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  1. Baz

    E46 3-Series....

    ....Specifically the Touring, with the 2-litre diesel....Are they any good? I've tried hard to like the Citroen, but the truth is I don't....Think it'll soon have to go, in favour of something (Still with dog space, and diesel economy) a bit better to drive, before the tedium of it all gets to me, and I like the look of these. What's all this about "Swirl Flaps"?
  2. ^^ Seasonal Felicitations to all of you, my Shitey chums!
  3. The GS Estate looks very nice....I don't really know if it's WORTH the asking price, but I'd probably pay it if I could afford it....I'm sure there are loads of muppets like me about, including someone who'd pay four grand for a Maestro van!
  4. http://www.autotrader.co.uk/classified/ ... ?logcode=p ....Can just imagine it, lowered a little, and on something like Rota RBs....I'm seriously tempted, if only I could think of somewhere to put it!
  5. Kinda Jealous....Why should stuff like this seem so desirable? There really is something wrong with all of us!
  6. Really? Look up the definition of "Classic" in the dictionary....Are you saying that every pre-1989 is a classic? Guess when it comes to "Classic Cars" it's very much down to the individual, but I certainly disagree here! Back to the Honda though....Anything from Japan, with flip-lights, is just fine by me....Very nice.
  7. Here's my much-loved example: Sold for £1295 a year or so ago, due to lack of garage....I'm not bothered by "image" personally - If anyone wants to come over and call the sixteen and a half stone, bearded, shaven-headed oaf behind the wheel a poof, let them give it a crack....I'm a sucker for a proper open-topped sports car, and that the MX-5 is such a hoot to drive quickly whilst asking nothing of it's owner in return, makes it the default choice....Unless you can stretch to an S2000 of course!
  8. Heh....Just came across this: ....Aforementioned BX, post accident!
  9. I was having similar thoughts myself....I definitely would!
  10. The Alfa is a Series 3 Spider....Gorgeous. And the Spitfire looks like a GT6 to me.
  11. Ahh....Something else to look forward to then! Thanks for the advice!
  12. That's why I love this forum/forums in general....Always someone with the answer! Thanks chaps!
  13. I think I've gone off the idea of these already....I don't think I'm really a Saab man! It's four days since my Mazda went, and already I've got a hankering for something else Japanese....Maybe something Celica or Prelude shaped, with a manual gearbox, for a little trackday fun?
  14. Yeah....How come simple jobs on cars are no longer simple? Two examples in the past week: A headlamp bulb on the Getz....You need either tiny girl hands, or six inch long fingers to get in there and unclip the bloody thing....Clipping the new one back in took about ten minutes, and involved the use of many, many swearwords....Some of which I think I made up! Wiperblades on the C5....You can't lift the arm far enough away from the screen to remove the blade with the bonnet open OR closed....The only thing I can think of to do, is undo the arms, and either move them round on the spindles a bit, or remove them altogether, but they seem to be seized on.....GRRRRR!!!! As it is, I'm not really happy with the quality of the Ebay special blades that I have, so I've applied liberal quantities of WD40 in the hope that they free up for when I get some decent blades to go on there! It was the same with my '55 plate Megane....Headlamp bulb replacement was REALLY fiddly....And this is for someone who used to work on cars for a living....What the hell is going on?
  15. It's a bit pointless really, isn't it? Most of them don't work (Including mine), apparently due to faulty actuators.
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