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  1. Woah, I've never seen an AX as late as P reg. Surely the Saxo was out by then. I also just realised that Saxo has AX in the middle of it...
  2. Phwoar! The colour scheme of that interior is spectacular!
  3. Phwoar, all that wood* must mean it's a top of the range Gold edition then! Get you!
  4. I didn't realise these were so cheap! I still consider them brand new, even though they did actually stop making them in 2016. The parents have had 3 of these in a row. They got a 2010 1.6 HDi in blue, brand new. Then in 2015 they got a 15 reg 1.6HDi in purple, also brand new. However, last December the 15 reg was written off by a knob who went too fast round a corner on ice. Apparently he's now saying it wasn't his fault and my mum hit him, but he's also gone quiet because he had some assault charges and possible jail time outstanding (unrelated to said crash). Anyway, they got
  5. I absolutely love the colour of this. I need to find an excuse to try out a Panda sometime. My sister has a 2013 facelift one in purple and I covet it.
  6. I have a slightly less quirky 9000 myself, which I got cheap partly because it hadn't had an MOT for 3 years and partly because it's the lowly CS model with a 2.0 NA 16v. It's not particularly fast, but still faster than my other car (a BMW 316i) and honestly isn't that bad on fuel. Slightly worse than the BMW but it's not like it's drinking at an alarming rate. Probably averaging somewhere in the ballpark of 30mpg. Either way, it's definitely made me a fan of old Saabs. I bought it on a whim because it was cheap and nearby and I fell for the sea of blue velour inside it, now that I'
  7. Precisely what I was going to say. Back in 2005 when I got my licence, I spent that summer driving around in my dad's SIII. It was a farm workhorse, 88 with a safari rear door. It was that classic blue/grey colour with cream roof and wheels. It didn't have a straight panel on it, and the steering was vague at best. I remember putting my whole body weight on the brake pedal and actually lifting myself off the seat in order to pull up from anything faster than about 30mph. The top half of the doors would rattle around so much you could see glimpses of daylight between the windsc
  8. Part of me thinks the other guy did better with 2nd prize. Looks like a much more usable daily. However, that Citigo is MENTAL.
  9. Yeah, I seem to have inadvertently developed an affinity for 90s base spec chod. I love them both.
  10. I usually keep one outside the house, one round the corner. However there are roadworks starting on the street in front of the house so now they're both together in the spaces round the corner. An actual photo of them together for once!
  11. Looks tidier than another certain K reg Saab round here that was off the road for a bit before being rescued. Also, what about the other red 900 convertible you have...?
  12. My cat only cost something like £65 to be put to sleep 2 years ago. I should get another cat but currently both the kitchen and living room are in a state of being half-finished and I don't want to introduce a cat to that mess, it would be unfair on the cat.
  13. I guess he liked driving Jim Bell's Cavalier so much he wanted one of his own.
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