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Craig the Princess last won the day on January 16 2019

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  1. That big fuck off hole is what was left when cutting back the inner wing... Fortunately we have someone willing to weld so it now looks like this Who said Belgian built Allegros were more rusty? He now moves on to the back of the offside sill, the boot floor, the entire nearside wing. Then the engine and suspension both need work but just look at that face...
  2. Don't see many mk3 Fiestas with mild barrying surviving these days. https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/240313534605450/
  3. Kicking things off with @Andyrew's Vauxhall Astra trio
  4. Crap advert but could be cheap. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/114826118891
  5. From @Six-cylinder's FOD thread. Estate of the nation
  6. Big thanks to @BeEP for the use of his Maestro van to collect some concrete blocks earlier.
  7. Not what I've found here. Our local garage/mot station (who I've always found fair and trustworthy) are dead at the moment, blaming the slowness on the MOT extension at this time last year meaning far fewer getting mots at the moment.
  8. Can't understand why the AA persist with relay with loads of waiting around when autoaid/green flag seem to get you one truck for most recoveries. Good luck fixing the Alfa. Cars are ungrateful bastards.
  9. It does have a very pleasing burble.
  10. 🤣🤣🤣 After what I've spent on it recently whatever it is would need to be gold plated.
  11. So I had a day out at 2 stroke to turbo just south of Cambridge today. Lovely to see @LostnotFound and LostnotFound junior in his burgundy Swedish drop top for a walk round a park and a catch up. There was a bit of a delay as the previous job was overrunning so I had to kick around for a few hours but the good news was the motor for the tonneau cover hadn't broken as they predicted so no need to replace. Just needed the ecu coded to match the hood details at 2.5 hours labour. So now it works, lovely drive home with the roof down. Heater seems to have lost its direction function so it's a bit crap and the radio code is lost. Other than that it is making me grin.
  12. Also had a loan of this 2.2 TiD 9-5 today. It was far nicer than a car with 186,000 miles should be. Lowly spec with cloth seats and no cruise control but a really nice place to sit.
  13. It's a day for getting the roof down
  14. Seeing as this Saab now lives again let's have another try. The time was 1:35 so it's lost a little performance, I'm looking well for a man twice my age in the video. Be sure to like, subscribe and share. VID_20210401_173131053.mp4
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