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 61 
 on: Yesterday at 15:25:07 
Started by Darth Loo-knee - Last post by Mr Skrunts
A flat chested young woman goes out looking for a new bra one day.

She tries shop after shop trying to find a size 28A yet she can't get one anywhere.

Finally, in desperation, she tries her fortunes in a little unmentionables shop run by an woman who's hard of hearing.

"Have you got anything in size 28A?" asks the young woman.

"What was that, dear?" says the old woman.

The young woman repeats herself again.

Still the old woman can't hear her, so the young woman lifts up her T-shirt baring her breasts and says, "Have you got anything for these?"

The old woman peers at the woman's boobs and says, "No, dear. Have you tried Clearasil?"

 62 
 on: Yesterday at 15:25:06 
Started by Tilbo - Last post by Andy B
Not many would keep up on the thirties behind my Smart Roadster ..... all 700cc & 80 bhp. Sticks to the road like the proverbial to a blanket. I've upset various 'fast' cars when I've caught them up again at the next bend ..... obviously they leave me behind on the long straights.   :y

 63 
 on: Yesterday at 15:20:58 
Started by Tilbo - Last post by STEMO
Its all definately a matter of personal taste.ive driven many a modern/ nearly new car and found them all very much of a muchness.my boss has had bmw,audi and mercs and to be honest they all felt harsh and uninspiring to be in.thry were all large saloons.
Same goes for smaller stuff like astras fiestas vws etc. All seem fine to do what they are designed to do but again no character.sure do a long journey in something modern and you may well get there with no aches and pains but would i feel as if id actually enjoyed the drive ?  Most likely not.

Now if i were to go to northumerland for example in a hc viva or mk1 cav i would thoroughly enjoy the journey .the cav especially having a near perfect driving position and handling and obviously the omega too for unrivalled comfort.

Please remeber thou that this is MY opinion. Most of my friends would think the entire opposite to me and thry are not wrong as such ,just thats what they prefer.
You're just weird.  ;D

 64 
 on: Yesterday at 15:16:32 
Started by Tilbo - Last post by cam.in.head
Its all definately a matter of personal taste.ive driven many a modern/ nearly new car and found them all very much of a muchness.my boss has had bmw,audi and mercs and to be honest they all felt harsh and uninspiring to be in.thry were all large saloons.
Same goes for smaller stuff like astras fiestas vws etc. All seem fine to do what they are designed to do but again no character.sure do a long journey in something modern and you may well get there with no aches and pains but would i feel as if id actually enjoyed the drive ?  Most likely not.

Now if i were to go to northumerland for example in a hc viva or mk1 cav i would thoroughly enjoy the journey .the cav especially having a near perfect driving position and handling and obviously the omega too for unrivalled comfort.

Please remeber thou that this is MY opinion. Most of my friends would think the entire opposite to me and thry are not wrong as such ,just thats what they prefer.

 65 
 on: Yesterday at 15:11:23 
Started by Sir Tigger QC - Last post by STEMO
FWIW, WBAC offered me 17k on the Skoda.

It failed to sell at 18.5k, privately, earlier this year.

That doesn't seem like an awful deal, really.. they just aren't interested in cars only fit for the crusher ;)

17000 for a derv Skoda?............has the world gone mad? :)
Someone bought it new...  So yes, madness :D ::)

That would be me, the breakless retard ;D
Wuckfit!  ;D

 66 
 on: Yesterday at 15:09:56 
Started by Sir Tigger QC - Last post by aaronjb
FWIW, WBAC offered me 17k on the Skoda.

It failed to sell at 18.5k, privately, earlier this year.

That doesn't seem like an awful deal, really.. they just aren't interested in cars only fit for the crusher ;)

17000 for a derv Skoda?............has the world gone mad? :)
Someone bought it new...  So yes, madness :D ::)

That would be me, the breakless retard ;D

 67 
 on: Yesterday at 15:09:40 
Started by Tilbo - Last post by STEMO
I was once waiting at a red light in the MX5...

Elite Pete was once sitting at the end of a runway in an MX5.. Waiting for a gaggle of 3.0 and 3.2 Omegas to catch up. ;D

I really don't care about the MX5s image. It is probably the most entertaining production car I've driven. Not the fastest, by a long way, but it's not remotely comparable with a Triumph Shitfire. ;)

This is a rumour like Roswell. 8) 8)
There's video evidence somewhere, IIRC. ;D

.. but I know for a fact my 3.2 would be blown away my Mrs. KW's MX5... Up to about 125 MPH, at any rate. :-X
Roller skate v two ton barge...who'd have thunk it?  ::)

 68 
 on: Yesterday at 15:08:27 
Started by Sir Tigger QC - Last post by STEMO


Given the very low prices WBAC offer, shouldn't you have wanted more for a P/X rather than just letting them match it?  :-\
WBAC prices, more or less, match the trade in price given on Parkers.

The figures:
Renault captur 1.5dci nav. List price ~17500. We got ours pre reg, 2 months old, 7 miles on the clock for ~12250.
Two years on, captur now done 18,000 miles, we got 8500 against the astra.
Vauxhall astra 1.6 cdti auto. List price ~18000. 12 months old, 9000 miles, we got it for 10,120.

So, we gave EH our captur and 1620 for the astra which, as I explained at the time, we needed because the wife was having trouble with her left leg and needed an auto.

We were very happy with the prices paid for both cars and the trade in we got, and that's what matters.
Cue the maths teachers.

This is of course what matters and I'm not having a go Uncle STEMO.  :-*

I'm just surprised and am now wondering if WBAC has become the benchmark for trade prices.  :-\
You're not the type to have a go, Tigger, I know that. It's that Lincolnsausageshire fella who keeps picking on me, in between making funny models with his carrots and turnips.  ;D

 69 
 on: Yesterday at 15:04:35 
Started by terry paget - Last post by cam.in.head
Exactly .and as i said earlier no disrespect to either type of owner.
To be honest i tend to hang onto and maintain all the things i own that i wish to keep (because i like them/want to /prefer to another type etc)and will just do whatever they need as time goes on. This is why i still have my cars,my hifi,my old phone ,my crt tv's etc. ! !

 70 
 on: Yesterday at 15:00:02 
Started by Field Marshal Dr. Opti - Last post by Rods2
Be very careful if Mrs STEMO complains of having dry eyes and buys an over the counter bottle of eye drops. :-X It only takes a few drops added to your food and it's bye bye STEMO. A US wifey has just been charged with doing this and killing her husband. :o The bad news is it obviously fails the not detectable poison test. :-[

Yep. That's no good. What she needs is a sudden, tragic, accidental camping equipment failure in his vicinity to send him into orbit and . Now, ... <rubs chin> :-X

Glider flying in Syria in IAF markings. ::) ::) ::)

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