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 #15043  by Badger
 Wed Nov 11, 2009 7:34 pm
Was the buggy scrapped Dave?
I'm with you on the caterers, they must of been serving the track 25+ years, I know they've had a trailer at events since at least 84 time! And it's not like they are based five mins from the track either is it ..
 #15046  by muddytalker
 Wed Nov 11, 2009 9:26 pm
dragracerdave wrote: was that pic taken at York? just don't look 'right' starline looks a little odd (but I spotted High Spirits!)
Yes very much so Dave. I think it was the challenge race between PDRC & NDRC Midlands.
 #15052  by dragracerdave
 Wed Nov 11, 2009 11:23 pm
After looking at the pic again I know what has confused me.......... I can see CROWD! now thats something we could use at York!
As for the Buggy I think it was scrapped, I'll find out for sure.(might be hiding out in one of the many 'huts')
 #15067  by Sam
 Thu Nov 12, 2009 6:59 pm
CRR wrote:
Off topic, in that photo, look at the "crash barrier" on the left of the strip. I believe those wooden, stone filled boxes were removed straight after the Hillbillies funny car turned hard left and went through them like a hot knife through butter. It left a hell of a mess of stones and earth for us to clear up.

Those stone filled boxes were there for a few years after roland crashed the hillbillies car.. they were still there when Clive Skilton crashed the GTX car and I think for a few years after that..
 #15099  by Glenn R
 Fri Nov 13, 2009 7:36 pm
More pics from the winter archive - once again sorry about the quality. Sorry just realised that there's a push car thread too, what a mix up!
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Lee Anders Hasselstrom tow truck SPR 78.jpg
Scandinavian team perhaps Lee Anders Hasselstrom would that be right?
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French Connection Citroen 2CV Small Block Altered D Goggin S.jpg
Not quite sure about this one
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Ronnie SPR 77.jpg
One of Ron Picardo's many push cars
Santa Pod Nov 75 'Stagecoach' B Sheavills.jpg
Barry Sheavills in the altered days, not sure what the push car is
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 #15171  by sjb
 Sun Nov 15, 2009 9:16 pm
muddytalker wrote:I think I have mentioned it on here before but the old NDRC Transport/Commentary Commer Bus is buried in one of the back field's on Long Maston Airfield.
sounds like a program for Channel 4s Time Team :lol:
 #15183  by ukdrn
 Mon Nov 16, 2009 6:12 pm
Some good ones there, love the Highway Patrol shot.
 #15885  by muddytalker
 Tue Dec 08, 2009 9:36 pm
Does anyone remember the Santa Pod fire car from the early seventies. It was a chopped up Ford 100E saloon, or quite easily have been a pick-up, painted orange with a black roll bar loaded with extinguishers? If anyone has seen Time Travel 3 or 4 DVDs (I can't remember which) the truck is pictured quite a lot sitting in the middle of the track behind the startline and Stu's chequred yellow and blue roofed box. If anyone has a picture of it then its worthy of a space on this thread.
 #15892  by Glenn R
 Tue Dec 08, 2009 11:32 pm
Good info, the only ones that I remember were the american pick up (was it a sister to the Stardust tow car?) and the Zodiac or Zephyr converted from Ron Picardo's push car after it got embedded into the fencing on the startline.

The VW pickup from York went when we replaced it with the 53 Bedford fire truck which is still in one piece and I do believe restored locally to the track. It was at the Emergecny Planning Centre at Wawne near Hull and was a part of the Hull Volunteer Fire Brigade.

Then came the 1973 Little Red Wagon Dennis fire tender which was in service in Havant in Hampshire, it eventually ended up in sevice as a tanker emergency response vehicle out of HP Freightways in Hull. It once had a jag petrol motor in it but the brigade replaced it with a straight 6 Perkins. I do believe that still remains....
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