For years I dreamt of a Hobby 750bouncer said:Anyone want to swop my Autotrail Cheyenne 635 ( on a Y plate)for your Hobby750??
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That is, without a doubt a good test of man and vanandroidGB said:[quote="raynipper" I will see how it holds up after a week at Le Mans without the umbilical cord.
We even fitted the 100E with a wooden dashboard made from a lump of ply with walnut veneer. The bodywork was sprayed that mid-blue that was fashionable on Rover 2000/3500s at the time.androidGB said:SDA your description of the modded 100E, brought back loads of memories, and I planned to do the same with the very same components, but never had the money in those days,
I also did the sleeping in the car bit at LM, and recall sitting in one of the restaurants on the Mulsane Straight, about mid morning on the Sunday, and thinking the conversation had dried up a bit only to look up a see my 3 compatriots all peacefully asleep as the cars blasted by at well over 200mph.
You're right LM in a motorhome is a bit easier, but we're a lot older now and need our creature comforts.