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This registration was first registered during the period August 1986 to July 1987.

The registration was first registered in Liverpool.

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MG Metro 1.3 / unleaded petrol / carburetor / manual

MG Metro 1.3 / unleaded petrol / carburetor / manual

I bought this car new in 1986 from MG/Rover dealer Tannery Farm Garage, Elephant Lane, Thatto Heath, St. Helens, Merseyside. It was a lovely car and in 1988 I did a Tour of Britain in it, during which I took the coastal roads round England, Wales and Scotland and completely avoided motorways. I took cooking gear and I slept in the car - by far the coldest place at night was central London. In 1989 the Metropolitan Police lifted my car and moved it at King's College Hopsital in London, where I worked as it had a Liverpool registration and there was a visit to the hospital by Princess Anne and they feared at terrorist connection with Ireland. Unfortunately, no-one at Streatham Police Station could remember where they had moved it too. Later in the day I got an irate call asking me to come and move my care immediately. "Gladly", I said, "Where is it?". In their wisdom Knacker of the Yard had placed my car in an ambulance bay at A&E. In 1989 during the high-profile media case of Aisling Barnett, the jouranlists of Fleet Street descended on King's College Hospital in droves, many disguised as patients wearing pyjamas, dressing gown and slippers, all eager to get information to break the story. I was then in charge of anaesthetic services for the supra-regional liver transplant programme and the journalists kept following me everywhere. On one evening as I was leaving the building I found that my car, outside the main entrance car-park, had it's door bent at the top and had been broken into. It has a 'Strongarm' lock on the steering wheel, together with alarm and immobiliser so it wasn't going anywhere (in the absence of the Met's hoist) but I discovered that a set of A4 files had been stolen; there were no patient details, merely transplant protocols and photographs of equipment and setups which low-and-behold mysteriously appeared in a certain newspaper! I was subsequently informed that a journalist had broken into the car.

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MG Metro MG Metro 1.3 White paintwork with grey and red interior

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I bought this car new in 1986 from MG/Rover dealer Tannery Farm Garage, Elephant Lane, Thatto Heath, St.Helens, Merseyside. It was a lovely car and in 1988 I did a Tour of Britain in it, during which I took the coastal roads round England, Wales and Scotland and completely avoided motorways. I took cooking gear and I slept in the car - by far the coldest place at night was central London. In 1989 the Metropolitan Police lifted my car and moved it at King's College Hopsital in London, where I worked as it had a Liverpool registration and there was a visit to the hospital by Princess Anne and they feared at terrorist connection with Ireland. Unfortunately, no-one at Streatham Police Station could remember where they had moved it too. Later in the day I got an irate call asking me to come and move my care immediately. "Gladly", I said, "Where is it?". In their wisdom Knacker of the Yard had placed my car in an ambulance bay at A&E. In 1989 during the high-profile media case of Aisling Barnett, the jouranlists of Fleet Street descended on King's College Hospital in droves, many disguised as patients wearing pyjamas, dressing gown and slippers, all eager to get information to break the story. I was then in charge of anaesthetic services for the supra-regional liver transplant programme and the journalists kept following me everywhere. On one evening as I was leaving the building I found that my car, outside the main entrance carpark, had it's door bent at the top and had been broken into. It has a 'Strongarm' lock on the steering wheel, together with alarm and immobiliser so it wasn't going anywhere (in the absence of the Met's hoist) but I discovered that a set of A4 files had been stolen; there were no patient details, merely transplant protocols and photographs of equipment and setupsm which lo-and-behold mysteriously appeared in a certain newspaper! I was subsequently informed that a journalist had broken into the car.

Posted at 2.47am Wed January 22nd 2014

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