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remember ... but what car did you pass you're driving test in?


... I think mine was a Ford Fiesta or a Peugeot ... either way it was a 1ltr
knacker and it it took me 2 times (there was a dodgy outcrop corner on the
way back to the test centre the 1st time and the MoFo got me):eek:

but back in those days it didn't seem to cost so much money
 

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Seat Leon, one hell of a car :thumbs: passed first time and cried like a baby :eek:
 
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1996 Pug 306 oil burner (non turbo) passed first time then there were a few more driving tests

1989 Leyland Lynx
2002 Scania
1994 Setra Coach
1993 Yamaha sr125
 

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One of these. Linky
One of Nissan's finest!

(Passed first time)
 
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ah ... so cars, trucks and bikes?
Yep 2 bus tests both first time passes (auto & manual)
Class 2 test passed second time
and Motorcycle test passed first time and then had instructor tests
Annoying thing is I still cant tow anything as I took car test in 1997 :rant:
 

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Same as Halibut :thumbs:
 

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Talbot Sunbeam in lime green!

Actually no it wasn't. I learned to drive in that and my MKIII Tina. I failed in the Sunbeam, passed in the Cortina.
 

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Vauxhall Viva HA

A square gutless box where all four corners were visible from the drivers seat.

It belonged to my instructor and just to make sure you passed it had a matchbox
glued on the rear parcel shelf.

For reversing around a corner you just lined the matchbox to the kerb and as
you reversed it kept you about a foot away - brilliant idea.
 

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..............it had a matchbox
glued on the rear parcel shelf.

For reversing around a corner you just lined the matchbox to the kerb and as
you reversed it kept you about a foot away - brilliant idea.
My DI was a little more subtle, he trapped a match stick in the rear window rubber.

Austin 1300 (aka the shirtlifter because the bouncy suspension caused your shirt to be pulled from your trousers) 2nd time and CZ125 1st time
 
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