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  1. Thanks Amazon Happily daughter and Grandkids are ok. They say its not their fault ! Must have been my daughter revering down the street at 30mph +
  2. I have been going for decades. A proper event with such a wide range of cars to see. Two particular memories come to mind, a 6R4 in the wet and a cira 1906 grand prix style car going round while it was snowing. Its normally bloody cold as well
  3. 5 months now. Would chase them, but have a 21 plate loan for all that time
  4. Quite often if you use the bearing number rather than application it can work out alot cheaper
  5. I was given this lhd R4 a few years, got it on road and used it for a while before losing storage and had to sell it. Sadly does not appear to survived unless it went abroad again
  6. 4 months now. Dealer and Lexus have no clue now. ECU reconditioned. The Car (LS220d) was delivered running on a recovery truck, now they cannot even get it to fire. Hoping they buy the car or provide a similar replacement
  7. Pleased to see the Pontiac escaped major damage after all the work you put in and hopefully you can get your house habitable soon. Nick
  8. Just wish my 505 was roadworthy seeing this.
  9. Whats the record for a main dealer to repair a car ? Son in laws 60 plate Lexus is suffered a injector failure, 3 months later same part failed. New injector fitted under parts warranty and car wont start now. They have now had the car 3 months, yes 3 and have decided the ecu is faulty and is obsolete and nobody will attempt to repair it Absolutly staggering. Mind you the 70 plate loan car is clockingup the miles Rant over
  10. A100 went from raised door handles to flush door handles. It was a easy way to ask customers if there was a choice of parts to identify the model. Perhaps there is something for the Toyota
  11. Started Grandson training
  12. Absolutley brilliant post, had me laughing out loud much to mrs tigerfox's displeasure as she does not like me enjoying myself
  13. I could not have done the welding and have no problem them doing, it was only £120 all in. But you can see where the ordinary man in the street would feel ripped off getting a bill with a extra £75 on it
  14. Garages dont do themselves any favours do they ? Took the Picasso in for mot at 8.30, by 9.30 its online as passed with a advisory for rusty sills They ring at 11.30 to say they had to weld a hole in the chassis leg and put some injector cleaner in to pass the emissons Its my regular garage and i used to trust them fully, not so much now
  15. Needs the alternator replacing along with the belt and probably a engine mountingm not capable to do it myself these days. Its been off the road 3 years I think, but we have owned it for 12 or 13 years and probably too expensive to take to the garage Got other tat on the drive now, Phaeton Lowline
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