Yeah, that's the one , I used to go into the bike dealership in Oban every lunchtime (it's now evobikes i believe) and sit on the Muddy Fox and play wi the gears, pull the brakes, leave sticky fingerprints all over it then go and buy my cotter pins for my cranks as i had an old 5 spd racer frame wi flat handlebars and chunky tyres that i used to rag about the forest roads and paths where we stayed in Dalavich, 28 miles into the darkest Argyllshire hills up Loch Awe side. The cranks on the racer were held in wi cotter pins and i always used to shear them attempting to do stuff on the racer that it was clearly not designed for.
Anyway my parents knew about the bike as i mentioned it to them every day for a month leading up to my birthday and one week beforehand it was gone - no longer in the window, i was heartbroken and inconsolable for the week leading up to my birthday but unbeknown to me my folks had been in and bought it for which i have eternally grateful for ever since as it cost a fortune back then, cue my birthday morning and i did not want to get out of bed as i was depressed, my folks came up to my room and gave me my birthday card which i opened and inside was a handbook for the muddy fox explorer, i ran downstairs and there it was in all it's glory - to say i was chuffed is an understatement, i did thousands upon thousands of miles on that bike, 50-60 miles a day as a 14yr old kid, i practically explored every inch of Argyll on it over the next couple of years. And they had got me the poster as well wi Jacquie sitting on the rock - I'll tell you something though , the bike in the picture is not a muddy fox, i met Jacquie at SSWC back in 2007 and mentioned to her bout it and she said it was one of Charlie Cunningham's frames (her partner), not a muddy fox at all - so there's a bit of trivia for you.
I'd still like an original poster though so if anyone has one or knows of one i'll pay good £ for it.