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Post #1 Sat, Nov 17, 4:05 PM
CitroenSM
Foose fan - 37937

I so want this little ugly duckling, The 1940 Humber Hexonaut GS 6x6 Amphibious Prototype

More awesome stuff at, http://www.auctionsamerica.com/events/all-lots.cfm?SaleCode=MM12

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Edited by CitroenSM - Sat, Nov 17, 4:11 PM
Post #2 Mon, Nov 19, 1:08 PM
Amazing Asian
Supercar Messiah - 28011

Quote from CitroenSM
I so want this little ugly duckling, The 1940 Humber Hexonaut GS 6x6 Amphibious Prototype

More awesome stuff at, http://www.auctionsamerica.com/events/all-lots.cfm?SaleCode=MM12
that's adorable!

Humber.


Aww www.

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Post #3 Tue, Nov 20, 10:58 AM
basman007
Brunei Addict - 24258

cool stuff!!!
http://www.supercars.net/garage2/129612/galleries.html
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zf2wbRWb9xI

Post #4 Wed, Nov 28, 4:23 AM
MooSquad
dus - 103080

Oh Humbers, awesome
Would take a short wheelbase Pinzgauer instead, though

Post #5 Thu, Nov 29, 3:45 AM
CitroenSM
Foose fan - 37937

Quote from MooSquad
Oh Humbers, awesome
Would take a short wheelbase Pinzgauer instead, though
Why not the Volvo C303.
"If God had meant for us to walk, why did he give us feet that fit car pedals?" - Sir Stirling Moss
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Edited by CitroenSM - Thu, Nov 29, 3:50 AM
Post #6 Thu, Nov 29, 7:21 AM
MooSquad
dus - 103080

Barely seen those here
Post #7 Thu, Nov 29, 12:29 PM
Baklava
Supercar Messiah - 24227

Quote from MooSquad
Barely seen those here
go to terschelling. there are at least 2 of those there.
Post #8 Thu, Nov 29, 2:51 PM
MooSquad
dus - 103080

Tell me what's awesome about Terschelling, besides keeping hipsters away from the mainland for almost a week every year
Post #9 Thu, Nov 29, 4:28 PM
Baklava
Supercar Messiah - 24227

Quote from MooSquad
Tell me what's awesome about Terschelling, besides keeping hipsters away from the mainland for almost a week every year
haha. never been there?

best nature of all the isles imo. love the villages too, pittoresque.

Post #10 Thu, Nov 29, 8:18 PM
MooSquad
dus - 103080

Of the isles, I've only been to Texel, which I really enjoy
Post #11 Fri, Nov 30, 1:48 AM
RLQ
new member - 71621

I always thought half-track trucks were cool.
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Post #12 Fri, Nov 30, 1:49 AM
Baklava
Supercar Messiah - 24227

Quote from MooSquad
Of the isles, I've only been to Texel, which I really enjoy
Ive been to them all.

For me its Terschelling>Ameland>Texel >Schiermonnikoog >Vlieland

If you like Texel youll like Terschelling and Ameland for sure. A lot more dunes and forest opposed to the meadows of Texel.

Post #13 Fri, Nov 30, 11:14 AM
MooSquad
dus - 103080

Sounds excellent, love dunes and the sea breeze and all this
Then again, I'd have to come from Friesland and Groningen and shite
Worth it? Maybe

How regularly do the boats go?

Post #14 Fri, Nov 30, 3:03 PM
CitroenSM
Foose fan - 37937

Quote from RLQ
I always thought half-track trucks were cool.
They are awesome.
"If God had meant for us to walk, why did he give us feet that fit car pedals?" - Sir Stirling Moss
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Post #15 Fri, Nov 30, 3:34 PM
Baklava
Supercar Messiah - 24227

Quote from MooSquad
Sounds excellent, love dunes and the sea breeze and all this
Then again, I'd have to come from Friesland and Groningen and shite
Worth it? Maybe

How regularly do the boats go?
Totally worth it imo. Been to Ameland at least a hundred times as a kid. Been to Terschelling not as much, but at least 10 times.

Terschelling is quite easy to reach with public transport. Ameland not so much.

Terschelling has a fast ferry and a slow one. The fast one only takes 45 mins. The slow one like 3 hours or something like that.

Ameland only has a slow ferry, but only takes an hour or so.

Both ferries go multiple times a day. Not sure what times though.

Would recommend to visit it more than one day, as both island are quite big. Especially terschelling. I've never reached the end of the island, because you can only walk the last 10 km or so.

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