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Parking O’Connor style

By Holden Caulfield - 3 September 2012 17

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I first saw this car, near Scrivener Street, on Saturday afternoon with a marked police car and a forensic team in attendance inspecting the damage.

When I went past this afternoon and noticed it was still there I thought it worth snapping a pic for the RiotACT archives.

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17 Responses to
Parking O’Connor style
bundah 10:15 am 04 Sep 12

poetix said :

Mulch ado about nothing, really.

(I feel like I’m working for CanTurf…)

What ever you do don’t smoke that weed they grow coz they’ll put you out to pasture~

poetix 10:00 am 04 Sep 12

Mulch ado about nothing, really.

(I feel like I’m working for CanTurf…)

bundah 9:45 am 04 Sep 12

Holden Caulfield said :

bundah said :

poetix said :

Barking O’Connor style.

That would leave one feeling a bit hollow~

Oh no, I can see this branching out into more treesy puns.

Yep i’m gonna go out on a limb coz i reckon they were off their tree~

Holden Caulfield 9:35 am 04 Sep 12

bundah said :

poetix said :

Barking O’Connor style.

That would leave one feeling a bit hollow~

Oh no, I can see this branching out into more treesy puns.

bundah 8:54 am 04 Sep 12

poetix said :

Barking O’Connor style.

That would leave one feeling a bit hollow~

poetix 10:50 pm 03 Sep 12

Barking O’Connor style.

AsparagusSyndrome 9:47 pm 03 Sep 12

Ah… I see the problem!

He’s parked a bit too close to that tree just there. See how it’s up against the bumper a bit? You should leave a little room at the front.

milkman 8:56 pm 03 Sep 12

What a shame.

KB1971 8:56 pm 03 Sep 12

EvanJames said :

Sigh. Another mighty 120Y bites the dust. No many of them left!

Yep, it avoided the dreaded cancer for 40 years only to end up here……..

Spykler 7:51 pm 03 Sep 12

p1 said :

No obvious skid marks, although it probably came up the gutter and wouldn’t have been touching the ground to leave a skid until after it hit the tree and settled.

Shame, I image immediately before it hit the tree you could have sold it for a fair amount on account of scarcity.

I don’t think that scratch on the bonnet will impact negatively on its its’ value.

MERC600 5:48 pm 03 Sep 12

Well it wouldn’t have been used in a quick getaway . I rode into town in a Dato 120 Y back in 1979.
Great little bus.

p1 4:15 pm 03 Sep 12

No obvious skid marks, although it probably came up the gutter and wouldn’t have been touching the ground to leave a skid until after it hit the tree and settled.

Shame, I image immediately before it hit the tree you could have sold it for a fair amount on account of scarcity.

rosscoact 2:09 pm 03 Sep 12

Datsun 120Y,
oh ignoble beast,
left to rot neath a tree,
why oh why o why

EvanJames 2:06 pm 03 Sep 12

Sigh. Another mighty 120Y bites the dust. No many of them left!

Conan of Cooma 1:45 pm 03 Sep 12

It’s nice and parallel to the road.

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