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#44701 ONLINE   DeeJay

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Posted 16 January 2018 - 07:09 PM

So that's a Citroen GSA and a Focus?



#44702 ONLINE   stuboy

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Posted 16 January 2018 - 11:14 PM

insured the galaxy, AA dont do multicar but offered me 10% off, so me and missus with no ncb for £600, which is quite what i was expecting, next to tax it.


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#44703 OFFLINE   greengartside

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Posted 17 January 2018 - 09:48 AM

Christ not heard of Amway for years.

 

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Posted 17 January 2018 - 09:56 AM

Came up North last night as it's MOT time and I need to do a couple of bits of non testable welding for appearances sake and a few bits and bats. Not bad weather till junction 28 on the M1 then snow. Woke up feeling like it was going to be a British version of ice road truckers but there's only 1/2" or so.
Suns out now so I've swept my working area and I'm waiting for it to dry out.
I'm sick of January MOTs I'm going to test it again in September I think to avoid this crap.

Had the CB on all the way up seems much more chat up above maybe J15 on the M1. Thought I would mention that as someone asked if they were still used much recently
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#44705 ONLINE   SiC

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Posted 17 January 2018 - 01:28 PM

Looking like I may be able to rent a garage and not cost too much either. Going to have a quick view outside tonight and if it generally looks ok, I'll get the keys to have another look inside. I guess as long as its dry and reasonably secure it'll be a go'er. Its only a 10-15 minute walk from home too, so very practical and the garages are part of a retirement flat building - so I guess its hopefully less likely for trouble makers/kids wanting to have a bit of "fun" at my expense with my car + stuff.

Told Mrs SiC and her response was:

Oh thats handy! Give me my ring and you can have a car! X


Rolls eyes

Admittedly a ring is a bit cheaper (well what she wants is) than another car. :P
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Posted 17 January 2018 - 02:05 PM

Drumming up business for 2018 AutoShite calendars: http://autoshite.com...2018/?p=1402645


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#44707 OFFLINE   scaryoldcortina

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Posted 17 January 2018 - 02:15 PM

Oh thats handy! Give me my ring and you can have a car! X

Phone her up, say you bought a car and she said to ring her...


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#44708 OFFLINE   egg

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Posted 17 January 2018 - 03:44 PM

^^
Eternity ring has bought plenty of shite forgiveness here at egg towers!
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#44709 ONLINE   SiC

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Posted 17 January 2018 - 04:05 PM

Meh. I want some recycled tin and she wants some recycled tin.... :P
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#44710 OFFLINE   Kiltox

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Posted 17 January 2018 - 04:36 PM

Meh. I want some soon to be recycled tin and she wants some recycled tin.... :P


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#44711 OFFLINE   Hooli

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Posted 17 January 2018 - 05:04 PM

Admittedly a ring is a bit cheaper (well what she wants is) than another car. :P

 

No. It only seems cheaper to start with.

 

 

 

/Cynic


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#44712 OFFLINE   adw1977

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Posted 17 January 2018 - 07:16 PM

50% off brake pads and discs at ECP until 9pm.
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#44713 OFFLINE   twosmoke300

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Posted 17 January 2018 - 07:28 PM

£65 for a set of hilux pads ! I don’t think so . Their sales are just bringing things down to normal prices
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Posted 17 January 2018 - 07:50 PM

On Facebook

 

 

 

One day a week with view to expand. Must be presentable as may have opportunity to move into other areas of the business. Quite simple task. Dismantle classic cars. Payment dependent on experience and ability. PM Me

 

Sounds 100% legit*

 

https://www.facebook...170178387083699


I estimate this car needs £3000 maybe £4000 spending on it to get it rite and when this is done it will be wotrth about £1500!!


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Posted 17 January 2018 - 10:00 PM

I took a trip across the bridge today, with the stripped C3 Pluriel body shell. Even with no engine, gearbox, interior or roof gubbins it still weighed in at 800 kilos. I was only expecting to get 40 or 50 quid, however I was pleased to have £112 transferred from EMR to my account.

Value of scrap has certainly increased, last time I weighed a car in was more than two years ago and I struggled to get 40 quid for a Metro.

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#44716 OFFLINE   HH-R

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Posted 17 January 2018 - 10:38 PM

Blimey! Just goes to show how bloated and heavy moderns have become.


