3-Year-Old Maestro

  Pineman100 14:25 31 Dec 10

This lad clearly has a future - he even picks his nose in time with the music.

Do watch the end, though, when it all goes a bit wrong.

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  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 14:39 31 Dec 10

3-Year-Old Maestro

I thought they had stop building the Maestro years ago.
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  morddwyd 15:34 31 Dec 10

Certainly did away with mine, gave me a Visa debit card instead!

  Pineman100 18:26 01 Jan 11

the Maestro I had in mind, but yes - I remember it well.

Bearing in mind that a Maestro is one who exhibits supreme skill at what he does, it was possibly the most misnamed car ever!

  Armchair 19:27 01 Jan 11

I know it isn't what your topic is supposed to be about, but I'd just like to say that my dad owned one of the later models equipped with a Perkins diesel engine (non-Turbo version), and it was a very good car indeed. Practical, economical, and reliable.

  jakimo 00:42 02 Jan 11

I always new them as rust buckets

  wolfie3000 01:13 02 Jan 11

I always liked the Rover Maestro, one of the few attractive cars ever built.

The front end with those square headlights and that grill, a real good looking car.

  Pineman100 14:33 02 Jan 11

...but what about the young conductor. Pretty amazing, eh?!

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