vehicle was used to ferry pilots to and from the mess and the aerodrome, with as many as 10 people at a time crammed inside Hitler's interior.
It does seem odd however that you come off the newly-built bypass onto an old, somewhat clapped-out
stretch to rejoin the main road.
Graham Smith Clapped-out
format Bruce Millington's World Cup TV pundit analysis was spot on.
The things that made the late Nico a fascination - rather than the things that made her a sad, clapped-out
bore - spring alive and anew in Cate's work.
TEENAGERS with a magic touch for mechanics were today pleading with Worcestershire motorists to donate their clapped-out
cars for charity.
Those of us who live up here and take over twice that time to get to the capital on clapped-out
tracks and overcrowded trains must feel proud.
It's the last in the current series, but Tim Westwood and the team are determined to go out in blinging style by transforming another clapped-out
He was later seen driving a clapped-out
Mercedes into Tynemouth Priory, and then perhaps he was off to pick up Posh and head for Freddy's for tea?
IN a bizarre survey, estate agents are claiming that a clapped-out
ruin parked in your driveway (or your neighbour's) will reduce the selling price of your house by an average of 5.
The former restaurateur criticised the quality of the meat, saying it tasted as if it come from 'a clapped-out
and A Life Of Grime - stick this clapped-out
garbage in the bin bag of history before they do a special on Spencer's underwear.
Ventilation is often achieved by using wheel hubs from clapped-out
vehicles as protective grilles.