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UK Leyland Test track - February 2016

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Visited today Leyland test track, housing application went in a while ago, though I'd get a few pics before it goes.

 

 

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Im not far from leykand, looking forward to the pics :) And welcome pal.

 

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10 minutes ago, Thisistommo said:

cheers only joined today so still finding my feet

 

No problem mate, have a look through the guide and give us a shout if you need any help :) 

 

And welcome :thumb 

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Cool stuff that mate, very different :thumb

 

No old Leyland DAFs laying around? I work in the transport industry so that would be good to see

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