I saw a Proton Jumbuck this morning. It's not very interesting, but certainly unexpected. Who on earth would have been daft enough to buy one?
I know someone who has one. He has treated it like sh*t over a decade and it just keeps going. They look much better in the weeds.I saw a Proton Jumbuck this morning. It's not very interesting, but certainly unexpected. Who on earth would have been daft enough to buy one?
Look at the state of that seat and gearstick gaiter. I'm dubious about those 60,000 miles...Clearly a dealer in Newark thinks there is someone out there who wants one for £2k
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PS I only found it because I had no idea what one was and had to Google it. At one time every other police car in Humberside seemed to be a Proton and I wondered if that was what the Jumbuck was but clearly not.
You left out Bruce McLaren’s first racing car and the Lotus Mk1. Doesn’t mean it was any good. What is good is that it enabled them to go onto better things.