DB PHiL
Here are the Castle Photos, just click on your Number Plate, then....


(Any problems, just ask)


        1 EYK  a 
        1 EYK  b 
        1 EYK  c 

        11 TOY a
        11 TOY b
        11 TOY c

        V8 CFY a
        V8 CFY b
        V8 CFY c
        V8 CFY d

        MJN 53 a
        MJN 53 b        
        MJN 53 c

        EU59 GPJ & MJN 53 a
        EU59 GPJ & MJN 53 b
        EU59 GPJ & MJN 53 c

        740 DPE a
        740 DPE b
        740 DPE c

        A1 YJM a
        A1 YJM b
        A1 YJM c
        A1 YJM d

        M50 NUT a
        M50 NUT b        
        M50 NUT c
        M50 NUT d

        85 VTG a
        85 VTG b
        85 VTG c
        85 VTG d

        F3 DNA a
        F3 DNA b
        F3 DNA c

        V12 XVX a
        V12 XVX b
        V12 XVX c

  PYN 179R a
  PYN 179R b
  PYN 179R c
  PYN 179R d

You can see all the pics HERE



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ED50
Many thanks the pictures are most appreciated Phil,a job well done sir…….
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DB PHiL
Thanks Ed, twas a pleasure
I'll put some others pics on here later
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DB PHiL
Lovely old Lagonda
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Rich5ltr
DB PHiL wrote:

Lovely old Lagonda

It's a 1929 3 Litre Tourer. Belongs to a chap on Pistonheads, unfortunately he cleared off before I had a chance to chat to him. Took a young lady for lunch apparently and when he got back it was raining heavily
Still burning hydrocarbons just for fun! 

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DB PHiL
Thanks Rich, I passed him on the way home, he was heading back towards Hever. Hope he got the roof up in time!
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MJN53
great pics Phil, thank you.
Mike
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Prattking
I like the silver DB7 in the top photo under the trees. One of the best looking cars there,( maybe along with the red i6 in front of the castle). This is of course my unbiased view Phil. banana!
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DB PHiL
No argument from me Trevor 

few more..










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