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#44717 ONLINE   SiC

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Posted 17 January 2018 - 10:47 PM

Looking like I may be able to rent a garage and not cost too much either. Going to have a quick view outside tonight and if it generally looks ok, I'll get the keys to have another look inside. I guess as long as its dry and reasonably secure it'll be a go'er. Its only a 10-15 minute walk from home too, so very practical and the garages are part of a retirement flat building - so I guess its hopefully less likely for trouble makers/kids wanting to have a bit of "fun" at my expense with my car + stuff.

Told Mrs SiC and her response was:

Rolls eyes

Admittedly a ring is a bit cheaper (well what she wants is) than another car. :P

So had a wander up to where it would be. Closed up so couldn't see inside but I can pay a £10 deposit and get keys to take a look. Only irritating thing is that it's in front of a parking area and there is a yellow cross hatched area. The garage next to it has a hand written sign saying it's in use, so I suspect people park in front when it's busy.

Like this:
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Even though that one was locked, a neighbouring one was open so I took a quick look inside.
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Basically as you expect a garage! It backs onto a pile of soil, so I was worried about damp a bit. The asbestos roof had marks of where sealant was between the pieces. That wet looking mark at the back didn't feel wet, so not sure what could have caused it. I did wonder if it might have just something on a shelf back there that was spilt or even some car exhaust spewing out crap.
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2007 Honda Civic EX CTDi - The reliable runner that is like the family pet.
2010 Aldi A4 - Owned to placate the wife on my crap buying


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#44718 OFFLINE   BavarianRetro

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Posted 17 January 2018 - 11:01 PM

On Facebook

 

 

Sounds 100% legit*

 

https://www.facebook...170178387083699

 


He's OK. Nice lad. Something like super23 transport. Does transport recovery etc. I've used him a few times. I'm guessing he's picked up something for scrap money and is going to break it, but couldn't put a nut in a monkey's mouth.
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#44719 ONLINE   mercrocker

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Posted 18 January 2018 - 12:37 PM

So had a wander up to where it would be. Closed up so couldn't see inside but I can pay a £10 deposit and get keys to take a look. Only irritating thing is that it's in front of a parking area and there is a yellow cross hatched area. The garage next to it has a hand written sign saying it's in use, so I suspect people park in front when it's busy.

Like this:
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Even though that one was locked, a neighbouring one was open so I took a quick look inside.
https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/2018011...

Basically as you expect a garage! It backs onto a pile of soil, so I was worried about damp a bit. The asbestos roof had marks of where sealant was between the pieces. That wet looking mark at the back didn't feel wet, so not sure what could have caused it. I did wonder if it might have just something on a shelf back there that was spilt or even some car exhaust spewing out crap.
https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/2018011...

 

These sectional jobs that are backed onto earthbanks or soil accumulation will leech the water in through the joints and puddle on the floor.   Trouble is, you don't always see the water until a couple of days after a downpour.    Mine does this.   I blagged a massive PVC tarp from work and use it as a floor covering, pulling back the ends after any significant rainfall.   It dries out quite quickly....


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Posted 18 January 2018 - 12:46 PM

I am an eBay twat !

I was idly looking at my watch list yesterday while waiting for a guy to turn up and collect a set of tyres, I shoved my phone in my pocket when he arrived. Five minutes later, I received an email advising me that I had successfully purchased and paid for an item and it is waiting to be despatched :(

Of all the items in my watch list, at least it chose something useful - an obd scanner - thank fuck it wasn't something more expensive - I must have fumbled the buttons in my pocket somehow :)
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Posted 18 January 2018 - 12:49 PM

I am an eBay twat !

I was idly looking at my watch list yesterday while waiting for a guy to turn up and collect a set of tyres, I shoved my phone in my pocket when he arrived. Five minutes later, I received an email advising me that I had successfully purchased and paid for an item and it is waiting to be despatched :(

Of all the items in my watch list, at least it chose something useful - an obd scanner - thank fuck it wasn't something more expensive - I must have fumbled the buttons in my pocket somehow :)

 

Christ, it DOES happen!


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Posted 18 January 2018 - 12:56 PM

yep, can't blame the cat or the kids, just me being a fud.
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Posted 18 January 2018 - 03:02 PM

These sectional jobs that are backed onto earthbanks or soil accumulation will leech the water in through the joints and puddle on the floor.   Trouble is, you don't always see the water until a couple of days after a downpour.    Mine does this.   I blagged a massive PVC tarp from work and use it as a floor covering, pulling back the ends after any significant rainfall.   It dries out quite quickly....

