Saturday, 14 November 2009

After 3 days we are at number 92

I've been through the entries and here's the latest list


Number Name
1 Mike Bishop
2 Bill Davies
3 Nick Jackson
4 Claire Hill
5 Jim McGuiness
6 Colin Radford
7 Jonathan Clegg
8 Steven Burrows
9 Floyd Pattie
10 Andrew Johnson
11 Jayne Spicer-Adams
12 Malcolm Swingewood
13 Jason Chinn
14 Craig Bennett
15 Alex Chandler
16 Brian Cox
17 Andrew Dann
18 Clive Senior
19 Tim Hunt
20 Malcolm Philpott
21 Jessica Brake
22 Roger Hogarth
23 Dave Kirk
24 Yossarian Gay
25 Keith Dandridge
26 Allen Foster
27 Graham Whiting
28 Wayne Scott
29 Michael Helm
30 Mark Bland
31 Howard Brissenden
32 Dale Barker
33 Tom Key
34 Mark Mclean
35 Doug Foreman
36 Tim Bancroft
37 Allen Walker
38 Pauk Bodiam
39 Richard Brake
40 John Hayes
41 Ashley Mills
42 Andrew Shirley
43 Keith Bennett
44 Jayson Murray
45 Robert King
46 Alan Pettit
47 Andrew Pearce
48 Russell Banyard
49 Dave Langrick
50 Steven Needham
51 Mike Barrett
52 William Columbine
53 Dave Marshall
54 Andrew Plews
55 Reg Barton
56 Caroline McGrath
57 Lloyd McNeill
58 Steven Radley
59 Rob Southern
60 Tim Walker
61 Mike Weaver
62 Joe Welling
63 Nigel Gair
64 Ellis Stokes
65 Francis Moll
66 Andrew Moll
67 Carl Shakespeare
68 Sean Bradley
69 Martin Burrows
70 Andy Chandler
71 James Cooper
72 Mike Bestard
73 Chris Gleeson
74 David Kirby
75 Dave Cox
76 Dave Aspinall
77 Lawrence Brooks
78 Paul Hughes
79 Roger Saunt
80 Anthony Davies
81 Alan Chatterton
82 Bruce Jordan
83 Andrew Martin
84 Darren Sharp
85 Peter Ots
86 Paul Beeson
87 Doug Thompson
88 Peter Jordon
89 Willi Mindek
90 Pat Barber
91 Gerhard Bose
92 Fred Slezak

Thanks for all those little comments, notes of thanks, declarations of love for German pumps (some therapy needed there) and general smile provoking stuff in the entries.

So far I think the best modification has to be "Modified by being left to rot in a field and a barn before rebuilt using old paint tins" or the familiar cycle of "Driven, broken, fixed, rebuilt, broken again, fixed, tweaked" or "6 years hard use" or perhaps one we can all relate to "Money pit!"

Interesting entries include
Herald Ice Cream Van
The first RHD production TR2
The most successful works 2.5 PI Rally car
The possibility of a 4x4 V8 Estate

Plus cars that have appeared in Casualty, Coca Cola promos, McDonalds adverts, etc

We've got diverse things from as far apart as a Standard 10 pick up and V8 Herald.

Right, I now need some sustenance before I continue, more news later

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