If you are a Panther collector this stuff could help put together some of your bikes. Ford 2.8 V6 (Cologne) engine and rare automatic gearbox, Twin exhaust pipes. 1983 Panther Kallista Not for the shy, For sale my stunning Panther Kallista, Rare 2.0 litre Ford edi conversion,giving amazing mpg & performance. Will come serviced with new MOT 1923 Phelon & Moore 555cc Sport (1 of 4 left in the world) One of the rarest motorcycles of the world. 1953 Panther Svalan 75 L, 348 cc, 16800 km very good original condition, in good driving order with swedish documents Motorrad Kantert, Linsellesstr. Panther Kallista 2.8 V6 Fully factory built with aluminium body. It is finished in the desirable colour combination of Brooklands Green with biscuit leather interior, matching mohair hood and contrasting black carpets. 1979 Panther J72 4.2 overdrive only one of 368 made! One of only 368 ever made in its 8-year production run. She has always been garaged and never exposed to the elements, great colour ..... The car needs a bit work in the interior, like new carpet, seats, steeringwheel. 1987 Panther Kallista 2.8 1987 Panther Kallista 2.8 This rare automatic variant is fresh from long term ownership and has covered a mere 24,000 miles from new. 1987 RARE PANTHER KALLISTA 2.8 IN TORNADO RED MORE PICTURES CAN BE FORWARDED VIA WHATSAPP ON REQUEST ALSO ADVERTISED ON AUTOTRADE Approximately 70 of these beautiful rare cars left,last owner is a retired RAF pilot who owned this hand built aluminium Panther since 1993. Panther motorcycles were manufactured by Phelon & Moore (P&M) in Cleckheath, Yorkshire from 1900 to 1967. 1978 Panther Lima 2.3 MK I - 68.000 Mls FOR $ALE : Original 1978 Panther Lima 2.3 MK I - 68.000 Mls No.#5206 from 6000 ! The hole underbody of the car has been restored, as seen in the pictures.Speakers, audiences, discussions and your teams were simply brilliant.Your organisational ability, time keeping and team work was very impressive and NHS leaders can learn a lot from you all.
The proximity of Bedford Castle does not appear to have greatly affected the early history of the borough, which, strengthened by royal charters, retained independence of the powerful feudal lords dwelling so near.
2) Bedford, the county town, stands on both banks of the River Ouse and includes within its boundaries the five ancient parishes of St. In the great raid of 1010 the Danish army, moving down the Ouse, took Bedford and burned it. 10) It may well be that the 10th-century 'abbey of Bedford' came to an end as a result of this disaster. 11) One result of Edward's fortification south of the Ouse appears to have been the formation of a township on either bank of the river.
Bedford also suffered in the Danish wars of the 11th century.
I have attended events like this on and off for 18 years and I can honestly say I cannot recall a better run forum. I will be in touch regarding future working with you First of all thanks a lot for asking me to Chair and also doing session on Authentic Leadership.
I really enjoyed both days and I am very impressed with the whole event.