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You don't have to be at the museum to spot old stuff at Carcoar.

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  1. I cannot read that: Does it say "vauxhall"?

    Look at that shed though, hey! Saplings stripped back with a blunt axe, no doubt. And the obligatory sheet of corrugated iron flapping around.

    They knew about sheds in those days ...

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  2. A Vanguard according to my husband. Yeh, I agree it is the combination of car and shed that is just right.

    I've got another country shed coming up tomorrow. There is lots of corrugated iron in the bush.

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  3. The car is fantastic! Really nice find!

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