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1981 Austin Allegro 3 Estate 1.5 HL [ADO67]

1981 Austin Allegro 3 Estate [ADO67] in The Grand Tour, Non-fiction TV, 2016-2019 IMDB Ep. 3.14

Class: Cars, Wagon — Model origin: UK

1981 Austin Allegro 3 Estate 1.5 HL [ADO67]

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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opal TH

2019-04-12 15:14

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Shame he wreck it, it was quite a rare wagon :p
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dsl SX

2019-04-12 16:12

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MOC 860X
✓ SORN
✓ MOT Expires: 19 September 2019
Vehicle make: AUSTIN
Date of first registration: November 1981
Year of manufacture: 1981
Cylinder capacity (cc): 1485 cc
CO₂Emissions: Not available
Fuel type: PETROL
Euro Status: Not available
Export marker: No
Vehicle status: SORN in place
Vehicle colour: RED

Birmingham plate, probably factory registered. Seems it was still alive in Sept 2018 ... I guess piano prices have increased since the old TG days??

dsl SX

2019-04-13 02:07

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Seems it was a much-loved example a few years ago, so Richard's mindless vandalism was a bit pathetic. Maybe some rust bubbles underneath the shiny paint in a couple of the captures and during the clip, so may not have been as pristine as it looked.

chicomarx BE

2019-04-13 03:35

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:/ Why is Hammond destroying the last remnants of the British car industry?

opal TH

2019-04-13 08:15

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^ Hammond's dad brought one of these back in the day instead of Cortina, Hammond wasn't please with it.

A real petrol-head EU

2019-04-13 21:23

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chicomarx wrote :/ Why is Hammond destroying the last remnants of the British car industry?

Because it's ugly

dsl SX

2019-04-13 21:31

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A real petrol-head wrote Because it's ugly

Maybe we should therefore start a list of things for Richard to smash up in the next series??

midnight US

2019-04-13 21:43

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dsl wrote
Maybe we should therefore start a list of things for Richard to smash up in the next series??


Yes a Chevrolet Uplander would work well for that list.

A real petrol-head EU

2019-04-14 23:19

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Hammond could start a TV show called "Richard Hammond destroy cars"

dsl SX

2019-04-15 00:47

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Episode 1 - the new BMW X7 - as well as being %7~*ing ugly, it's %7~*ing enormous, so he might also need Episode 2 to do it properly.

There could also be a parallel show for James May as the re-assembler - he's done it before - and Richard should have to humiliatingly beg James to reassemble this Allegro back into a fully restored and intact state to make up for his stupid tantrum here. But the X7 could stay wrecked, because no-one will ever love it.

A real petrol-head EU

2019-04-16 20:28

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dsl wrote Episode 1 - the new BMW X7 - as well as being %7~*ing ugly, it's %7~*ing enormous, so he might also need Episode 2 to do it properly.

There could also be a parallel show for James May as the re-assembler - he's done it before - and Richard should have to humiliatingly beg James to reassemble this Allegro back into a fully restored and intact state to make up for his stupid tantrum here. But the X7 could stay wrecked, because no-one will ever love it.

BMW X7 is indeed ugly. Some people do like the X7, I don't. I hate the X7. I want to smash the BMW X7 and yell "You deserve it!". I don't care if I make people cry, I hate that %7~*ing thing. I also want to destroy a Ferrari with a sledgehammer.

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Gamer DE

2019-04-16 20:31

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I remember the first render of the X7 had me hyped four years before the car came out - the final design looks simply awful.

Still better than an X6 though.

dsl SX

2019-05-31 20:58

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