MORE to follow
After the treasure trove of the past few weeks’ entries, it would be foolish to change the theme now.
So let’s go back in time: this week I want to know what’s your favourite underrated/obscure gem from the 1960s?
Reply below to be in with a chance of winning a gilt edged €25 Golden Discs voucher.
The winner will be chosen by my hippie grandfather.
Please include video link where possible.
Lines MUST close at
5.15pm EXTENDED until SUNDAY 10am.
Nick says: Good luck!
Behold: the Ferrari GTB/4, aka, the Daytona – a rare and desirable sports car indeed. In its day, the GTB/4 was the fastest and costliest Ferrari ever built, capable of a staggering 281km/h.
But not just any old GTB/4. This is an ultra rare original 1967 prototype (one of four) and one of a pair presented at the 1968 Paris Auto Salon. After the show, it was gifted to a Ferrari Works driver, before being converted to its current Spyder configuration in the 1970s.
Currently on sale from Sports Classic London in mint condition.
Price on request.
— Colm 🍀🦊🌲 (@Funzo5000) September 25, 2020
Previously only available in Finland.
Going for up to 500 big ones on eBay.
Available in Ireland alongside other Lidl ‘merch’ in November.
Take that, Yeezy.
Van Morrison – Born To be Free.
‘The new normal is not normal/ We were born to be free’
The first of three promised anti-rona protest songs from Van Morrison.
Nick says: No curfew, No Mask, No Reaper.
Henry Mainwaring, pirate active off Irish coast in the early 17th century. Poacher turned gamekeeper, was pardoned and sailed for royal navy hunting pirates. Later a MP for Devon. His piratical activity nearly caused a war between England and Spain. pic.twitter.com/kAWTe7HpNa
— Irish Smuggling (@IrishSmuggling) September 25, 2020
A turncoat but he can avast my plank anytime.