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Off to a new Home (Hart Parr)


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Old 10-30-2011, 09:56:18 AM
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Hi, all just picked this old girl up for German George to add to his fleet of HP's, she's in good mechanical condition and the tinwork isnt too bad except for the fenders that have been damaged when shipped across to the uk , so george you had better start to think about letting that old green international banger you have go to a nice new home for the winter ?? looking forward to another hard working holiday with you and the lads .....R
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Seems like a lot of iron to be hooked behind a Land Rover! Must have good brakes on the trailer.
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can't say much for the tie downs
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There is a guy i know who has a 12-24 New Zealand special for sale
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There is a guy i know who has a 12-24 New Zealand special for sale
Hi Jamie, yep i have been offerd that one also
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Hi Jamie, yep i have been offerd that one also
and you are my friend? You haven't told me about that one or i was so excited about the Aussie Special that i can't remember that conversation
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Seems like a lot of iron to be hooked behind a Land Rover! Must have good brakes on the trailer.
If you guess that this looks like a heavy load you haven't see Robert pulling a Hart Parr 12-24 behind a Peugot Berlingo

I am pretty sure we are all crazy but we all together won't be as Crazy as the English Robert
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Not the only Hart Parr to find a new home today. I got the 28-50 back home today from Holland
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Glad that you like it Kevin. When we loaded it at Gijs' place, it looked fantastic as it went up the ramps! If you get sick of it, let me know

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Not the only Hart Parr to find a new home today. I got the 28-50 back home today from Holland
Hi Kevin and tricky, that's the 28/50 i got for the Hart Parr king George of Germany he then passed it on to the flying oil baron from Holland if you want the origonal picks when the old girl was in canada please let me know ....tricky please post some picks of your new toys also was my brace sitting well in the shed with its friends.? all the best .....R
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