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 61 
 on: Yesterday at 19:09:25 
Started by terry paget - Last post by dave the builder

My Zaffy-A just will not rust or break down, despite my best attempts.  Its annoyingly reliable - as long as I put some electricity in it every few weeks when its unused, it just works, despite the glowplugs being sheared. Its so damn annoying.  Hopefully the new MOT rules will kill it.
first used on or after 1 August 1979 and before 1 July 2008
Maximum smoke value (absorption coefficient) measured under free
acceleration =3.0m-1 or plate value if lower  :y
what new rule will kill it ?

 62 
 on: Yesterday at 19:05:47 
Started by Sir Tigger QC - Last post by Tilbo
It is Opti surprises a lot of folk.😎

 63 
 on: Yesterday at 18:48:52 
Started by TheBoy - Last post by Kevin Wood
Sat nav error, can't trust them.😂
You jest, but the stupid handheld ones can easily get the wrong direction after stopping for any reason, eg traffic, and won't correct until its convinced of direction of movement.  During this time, it can give duff instructions.  They should be banned.
Because we all know just how good built in ones are ;D
They're great when you accidentally drive through a wormhole and end up back in 1978, because the maps are then perfectly up to date. ;D

 64 
 on: Yesterday at 18:48:21 
Started by Webby the Bear - Last post by Doctor Gollum
Ets off ebay :y

 65 
 on: Yesterday at 18:45:51 
Started by Gaffers - Last post by Field Marshal Dr. Opti
I'm not sure what the difference would be, you either take the hit directly on lease or indirectly in the depreciation of your asset.  :-\

The old adage.

If it appreciates (houses) buy it.........If it depreciates (cars) rent it.
If you buy wisely you can mitigate the depreciation. I'm obviously talking about buying used, not new.

Yes.......buying a 7 litre Cobra in 1968 when nobody wanted them would have proved a fine investment today. :)

 66 
 on: Yesterday at 18:42:50 
Started by Gaffers - Last post by Doctor Gollum
I'm not sure what the difference would be, you either take the hit directly on lease or indirectly in the depreciation of your asset.  :-\

The old adage.

If it appreciates (houses) buy it.........If it depreciates (cars) rent it.
How about...

Never have more than 50% of your household income tied up in things with engines  :D

 67 
 on: Yesterday at 18:40:25 
Started by TheBoy - Last post by STEMO
Sat nav error, can't trust them.😂
You jest, but the stupid handheld ones can easily get the wrong direction after stopping for any reason, eg traffic, and won't correct until its convinced of direction of movement.  During this time, it can give duff instructions.  They should be banned.
Because we all know just how good built in ones are ;D
He's only been back five minutes and he's scrapped our railways and sat navs already.  ;D

 68 
 on: Yesterday at 18:39:04 
Started by TheBoy - Last post by Doctor Gollum
Sat nav error, can't trust them.😂
You jest, but the stupid handheld ones can easily get the wrong direction after stopping for any reason, eg traffic, and won't correct until its convinced of direction of movement.  During this time, it can give duff instructions.  They should be banned.
Because we all know just how good built in ones are ;D

 69 
 on: Yesterday at 18:39:00 
Started by Gaffers - Last post by STEMO
I'm not sure what the difference would be, you either take the hit directly on lease or indirectly in the depreciation of your asset.  :-\

The old adage.

If it appreciates (houses) buy it.........If it depreciates (cars) rent it.
If you buy wisely you can mitigate the depreciation. I'm obviously talking about buying used, not new.

 70 
 on: Yesterday at 18:37:52 
Started by jimmy944 - Last post by Doctor Gollum
What more do you need from a builder's skip :y

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