General Your Favourite Panda Photo

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General Your Favourite Panda Photo

Steven

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What's your favourite Panda photo. Not necessarily a photo of your car as such, but a photo that your car is in if you know what I mean.

Here's mine, my son Matthew (then 2 months old) inspecting the underneath of my CLX for rust. :p

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Alan.D

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Jasper at the Helm with his girlfriend as passenger
 

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Chose several of my favourites. One is from when I first got the car and found a very overgrown country lane, the rest are from my trip to the Isle of Mull and one is before boarding at Oban. Have a picture of a certain hairpin, too. :D

Ahh memories.
 

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Although it isn't brilliant, this is my favourite Panda photo;

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Dalavich, Loch Awe, October 1993, its the only photo I have of my 86 Panda 750L when I was first driving it, and in its original condition. It was family holiday and I drove the Panda from home to the cottage. Also the cottage had no electricity, only gas lighting, cooker and fridge and wood stove. It was excellent.

It had been intended to go in my Dad's 760 estate and trailer, but it's head gasket had gone. So Aunties Fiesta was borrowed and Panda pressed into service. It was my first big trip as I'd only passed my test 2 weeks previous. The fiesta carried everyone else, but I drove the Panda with Toby, the Family Springer Spaniel sat on the front seat, with the back full of bags and fishing gear.

It was a great holiday too and the picture reminds me of it :)
 

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Found this... I just like the blue of the selecta and the silver of Juppy against the same colours of the shop... It's a shame that I managed that shop into the ground and they closed it down:eek:

Oops

Jim
 

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e505jpy said:
It's a shame that I managed that shop into the ground and they closed it down:eek:

also a shame you drove that panda into the ground, and redered it useless :rolleyes: :p
 

Stuartl

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My mate Neil sent me this pic of his antics in my old Sisley last night. I think it's a cracking pic. He won't sell the car back to me though.

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