spent lockdown learning how to tie die our clothes and make flip flops from old tyres so who knows 😂

My mate bought a pair of genuine ethnic flip-flops made from old tyres at one Glastonbury Festival - he made it about 20 yards in the mud with each step sucking the bottom down before twanging back and flicking half a bucket of mud up his back with every step before he turned around and demanded his money back :lol:

 

Back on topic is it going to be bright green or blue?

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The clues to the colour is somewhere in the thread since I talked about it.

 

Other than the monsters inc reference, it does feature on a Bowler Bulldog too...I reckon that was a subconscious decision too

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I’ve been told to tell you that I’m not allowed to tell you what colour it is until the chief colour picker has said I can
 

 

 

 

but some of you are right 😁

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In the words of the 2 coolest movie stars...

 

There are 106 miles to Chicago minutes to till bath time, we have a full tank of gas  a bottle of vodka,  half a packet of cigarettes  hob nobs, it's dark and we're wearing sunglasses hats n coats.


Time to start throwing some paint about!

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yes the ground outside the workshop is sloped so the Landy sits at an odd angle

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Yup 😁 I love the finish on this stuff, first time using it and it’s easily done in a workshop with the truck half out the door 
 

Doors were done yesterday, front end today and rear end tomorrow if I can get it in the workshop

I’m going to swap the wheels out for  some old rims to get it in with the roof fitted...hopefully!

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