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Fisheries Creek Camp Site Hayling Island
England

Bongo Camper Van Rally

An assortment of Mazda Bongo - Mazda Friendee - Ford Freda from the Bongo Fury club meet for a Summer Bash at the Fisheries Creek Campsite on Hayling Island on the South Coast of England.

Copyright: Geoff Mather
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Chargée: 05/08/2009
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Tags: camper van; bongo; mazda; ford; friendee; freda; bongo fury; hayling island; g8dhe
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