New lada niva


Well Oliver Walston collects Trabants!
Q. What is the difference between a Jehovah's Witness and a Lada?
A. You can close the door on a Jehovah's Witness .;)


South Cumbria
The Ukrainian police still had them 7 years ago, I felt very sorry for the officer has he fined me about £30 for not stopping at a stop sign I'd not got to yet ,


Cant be too bad if used in russia,but id not want one.probably just badge snobbery though
For example, there are still a lot of people about that would't touch a Skoda car, even though (As part of The VW group ) they are streets ahead of what they were producing 25 odd years ago. Just the thoughts of having a car with that name on it parked on their driveway makes them wince. Slightly off topic, I remember The Renault tractor rep telling me he had some clever bugger come up to him at the Great Yorkshire Show telling him with words to the effect "I don't care how good they are I wouldn't by owt French, cos I hate the French". He then asked him what tractors he ran "Massey Ferguson I always buy British!" he replied proudly "Which models sir? " asked The Renault rep. When he told him which tractors he owned he politely pointed out that most of his Masseys were actually built in Beauvais.....France. The guy actually said " I don't bloody believe you!" and walked off!

Muck Spreader

If that's the new Niva it looks just the same as the old 70's one,is this the Land Rover influence in it. The designers apparently described it as a Renault 5 put on Land Rover chassis.

The Big Farming Survey deadline is fast approaching

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The 31 March deadline for responses to RABI’s Big Farming Survey is fast approaching and everyone linked to farming across England and Wales is being encouraged to take part.

“The support that we’ve received since the launch of The Big Farming Survey in January has been incredible. We’d like to thank everyone who has already completed the questionnaire or promoted the research project more widely,” says RABI’s Chief Executive, Alicia Chivers.

“However, the more comprehensive the data collected, the better the reflection on the daily realities of people from all sectors of agriculture and across all regions,” she adds. “We therefore want to hear from farmers, farm workers, contractors, spouses, adult-aged children and...