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Pudsey Bear

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https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/174312472603?ul_noapp=true
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Don't force it, use a bigger hammer. Semper ubi, Sub ubi. 

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Bruddy expensive for a second hand van with two previous owners from outside it looks like a works van I thought.
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Alan    Ford transit pvc.

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That is a lot of money for a van. At least Alan’s looks like a proper conversion despite DVLA saying no. 
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I wondered if they got it registered as a Moho or just a van with windows. 

I am still patiently waiting to hear from them.


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IH have always been very expensive vans, the special side and rear door conversions are what bump the price up on this one.

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