Well, what have we got here?

For those of you that have been here for a while, you may remember that I have come across a little hideaway that I go to from time to time, as it can often be a treasure trove of gems that are begging to be restored.

I dubbed it 'The Secret Garden', as it is quite well hidden out of the way. Every time I have ever been there, nobody has been around. Comes in handy, when trying to take the odd sneaky shots.

I haven't been there for quite some time now, but while I had a bit of unusually spare time recently, I decided to head to this magical place to see if there was anything of interest.

Well, it didn't disappoint. There was this old little gem of a spot.

Too good to be left to seed

In desperate need of some tlc

Quite clearly, it has definitely seen better days, but wouldn't it look incredible, if it was lovingly restored back to its former glory?

Now i'll be honest, I'm not 100% sure what it is, so here's where you guys and girls come in!

Let us know what you think it is and post in the comments

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Comments (8)
  • Looking at it it could be a 2 door Ford Coupe not sure but the big grill looks the same i’ll get a picture xx lovely spot But i’m probably completely wrong lol

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    • No, I don't think it's a US bodied Ford product. I wonder if it's an Anglia or a Thames panel van? I say the panel van because in the second picture you can see that it doesn't have...

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    • Could be i’m useless at guessing lol

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  • You spot some classics lou. You don’t miss them

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