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Don't pay full price! 'Rallying in the 1960s' DVD discount code below...
'Rallying in the 1960s' is now on sale and you can get the DVD for just £12.99 by entering a special Crash.net discount code, provided by our friends at Duke Video.

Information about the new DVD (pictured) can be found below, but here's how you can save £'s on the RRP:

CLICK HERE and you will be taken to the 'Rallying in the 1960s' product page on the official Duke Video shop (opens in a new window).

2. You might see that the price has been cut from £19.99 to £16.99 - but as a Crash.net viewer you are going to get it reduced to just £12.99!

3. Click 'Add to Basket'. Then click 'View Basket or Checkout'.

5. Now enter "Crash" in the promotional code box at the bottom of the Checkout page and click 'Activate'.

Like magic, the price of your DVD will drop to £12.99! Then just enter your payment details if you want to buy. P&P is free.

Orders can also be placed over the phone, just call: 01624 640 000 - and don't forget to mention that promotional code to get your discount.


Rallying in the 1960s DVD

"The BP Video Library is a treasure trove of motorsport film, packed with rare gems showing the great names, great machines and great contests of years gone by.

"An extensive archive created on behalf of the oil giant, the Library includes the only surviving moving pictures of important motorsport events. In recent years Duke has worked closely with the Video Library to bring some undiscovered and rarely-seen films to DVD.

"The most recent is Rallying in the 1960s we have chosen two evocative programmes which capture the spirit and atmosphere of the special stages of the decade.

"Lap of the Gods is an action-packed record of the 1966 Acropolis Rally, considered the roughest and toughest European motoring event.




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