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Lara

UK Car Graveyard - Feb 2013

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Came across this field of cars after a day of failed splores, i was chuffed to bits. There is a history behind it but I cant go into to much detail, but by the sounds of it, it was an obsession that ended a marriage.

It was a great mooch, loads and loads of cars, some older than others and none of them would ever pass a MOT again. But for me seeing Stasky and Hutch on the bus, made me a little bit happy!!

Splored with Miss.Anthrope

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Thanks for looking x

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That's quality, looks like some one likes their Jags, my ole man was a Jaguar fanatic when he was around, had loads of them shame these are just sat around rotting away :(

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I was chuffed to bits when i saw the bus!! It was something so different and soooo unexpected after the day we had!

Thanks for all the lovely comments xx

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Bloody hell, it's a field of XJS's! I used to love they motors :) What a cool place, well done for capturing this Lara :D

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