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Newbie Area => Test Zone => Topic started by: Migv6 le Frog Fan on 09 June 2019, 15:51:34

Title: Postimage.org test pic.
Post by: Migv6 le Frog Fan on 09 June 2019, 15:51:34
Heres hoping.
(https://i.postimg.cc/vTBWJJ0g/DSCF1980.jpg) (https://postimg.cc/TLzLm4Mf)
Title: Re: Postimage.org test pic.
Post by: Migv6 le Frog Fan on 09 June 2019, 15:53:22
Yay, I can post pics again. Stick yer account up yer arris photobucket.  :P ;D....it looks a bit big though ?  :-\
Title: Re: Postimage.org test pic.
Post by: zirk on 10 June 2019, 15:02:06
Depends on peoples Monitor Size, but your probably find when you upload your Picture to Postimage it will give you an option to Re Size or not, so have a play with that. 800 x 600 size should work well with OOF but have a play when uploading.  ;)
Title: Re: Postimage.org test pic.
Post by: Doctor Gollum on 29 July 2019, 16:08:18
Yay, I can post pics again. Stick yer account up yer arris photobucket.  :P ;D....it looks a bit big though ?  :-\
It's an Omega, they're not exactly small :P
Title: Re: Postimage.org test pic.
Post by: Lizzie Zoom on 29 July 2019, 17:38:30
That's almost like looking at mine!

Very nice 8) 8) :D :D :y
Title: Re: Postimage.org test pic.
Post by: Migv6 le Frog Fan on 30 July 2019, 18:10:42
Looks better now as the scabby number plates have been replaced with new ones housed in irmscher surrounds.  :)
Title: Re: Postimage.org test pic.
Post by: Doctor Gollum on 30 July 2019, 18:53:35
Looks better now as the scabby number plates have been replaced with new ones housed in irmscher surrounds.  :)
How long ago was that :o
Title: Re: Postimage.org test pic.
Post by: 2boxerdogs on 30 July 2019, 19:11:41
Lovely looking car.
Title: Re: Postimage.org test pic.
Post by: Migv6 le Frog Fan on 01 August 2019, 22:48:35
Looks better now as the scabby number plates have been replaced with new ones housed in irmscher surrounds.  :)
How long ago was that :o

Number plate surrounds fitted three years ago.  :o.....so this pic predates that. Didn't even realise I has owned the car that long !
Title: Re: Postimage.org test pic.
Post by: Migv6 le Frog Fan on 01 August 2019, 22:50:14
Lovely looking car.

Thanks Tilbo. I really want a CL500 as my weekend car, but cant bring myself to part with the old Omega. Its a lovely thing to drive.  :)
Title: Re: Postimage.org test pic.
Post by: tunnie on 06 August 2019, 15:08:47
The arse looks very high  :-\

Great colour that on the Omega, looks in great shape  :y
Title: Re: Postimage.org test pic.
Post by: Doctor Gollum on 06 August 2019, 15:43:47
The arse looks very high  :-\

Great colour that on the Omega, looks in great shape  :y
If you're comparing it with yours, don't forget that yours is knackered ;D

Albs has plod springs iirc :y
Title: Re: Postimage.org test pic.
Post by: Shackeng on 06 August 2019, 15:48:36
Nice looking tailpipes Albs, where did you get the back box? Mine are tatty looking pipes.
Title: Re: Postimage.org test pic.
Post by: 2boxerdogs on 06 August 2019, 16:27:30
Lovely looking car.

Thanks Tilbo. I really want a CL500 as my weekend car, but cant bring myself to part with the old Omega. Its a lovely thing to drive.  :)
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If I had a double garage at the time I would have never have let mine go, my Merc is great got more power than I'll ever need but there is just something about the Omega I love.
Title: Re: Postimage.org test pic.
Post by: Mr.OmegaMan on 06 August 2019, 22:50:53
Lovely looking car.

Thanks Tilbo. I really want a CL500 as my weekend car, but cant bring myself to part with the old Omega. Its a lovely thing to drive.  :)
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If I had a double garage at the time I would have never have let mine go, my Merc is great got more power than I'll ever need but there is just something about the Omega I love.

Know what you mean, I'll always love the Omega as you say there's just something about them. I'll try and keep my Omega as long as possible but with the amount of rust in various areas, the engine burning oil, transmission clonking into gears under hard acceleration etc..etc.. Can't complain it has done around 217k if i recall.... It probably wont last long standing now I have the CLS500. At least it will make a nice garden ornament.......

As good as the Mercedes CLS is it just lacks something the Omega has. Although I don't really feel anything for modern cars in general.. Only thing i look for now is performance and handling with reasonable comfort and creature comforts like heated/cooled seats etc.... New cars now they are like a smartphone on wheels these days. Fashionable to change yearly  ::)
Title: Re: Postimage.org test pic.
Post by: henryd on 08 August 2019, 14:09:59
Looks better now as the scabby number plates have been replaced with new ones housed in irmscher surrounds.  :)

Without pictures its never happened :D :D,has it still got rear arches  ::) :y
Title: Re: Postimage.org test pic.
Post by: Migv6 le Frog Fan on 10 August 2019, 17:59:21
Will try and post a couple of pics soonish when I get time. Rear arches are fine, although the paintwork around there and some other places needs a little attention. Still get quite a lot of positive comments about it from people though.
Gave a bloke a lift in it yesterday who is a lifelong car mechanic / trader/ racer, and he was raving about what a superb car it is, regardless of its age, or the 185k on the clock.
I really do like this car a lot. Its by far the best Omega Ive had, since spending the time / effort / money to get it pretty much how I want it.
I had planned on replacing it with a CL500 around now, but I cant bring myself to part with it tbh.  :)
Title: Re: Postimage.org test pic.
Post by: 2boxerdogs on 10 August 2019, 20:16:41
Lovely looking car.

Thanks Tilbo. I really want a CL500 as my weekend car, but cant bring myself to part with the old Omega. Its a lovely thing to drive.  :)
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If I had a double garage at the time I would have never have let mine go, my Merc is great got more power than I'll ever need but there is just something about the Omega I love.

Know what you mean, I'll always love the Omega as you say there's just something about them. I'll try and keep my Omega as long as possible but with the amount of rust in various areas, the engine burning oil, transmission clonking into gears under hard acceleration etc..etc.. Can't complain it has done around 217k if i recall.... It probably wont last long standing now I have the CLS500. At least it will make a nice garden ornament.......

As good as the Mercedes CLS is it just lacks something the Omega has. Although I don't really feel anything for modern cars in general.. Only thing i look for now is performance and handling with reasonable comfort and creature comforts like heated/cooled seats etc.... New cars now they are like a smartphone on wheels these days. Fashionable to change yearly  ::)
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Took a deposit on my Merc today gets collected on Tuesday had it 4 years & it hasn't missed a beat probably get rid of the Hyundai as well , had a Hemi Jeep for a while & will probably go back to another.
Title: Re: Postimage.org test pic.
Post by: dave the builder on 10 August 2019, 20:53:06
you did have to pay all that dosh out on the Ariel base rubber Mr Tilbo  :-\
and you replaced most of the Hyundai for new parts  :P
Perhaps keep the Hyundai for towing and get one of those French Diesel Renault Cl-Eeyore things as a posh car  :P
Title: Re: Postimage.org test pic.
Post by: Mr.OmegaMan on 10 August 2019, 21:20:50
Surprised you sold the E430, But given the opportunity for profit on a car owned many years Id find it hard to turn down as well :y

Good luck with the hunt for the replacement. Do like them C63 AMGs just watch out they can have expensive issues especially with the early 63 engines if you go down that road  :y