Thats what I thought - its those damn estate agents that Clarkson was talking about on Top Gear on Sunday I betMinnie Mouse said:Ooh I think it looks very much like the minis owned by a large chain of estate agents here in London called Foxtons! They have lots of green minis all decorated with "flower power" type flowers!!
MrMini748 said:Thats what I thought - its those damn estate agents that Clarkson was talking about on Top Gear on Sunday I bet
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Well I cant say I live in one of the big houses in Hampstead - but when Ive done any roofing work around there helping out my dad Ive seen them every single time Ive been there and I think "What a travesty" every timeMinnie Mouse said:Oooh I missed it this week....he was talking about them eh! They have recently gone over to this flower power look but only months after me taking for ever to work out that the graffitti style they used before was in fact lots of cars and not one very busy driver buzzing all over London.....how silly am I??!! Don't say a word!
AND......their drivers don't wave either! Boring lot they are, too busy whizzing round Hampstead and surronding posh areas selling £10,000,000 houses!
Yeah!!! Shocking.supa-dupa-cooper said:Look a little something like this did it?
"The latest of the Foxtons Mini designs harks back to 60's London and the birth of the mini. The bright design brings colour to the urban landscape and a smile to onlookers' faces with its bold and colourful flowers on the doors and identity numbers for each vehicle placed in the centre. The red roof is quite striking with 'love' emblazoned across it in white, whilst the bonnet is finished with yellow and white stripes, and the location stickers (MAY for Mayfair and WM for Westminster) placed on the rear of the car are now a heart shape. All writing on the mini is in a psychedelic font, befitting of a 60's icon and bringing a sense of fun to the design."