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Transit seat ideal for back of mk 3

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Transit seat ideal for back of mk 3

Post  lin and tony on Sun Mar 29, 2009 10:55 pm

Does anyone want a double transit seat. It is perfect for the back of a mk 3 as it sits between the wheel arches well.
We got it for Taz and used it for a while - but Tony replaced it with a hard boxed in shelf so that he could put some mega speakers in underneath!
The seats are free to any home - good or bad!
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Re: Transit seat ideal for back of mk 3

Post  Mk3rob on Sun Mar 29, 2009 11:18 pm

The speakers will be less weight over the rear Laughing

You'll sound like Kellys Heroes going along the back lanes Twisted Evil
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Re: Transit seat ideal for back of mk 3

Post  Regsmonster on Mon Mar 30, 2009 7:00 am

Class clicky!

Mk3rob wrote:The speakers will be less weight over the rear Laughing

You'll sound like Kellys Heroes going along the back lanes Twisted Evil
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Classic films

Post  Mk3rob on Mon Mar 30, 2009 1:17 pm

Excellent Reg.

Its no good i'm going to have to dig it out again, along with MASH

oh and that film with the funny little cars Twisted Evil
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Re: Transit seat ideal for back of mk 3

Post  lin and tony on Mon Mar 30, 2009 9:04 pm

Now - that film with the funny little cars - Tony was going to plug in his ipod and play THAT theme full blast - but it might have frightened the locals! affraid
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big speakers

Post  tard on Mon Mar 30, 2009 9:47 pm

My first experience driving a scamp was a bainland, waiting in the auto test line up. I heard Queen, we will rock you, at full volume I looked round to see digger towering over me, now thats scary. Digger was a landrover with a 7ish litre engine and axles from a combine harvester. It was huge. I have scoured the web but am unable to find any photos.

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