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1965 Hillman Super Minx Series III

1965 Hillman Super Minx Series III in Doctor Who, TV Series, 1963-1989 IMDB Ep. 11.21

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: UK

1965 Hillman Super Minx Series III

[*] Background vehicle

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G-MANN UK

2012-08-19 22:45

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From Part One of "Planet of the Spiders". This is Mortimer rail station, Stratfield Mortimer, Berkshire.

Lateef NO

2012-08-19 22:46

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One for dsl: a 1965 Hillman Super Minx S3

dsl SX

2012-08-23 01:26

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... with ingo's favourite crunchy sills. I now eagerly await cl82's usual admiration-filled comment about the amazing longevity and durability of Rootes products.

rtsbusman1997 US

2012-08-23 02:39

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I immediately thought of chips for some reason :lol:

-- Last edit: 2012-08-23 02:48:48 (G-MANN)

Sandie SX

2012-08-23 02:53

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Crunchy Sills was a popular breakfast cereal in Europe in the Seventies and Eighties. Scrapyards across the continent were filled with rusted Rootes metal which was totally useless for anything but breakfast cereals.

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There was also K70 Crunch (which failed badly due to the manufacturer dabbling in a strange rotary cereal making machine and disappeared without a trace following a half hearted attempt at marketing by the company who bought the original firm out) and Ford Flakes (not very good, but strangely popular at the time). There was also Marina Munch crisps. I had a bag once, but they got squished by a piano.

cl82 DE

2012-08-23 03:30

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That was the best comment I've read on this site for a long time. :king: "100% Rootescrap" :lol: You really know how to tell a story.

stronghold EN

2012-08-23 04:41

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Don't forget the "Fiat Frutties" they looked real sweet but wasted away to nothing when you poured on the milk (or any liquid for that matter!) :D

rtsbusman1997 US

2012-08-23 08:38

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This is too good. :lol:

dsl SX

2012-08-24 00:10

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Not to mention the exotic assortment that was the Sunbeam Alpen
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Husky Nut Loops which were very popular with young families, and the plain but always sensible Shredded VWheat.

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