If you can get access round the back it may be possible to clear the soil or debris from the wall.



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Posted 18 January 2018 - 04:07 PM

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Posted 18 January 2018 - 04:25 PM

https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4628/2798...
 
 
 
fuck


What did you do!?
And clean your rim!
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Posted 18 January 2018 - 04:33 PM

When I had the tyres fitted they had trouble sealing them. Recently I thought they'd been looking a bit low and I was going to pump them up, just hadn't got round to it yet, last time I drove anywhere was Tuesday morning, and the weather's been rubbish. It'd been fine up until then.

Unless it's an actual puncture, it seems like the cold weather here's made it unseal or something (car was at a friend's house in central Manchester where it's 2 degrees warmer all weekend). Got up and went out today, reversed off the drive, try to set off and there's a grumbling noise and the car pulls violently left. Can't drive that so stuck it back on the drive and got out to find the above. Don't want to use the pristine spare in January and the tyre fitters should sort it FOC based on the trouble they had sealing them so I'll chuck it in the Bini and run up soon. Rim looks undamaged luckily.


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Posted 18 January 2018 - 04:40 PM

When I had the tyres fitted they had trouble sealing them. Recently I thought they'd been looking a bit low and I was going to pump them up, just hadn't got round to it yet, last time I drove anywhere was Tuesday morning, and the weather's been rubbish. It'd been fine up until then.
Unless it's an actual puncture, it seems like the cold weather here's made it unseal or something (car was at a friend's house in central Manchester where it's 2 degrees warmer all weekend). Got up and went out today, reversed off the drive, try to set off and there's a grumbling noise and the car pulls violently left. Can't drive that so stuck it back on the drive and got out to find the above. Don't want to use the pristine spare in January and the tyre fitters should sort it FOC based on the trouble they had sealing them so I'll chuck it in the Bini and run up soon. Rim looks undamaged luckily.


One of mine kept going down before I had the rims refubed, it was the valve leaking air on mine from corrosion and loose paint around where it seals.
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#44728 ONLINE   SiC

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Posted 18 January 2018 - 05:09 PM

These sectional jobs that are backed onto earthbanks or soil accumulation will leech the water in through the joints and puddle on the floor. Trouble is, you don't always see the water until a couple of days after a downpour. Mine does this. I blagged a massive PVC tarp from work and use it as a floor covering, pulling back the ends after any significant rainfall. It dries out quite quickly....

Just got the keys and went to view it earlier. Someone on the garage I am applying for appears to have replaced the back wallwith block work.

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No idea if that's better or worse for leaking/damp soaking through? At least the soil isn't against it.

It's also full of crap. So I'll probably have to end up waiting for that to be cleared before I can sign up for it. Probably going to be a couple of weeks at least best case. :?

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1974 MGB GT - A stereotypical classic car.
2007 Honda Civic EX CTDi - The reliable runner that is like the family pet.
2010 Aldi A4 - Owned to placate the wife on my crap buying


My history: 2003 Clio II 1.2 16v (First car), 2003 Honda Civic 3dr 1.7 CTDi (Isuzu lump), 1992 Mazda MX5 1.6, 2005 Mazda RX8 192bhp, 2005 Saab 9-3 1.9TiD 150bhp, 2007 Honda Civic 2.2 CTDi, 2004 Renault Scenic 1.6 Auto (Now Kiltox FiL), 2004 Saab 9-5 2.3t (Now Hooli), 2004 Smart Roadster 80bhp
Wife history (that she used/owned but I had frequent use of): 2002 Renault Clio II 1.2 16v (Billabong!), 2006 Mazda MX5 1.8, 2004 VW Golf 1.6 FSI, 2005 Renault Scenic II 2.0 (went bad from the drive back when buying it!), 2002 Vauxhall Astra 1.6 16v (now phil_lihp ex-colleague), 2005 Renault Laguna II v6 (Now angle)

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Posted 18 January 2018 - 05:26 PM

If your local tip isn’t a total van nazi I have a van and a shovel....
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Posted 18 January 2018 - 05:36 PM

Looks shit, but I spent 2 hours lying under my car in the rain today as the bootlid drained directly on to my right knee and my right leg was slowly submerged into a puddle so I'd fucking kill for it at this point.

 

On a semi-related note my Dolly's handbrake now nearly works on a single wheel...


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