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sorry if i sound ignorant but what year/ model is that?

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That would be a Series III 'Lightweight' , and since it's on an M-reg number plate I think I'm right in saying it would be 1973/4.

It's a nice-looking Lightweight too- never seen one in that bottle green colour before. It looks good on it, especially with the dark green canvas.

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That would be a Series III 'Lightweight' , and since it's on an M-reg number plate I think I'm right in saying it would be 1973/4.

It's a nice-looking Lightweight too- never seen one in that bottle green colour before. It looks good on it, especially with the dark green canvas.

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well it is now sand colour and is 1974 made in 1973 Formerly Royal school of Signals at Blandford Camp, now in sunny Northumberland.
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