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 61 
 on: Yesterday at 18:40:32 
Started by ronnyd - Last post by Doctor Gollum
Facelift 1.8 will serve you well :y

Estate is Omega sized and has slightly longer wheelbase, (more rear legroom and same as Signum), than saloon/hatch :y

Design/Elite best specs.

1.8 is manual only but will easily do 200k if looked after. Unless VXR, 2.8 is auto only, but is the only petrol v6 option.

If you must have a diseasel, the 1.9 8v (120 bhp) lump is less troublesome than the full fat 16v (150bhp), and is available manual or auto.

Avoid the 2.2 petrol... different engine to the Omega desmond and has fuel pump problems which is to replace.

Parts are cheap enough, watch for busted springs and check MoT history carefully.

Facelift and ideally '57/'08/'58 and you won't go far wrong :y

 62 
 on: Yesterday at 18:40:04 
Started by Doctor Gollum - Last post by dave the builder
John Ha has moved to the midlands. He may be heading this way  :o
This may be due to climate change and global warming
I moved to the top of a hill in Derbyshire ,just in case the ice walls melt etc

 63 
 on: Yesterday at 18:36:40 
Started by ronnyd - Last post by TheBoy
It may be too late for Ronnyd but a Signum will make the owner very attractive to women. :)
But not a patch on a Marina TC :P

 64 
 on: Yesterday at 18:35:43 
Started by ronnyd - Last post by Field Marshal Dr. Opti
It may be too late for Ronnyd but a Signum will make the owner very attractive to women. :)

 65 
 on: Yesterday at 18:35:20 
Started by bomberdeluxe - Last post by TheBoy
There are a few different types, all look identical from the outside, but internally take different batteries etc.

TBH, not worth the effort, and with global warming and all that BS, we need to fill landfill more to raise the ground level.

 66 
 on: Yesterday at 18:35:13 
Started by ronnyd - Last post by STEMO
.... i am now looking for a replacement. Thoughts on a Vectra C please.
There is NOTHING to like about the god awful Vectra-C, except perhaps space.  An awful ride, and anything more powerful than the 2.0DTi engine shows the (lack of) capabilities in the chassis.
Yeah. But might be ok for ronny. You know....someone normal.  ;D

 67 
 on: Yesterday at 18:33:51 
Started by Doctor Gollum - Last post by STEMO
I know two people called Darius... Both are Polish and both are quick to complain and lacking on the initiative front. Also both work shy... And I suspect both remainders ::)
He'll be one of those two, then. Have a word, will ya?  ;D

 68 
 on: Yesterday at 18:33:13 
Started by ronnyd - Last post by Field Marshal Dr. Opti
.... i am now looking for a replacement. Thoughts on a Vectra C please.
There is NOTHING to like about the god awful Vectra-C, except perhaps space.  An awful ride, and anything more powerful than the 2.0DTi engine shows the (lack of) capabilities in the chassis.

........but other than these minor faults I think you're suggesting the Sigvec is a fine motor car. :)

 69 
 on: Yesterday at 18:30:19 
Started by ronnyd - Last post by TheBoy
.... i am now looking for a replacement. Thoughts on a Vectra C please.
There is NOTHING to like about the god awful Vectra-C, except perhaps space.  An awful ride, and anything more powerful than the 2.0DTi engine shows the (lack of) capabilities in the chassis.

 70 
 on: Yesterday at 18:28:57 
Started by Doctor Gollum - Last post by STEMO
That.s all we need, another "newbie" coming along and telling all us old reprobates how to behave. ::)

Is he for real or is it somebody on here?

Seems big on piety.
Steak and kidney?

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