'69 Seat 1500 Funebre (and other lonely hearse's)

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Re: '69 Seat 1500 Funebre (and other lonely hearse's)

Post by DodgeRover » Fri Sep 13, 2019 7:17 pm

Junkman wrote:
Fri Sep 13, 2019 4:23 pm
Didn't realise Greece is in South America.
According to my time travelling friend John Titor:

After the UK finally left the EU in the mid 2020s, no more money was available to support ailing Nations and Germany decided to collect upon its debts giving Greece 28 days to settle in full.
Obviously this was impossible for the note impoverished country and faced with the prospect of key areas falling once more into German ownership the government did a deal Argentina instead for an undisclosed amount paid in gold and silver bullion. The result of which was that large amounts of the country became a colony.
Curiously a large amount of the bullion was already stamped with German markings dating from around 1944, naturally the Greek government made a grand show of returning this to Germany whilst mentioning repeatedly that the amount was still less than that owed by German to the Greek people for war time reparations.
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Re: '69 Seat 1500 Funebre (and other lonely hearse's)

Post by Hooli » Fri Sep 13, 2019 7:32 pm

John Titor, now there's a name I've not read in a few years.
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Re: '69 Seat 1500 Funebre (and other lonely hearse's)

Post by DodgeRover » Fri Sep 13, 2019 8:26 pm

Hooli wrote:
Fri Sep 13, 2019 7:32 pm
John Titor, now there's a name I've not read in a few years.
I've just gone back and looked at some of what he said, some of it is uncannily accurate, like the non existent WMDs.
His stuff about the old IBM was interesting too, along with Russian and Chinese expansion, he was right about the Chinese space program too, 20 years ago I don't think they shared that much information with the general public to enable anybody to have made that informed a guess.
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Re: '69 Seat 1500 Funebre (and other lonely hearse's)

Post by Junkman » Sat Sep 14, 2019 12:41 am

panhard65 wrote:
Fri Sep 13, 2019 5:04 pm
It was on a south American facebook page obviously a very old picture
It was rescued in 2017. Giannakidis actually built two of them, but the other one sadly no longer exists.
Its current owner meticulously detailed it, but it remains unrestored.
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