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All your own work?

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Thanks Stu, but I ain't no Picasso - check out that perspective on the rear spoiler!! :lol: Just some flotsam I found on the internet! Oh, and by the way welcome back to the world of BX keepers. Not just a BX keeper but a BX Break Keeper! 8)
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Thanks - they are the best ones, after all! :)

I've been thinking of you during my car-search - your car, but with the steering wheel on the correct side, would be about perfect. A Tizzy D Turbo will do though ;)

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You've got yourself a 'workhorse' Stu! :D Sorry to quote all those Ebay ads but I use mine for carrying everything and mostly building materials! I cannot believe that there isn't a Mk.1 estate somewhere there in Blighty. Some must have sold there??
This Friday I'm going Indiana Jones style in search of a Mk.1 Break that is allegedly sitting in a scrappie just the other side of the border in France..
will hopefully have something to report after the weekend.
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Wow - that would be a high first in an Illustration degree. No sarcasm, either - they try and teach us to draw like that, they call it "naive work". Carry on like that and she'll be the toast of the AoI.
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Hi Todd

I think you may have the next generation of car designer there sit back and reap the rewards in the house you have bought for you in a few years time
When she designs the new BX and it goes into production. 8)

I have seen car designers at work first hand and some of the preliminary sketches they do aren't as good as those.

Definitely one to keep an eye on me think's

Regards Kermit :) :)
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