Chiko roll reigns supreme!

Albervin

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My father scored this from the takeaway he frequented back in the day...pretty sure he scored my mum from the same place actually :D
Thought it might be good to show you.

They certainly obtained good value from the model.
 

greg brillus

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Wasn't the girl in the pic supposed to be Colin Will's old girlfriend, the guy that used to own number 87 the famous ex Eric Debenham Norvin that now resides in the museum at Bathurst. Probably one of the most famous Vincent's in Australia, I would think. Cheers......Greg.
 

Ducdude

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This girl sure gets around .......




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Here she is on the same bike as well as standing next to a EV..LOL She really likes the EV:)
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First time posting pictures on the new forum hope it works ...

Cheers Mates!

Eric
 

Virago

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They certainly obtained good value from the model.

I have still got my Chiko Roll poster on my kitchen wall. It travels everywhere with me, whenever I move.
When I lived in Australia in the sixties, there used to be very large placards on the railway stations in Victoria advertising Vincents Powders. They were SAFE, SURE, SPEEDY and RELIABLE. Do you still have these potions?

Virago
 

Albervin

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I have still got my Chiko Roll poster on my kitchen wall. It travels everywhere with me, whenever I move.
When I lived in Australia in the sixties, there used to be very large placards on the railway stations in Victoria advertising Vincents Powders. They were SAFE, SURE, SPEEDY and RELIABLE. Do you still have these potions?

Virago
Vincents Powders were banned over 30 years ago due to their contents being addictive and potentially life threatening. Their slogan was "Take Vincents with confidence".
 

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