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« on: 12 February, 2011, 05:55:01 PM »

Spotted this for sale in Italy:

http://www.subito.it/auto/lancia-superjolly-furgone-treviso-20151920.htm?last=1
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« Reply #1 on: 12 February, 2011, 08:15:03 PM »


Cor....!!  For once I did a double take on the price for the right reason - its even our end of Italy. 

Is "Minonzio" a coachbuilder or a style like "Luton" or something?  I'm struggling to make sense of the interior.  My guess is that the side opens out with a narrow ledge/bar/counter and the wider bit as a roof/canopy with the silver fabric just to seal the join.   Sintoflon is an oil company with some specialsist products for historic vehicles so perhaps this was their stall at shows?

http://www.sintoflon.com/veicoli-storici/

Now what car is that bottom left on that Sintoflon page?

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« Reply #2 on: 12 February, 2011, 08:27:36 PM »


Interior makes more sense if you twist your head so the poster the far end is the right way up.  Red floor.  View must be in through the back door.  Glass fronted display on the left, shelves above a work surface on the right.  Any idea about the pipes?  Maybe the display area can be washed out and that's where it drains.  Perhaps it was catering not a display of oils - or it was first a "burger van" (or whatever they have in Italy) and THEN used by the company? 

Its best feature has to be that it would be big enough to sleep in - as I'd never be let back in the house again if I bought it.

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« Reply #3 on: 12 February, 2011, 11:29:53 PM »


Interior makes more sense if you twist your head so the poster the far end is the right way up.  Red floor.  View must be in through the back door.  Glass fronted display on the left, shelves above a work surface on the right.  Any idea about the pipes?  Maybe the display area can be washed out and that's where it drains.  Perhaps it was catering not a display of oils - or it was first a "burger van" (or whatever they have in Italy) and THEN used by the company?  

Its best feature has to be that it would be big enough to sleep in - as I'd never be let back in the house again if I bought it.

David

That's better looking at the interior the right way up!
It looks very much like the vehicles that you see at nearly all Continental Markets, the top left section opens outwards from the top, the smaller section opens downwards, (note the hinges on the photo showing the left hand side) the Stainless Steel Counter then slides out with the bottom section becoming the display counter with wares displayed and protected by glass on 3 sides, suitable for various sorts of foods, fish, cheeses etc.
On the right hand side is what appears to be a high level display shelf supported by bars from the roof.
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« Reply #4 on: 13 February, 2011, 10:37:54 AM »

Now that would make a great Club event vehicle for information, regalia and to house a tea urn.....

Shares anyone? :-)

A little less risky than the Essagamma.
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« Reply #5 on: 13 February, 2011, 10:40:29 AM »

Now that would make a great Club event vehicle for information, regalia and to house a tea urn.....

Shares anyone? :-)

A little less risky than the Essagamma.

What a good idea, yes please.

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« Reply #6 on: 13 February, 2011, 12:36:39 PM »

As you say Brian, it looks very much like a deli van, common on markets across Europe. We have one here in the Midlands, based on a Citroen C25. It was the one that was booked to be at our Shrewsbury AGM weekend, but Ornella, the owner had to cancel at the last minute, due to her son being ill.

There's a picture on this page (scroll down) of it full of lovely food: http://www.poilblanc.com/contactus.php

Perhaps this could be an opportunity for the LMC to branch out into selling Italian food at events Wink

We could sell Beta Burgers, Lambda Koftas, Gamma n' Eggs, Ardennes Pate, focaccia integrale (look it up, I'm not making it up)....feel free to suggest any more
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« Reply #7 on: 13 February, 2011, 12:56:49 PM »

Ah, yes great Idea...
Beta Beer
Gamma Gin
Y10 Whisky
Appia After Shocks
and of course
Integrale Martini

Mmmmm mouth watering idea

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« Reply #8 on: 13 February, 2011, 03:39:22 PM »


Appia with one of these inside you.

Y10 when 12 are at such a special price.

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« Reply #9 on: 13 February, 2011, 04:11:17 PM »

Well, after the Esagammma debate, Mark posted the Committee decision on here. Unfortunately, that particular vehicle just didn't stack up as a viable proposition. However, Mark also said that the Committee would always consider a rational, robust business case in future.

So, if someone out there wants to create a cunning (and workable), realistic plan for this SuperJolly, let's hear it and I can promise that we will give it very careful and considered discussion.  But it does have to be a viable plan, whereby the Club could possibly assist with securing purchase whilst a consortium of owners is established, but in the longer term the Club isn't liable for the majority of ongoing running or storage costs.

But you are all right. It would be fun!

Regards

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« Reply #10 on: 14 February, 2011, 12:39:17 AM »

As you say Brian, it looks very much like a deli van, common on markets across Europe. We have one here in the Midlands, based on a Citroen C25. It was the one that was booked to be at our Shrewsbury AGM weekend, but Ornella, the owner had to cancel at the last minute, due to her son being ill.

There's a picture on this page (scroll down) of it full of lovely food: http://www.poilblanc.com/contactus.php

Perhaps this could be an opportunity for the LMC to branch out into selling Italian food at events Wink

We could sell Beta Burgers, Lambda Koftas, Gamma n' Eggs, Ardennes Pate, focaccia integrale (look it up, I'm not making it up)....feel free to suggest any more

Thank you Lee,
I hunted the net but I couldn't find a photo! Surely you meant to type Ardea Pate Grin

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« Reply #11 on: 14 February, 2011, 09:27:08 AM »


Beta buns. 

(sorry...)
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« Reply #12 on: 14 February, 2011, 09:32:31 AM »

Of course all the eggs should come from Y-10s, there should be plenty of fine Flavias and the whole-meal flour for the bread would be known as Integrale.

If we have a bar serving cocktails, it will need a good stock of Ango-Astura bitters.

If we ever need to recruit waitresses then we should look out for a couple of girls known as Elsie One and Elsie Two very quick if a bit temperamental.

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« Reply #13 on: 14 February, 2011, 12:05:41 PM »


Thank you Lee,
I hunted the net but I couldn't find a photo! Surely you meant to type Ardea Pate Grin

 No, I think Ardennes is much better. I've never heard of Ardea Pate.



Regards, John
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« Reply #14 on: 14 February, 2011, 12:48:33 PM »


Cor....!!  For once I did a double take on the price for the right reason - its even our end of Italy.  

Is "Minonzio" a coachbuilder or a style like "Luton" or something?  I'm struggling to make sense of the interior.  My guess is that the side opens out with a narrow ledge/bar/counter and the wider bit as a roof/canopy with the silver fabric just to seal the join.   Sintoflon is an oil company with some specialsist products for historic vehicles so perhaps this was their stall at shows?

http://www.sintoflon.com/veicoli-storici/

Now what car is that bottom left on that Sintoflon page?

David

Yes, had a look on the web and it's made by Carrozzeria Antonio Minonzio which is in Varese. They specialise in "Autonegozio" - catering, market and ice cream vehicles.
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