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1960 Austin A55 ½-Ton Van [HV6]

1960 Austin A55 ½-Ton Van [HV6] in Performance, Movie, 1970 IMDB

Class: Cars, Wagon — Model origin: UK

1960 Austin A55 ½-Ton Van [HV6]

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dsl SX

2010-10-26 18:40

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Austin van based on A55.

dudley UK

2010-10-26 18:40

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Those Notting Hill squats are now worth millions.

ingo DE

2010-10-26 19:43

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When you name them "squats", whats their average living space and ground space? :think:

Gag Halfrunt UK

2010-10-26 19:58

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A squat is an empty house or flat that people are living in unlawfully. But a lot of houses in central London are divided into flats.

chris40 UK

2010-10-26 20:07

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Austin ½-ton van, 1956-71. By the registration I'd say based on the A50 rather than A55.

dsl SX

2010-10-26 20:17

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xxx ALU issued June 60 - June 62.

ingo DE

2010-10-26 20:43

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Gag Halfrunt wrote A squat is an empty house or flat that people are living in unlawfully. But a lot of houses in central London are divided into flats.

My mistake, I had a strange chain of thought. I combined them meaning "squad toilet" (in my translation-programme) with the German slang "Wohnklo" (= "living-loo"), for a tiny flat. So I thought, dudley mentioned the size of them.

I just want to know for interest, what a relation living-space/price they have. I know, the prices in Britain are incredible. We'd been shocked about the prices even in structurally weak Scottish regions like the Highlands or Skye. :wow:

G-MANN UK

2010-10-27 03:15

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Link to "www.foxtons.co.uk"

(Note: these properties are ordered highest to lowest in price)

-- Last edit: 2010-10-27 03:17:02

ingo DE

2010-10-27 10:14

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Many thanks, as rough-and-ready-rule it seems approx. 10 times more expensive than in my area (5 times more than in the premium quarters of München and the Bavarian Lakes and 25 times more than in the poorest German Northeast, direction Poland).

junkman UK

2010-10-27 13:29

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Austin A50 Cambridge van.

sixcyl FR

2010-10-27 13:32

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Are you sure of the name? it's single with this name...but maybe it's rare?

dsl SX

2010-10-27 13:53

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BMC used weight-based numeric names for medium-sized vans (eg those based on Minor or Cambridge) so while we use Minor or Cambridge for convenience, these are not accurate final descriptions (though OK for small vans eg Mini, A30, A35). Somebody with more knowledge than me needed to confirm the 1/2 ton description, and the A50 or A55 choice within the registration date range.

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dudley UK

2010-10-28 12:19

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ingo wrote
My mistake, I had a strange chain of thought. I combined them meaning "squad toilet" (in my translation-programme) with the German slang "Wohnklo" (= "living-loo"), for a tiny flat. So I thought, dudley mentioned the size of them.

I just want to know for interest, what a relation living-space/price they have. I know, the prices in Britain are incredible. We'd been shocked about the prices even in structurally weak Scottish regions like the Highlands or Skye. :wow:


But at the other end of the scale: Link to "www.dailymail.co.uk"

ingo DE

2010-10-28 12:39

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Strange, because the house seems in good condition. If it's a rotten stall, it's not unusual, that it's advertised as "Nice property, you only have to pay the ground, the house on it you'll get for free. A demolition permit is included the price"

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