i got a couple more jobs done over christmas:
the quarterlights were an absolute ballache. the dash needs a bit of a rejig, bit it looks great...
perspex, if you are interested, to save those grams. I now need to work out how the fuck i am going to mount the perspex side windows with racy sliders.
Or the url on the back of the bus.
it's the diesel so I've done almost 500 miles now in the 2 weeks I've owned it and it's running at 26mpg which is fine for me
in the 2 weeks I've owned it the battery has gone flat 3 times so have had to remove the central locking RF booster, the passenger side rear view mirror dips when reversing but doesn't always come back to normal afterwards and the rear fuel cap opening switch is temperamental - it's ok there is a string in the boot you can pull to override that however I pulled the string too hard it came off yesterday :D
all small things and overall really happy with it. drives incredibly!
the car no-one ever went in sega rally
Ah, the NOS tanks to guaranteed the explosion will be heard either end of the island.
error - disregard
Late birthday present arrived in the post. Nice way to relax after working on my car - trying to build something even more fiddly!
Nice! Interesting piece on pistonheads yesterday, much want.
so so fucking cool imo. pricey mind..
Holy fuck. So cool
Pistonheads was a bit late at that press launch.
Definitely didn't read the company launch material.
Sorry my above link was not functioning
Does this work? it's insane.
2004 Volkswagen R32 AWD, 1800 miles- $68,500: https://cargur.us/FgnR2
Jesus, 1800 miles, that is legit bonkers. 2nd owner made me lol. So 2 people who didn't drive it then!
Still miss mine, best car I ever owned. Not driving it is a crime
A small and powerful 4/AWD car have always massively appealed to me.
The r32 Golf seemed like they ticked those boxes so well. I’m jelly.
And considering that price tag, this is a bit more my end of the spectrum!
My friend still has his standard 5dr, 2 owner car. It's just cracked over 100k miles now. I've told him that if he ever wants to sell to let me know first...
The little Panda Sisleys are excellant - a friend used to have one that got driven over the Burton Dassett hills from time to time.
I have a look every six months or so - they seem pretty rare though, and surprisingly strong money:
Inclinometer and bonnet scoop - yes please!
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