Jaz Avalley JazAvalley

Otherwise known as the Jam Sandwich
British classic Triumph white 2000 2500 2.5pi 70's old ...

British classic Triumph white 2000 2500 2.5pi 70's old police car

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File:Day 18 - 1970s officers.jpg - Wikimedia CommonsFile😃ay 18 - 1970s officers.jpg - Wikimedia Commons

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1970 Ford Lotus Cortina Mk2 Police Car - explored | IWM ...

1970 Ford Lotus Cortina Mk2 Police Car - explored | IWM ...

 

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Ford Consul GT Police '1972–75

Ford Consul GT Police '1972–75

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Ruffnut Thorston
"J" numberplate...1971.
"H" numberplate...1970.
"L" numberplate...1973.
Best wishes,

Ruff...
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Mister Rusty

"L" numberplate...1973.

Only January  to July
M registration ran from August 73 to July 74
The first of the split years 😉
Bunkerbarge,
I am locked out, hooked up on your last message, this is the only way that l can get into the forum.
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Could anyone reading  this, please advise Jazavalley or another admin , thanks
Be careful, in case it's a virus. The message received is:-
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Bunkerbarge
Your posh, it was a "Jam Buttie" to us!!
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Jaz Avalley JazAvalley

"J" numberplate...1971.
"H" numberplate...1970.
"L" numberplate...1973.

I suppose on that I should squeeze the H plate into the previous ERA, even though it would have ben correctly driven in this ERA. Good point Ruffnut 🙂

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Bunkerbarge
I think most of us use a degree of "Poetic License" when we are modelling on the edge or an era.  I'm even sure that there are slight variations in the era definitions from different sources!
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Ruffnut Thorston
I wasn't dictating eras....I think that even the Police wouldn't only run brand new cars! 😉😀
Best wishes,

Ruff...
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AHJAY
Can't help thinking that police looked more deserving of respect, more official... in fact more like police and were far more noticeable before they became just another person in Hi-Vis.

Ahjay
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Bumped so people can see the category to the right, even though the topic name here left is the same, top left in thread you will see the title e.g. Police and the category of the thread for clarification.

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