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Currently a 2013 GT86, but next Monday I'm picking up a 2021 Corolla GR Sport estate.

I only own 1 car at a time these days. When I was younger I had a Fiat Panda, MK2 Fiesta and a Saxo at once.

I wasn't popular with my Dad..

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I had to take the W124 Mercedes E320 Coupe for Service and MOT today. What a pleasure it is to drive that car and I think one of the best bits the ride is wonderful.

The return was in my modern Range Rover that has just been serviced and MOTed. A big lump for just for one person with no luggage to travel 20 miles and while I often choose a cross country lane route home, with this I stuck to the main roads.

With the E320 Coupe away these are the only taxed, insured and MOTed cars we have at home and remember these are for two people.

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I usually have a few things on the drive at any time so depends what I've got planned. If I'm only working from the office I take whatever I want. Although I have nice cars I'm quite happy running around in my 500,000 mile Berlingo.            If I have to go and see customers I usually use my Vito which is my do everything machine. 

The Vito is my usual daily but I bought a 530d estate recently just to sell on but reminded how much I like them so although this one is for sale, I haven't really tried hard with the advertising yet. 

I try and use the 205 at least once a week if the weather is ok. Its currently the only 'classic' I have since I sold my Triumph 2000 a few weeks ago. I'm sure I'll have something else soon enough. That is the problem with having a trailer and virtually unlimited parking.  

 

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11 minutes ago, Fumbler said:

Today I used my feet encased in the finest GEOX shoes known to man to walk from my accommodation building to the front door of college. I have tried levitating but have consistently failed.

"There is an art to" levitating ", or rather a knack. The knack lies in learning how to throw yourself at the ground and miss." 

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2 hours ago, Six-cylinder said:

I had to take the W124 Mercedes E320 Coupe for Service and MOT today. What a pleasure it is to drive that car and I think one of the best bits the ride is wonderful.

The return was in my modern Range Rover that has just been serviced and MOTed. A big lump for just for one person with no luggage to travel 20 miles and while I often choose a cross country lane route home, with this I stuck to the main roads.

With the E320 Coupe away these are the only taxed, insured and MOTed cars we have at home and remember these are for two people.

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if you can. do.

can we come and stroke the 123 please

two wheels here. with an engine (im not insane)

shit peugeot when i have to carry stuff

 

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