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No tracker?
Huh!
No alloys!
Shame on you!
LOL!
 

ruston

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Ahhhh, the old C15

My old man had one of those but in red
Bulletproof engine and great on fuel, and good in the snow.
 

Andy78

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I used to have to wrestle one of these pigs around the roads ....

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When the firm scrapped the two they had I bought one for a quid as I had no run around at the time. Sold it for £250 to a plumber who promptly wrote it off. So soon after purchasing it from me that the insurers rang me about the crash instead.
 

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The company I worked for as an apprentice had a few Citroen’s, I think C15 but might have been earlier model. Very curved windscreen and only one wiper?

Their older fleet was maestros. Ex British telecom. Painted white on the outside with company’s livery, but still old BT yellow on the inside.

Another employment, I worked at times on an RAF base. They were strict about not having trackers on contractors vans because they could affect the sensitive electronics around the place.
The missile section was particularly strict.

“This is your emergency fire training induction training for working on or near the Missile Section: On discovering a fire.... RUN!!!!”
 
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