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Old 29th June 2020, 08:43   #1
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some years ago there was a picture in one of the papers, may be the mirror or mail of a Rover "75" towing a caravan in the snow. I've tried to find it on the net but cant.
anyone got a copy of it you could add or a link to it?

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Old 29th June 2020, 19:17   #2
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some years ago there was a picture in one of the papers, may be the mirror or mail of a Rover "75" towing a caravan in the snow. I've tried to find it on the net but cant.
anyone got a copy of it you could add or a link to it?

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Old 30th June 2020, 21:55   #3
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Iíve got some photos on my PC file with both my 75ís at the Perth meet a few years back. I drove up towing the van with the missus in my V6 as I wanted both 75ís up for a T4 session.
We stayed with the caravan at Scone Palace C&CC site and it snowed quite a bit on the Sunday evening.
The site wardens were very good as they said we could stay late if necessary until the snow cleared which fortunately it did just after lunch leaving me time to drive home.
I used the photo of the caravan surrounded in snow for my caravan file.
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Old 30th June 2020, 22:00   #4
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Iíve got some photos on my PC file with both my 75ís at the Perth meet a few years back. I drove up towing the van with the missus in my V6 as I wanted both 75ís up for a T4 session.
We stayed with the caravan at Scone Palace C&CC site and it snowed quite a bit on the Sunday evening.
The site wardens were very good as they said we could stay late if necessary until the snow cleared which fortunately it did just after lunch leaving me time to drive home.
I used the photo of the caravan surrounded in snow for my caravan file.
lets see them!

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