Amazing original features include a stove that folds up behind the front passenger’s seat… so that cooking was to be accomplished with the seat folded forward and the stove opened in its place. There is a bed in the rear of the van, two cloth cots that attach in the open area exposed when the top is opened, and a shorter cot that attaches sideways over the front driver and passengers seats for a shorter child. The seller says that the cots are all original as well and the child cot never used.
First, most Mods fall into two camps: Vespa or Lambretta. Just like the age old Coca-Cola vs Pepsi rivalry, the two Italian scooter brands have been trying to outshine each other since the start. (I'm a Coke fan by the way) ...
The Knack… and How to Get It was a British film released in 1965 about the sexual revolution in swinging London-town, complete with a Greek chorus of disapproving members of society’s “older generation”. In the film, bookish teacher Colin (played by Michael Crawford) is frustrated by the womanizing ways of his housemate, Tolen (played by Ray Brooks).
The film opens with a series of mannequin-esque women in tight sweaters and short skirts, robotically waiting in line to get with Tolen.