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General Car Chat / What Do You Drive Now in 2020...?
« on: 13 February 2020, 19:40:16 »
Hi all,

It's been a good while since i've posted on OOF! ...I do miss the banter and i do pop in now and again. :)

Now that the youngest Omega would be around 17 years old give or take i'm curios to hear what everyones drives these days. I'd imagine a good percentage of members no longer run an Omega for various reasons. Rust, Failed MOT etc..

So lets hear it.. What do you run now?, Should be interesting. :y 

Also give the car you run now a little personal review / how it compares to the Omega you previously had.

Now i do know there are still some minters out there so if you still run an Omega, Comment as well... Is it becoming more of a challenge to keep it on the road?, How much longer do you expect you'll be able to keep it road worthy? etc..

General Car Chat / £10,000
« on: 27 April 2019, 13:50:26 »
At least itís in the rare Star Silver...   ::)

...Only 9,000 miles  :o

General Car Chat / Low Mileage 3.2 MV6 on eBay
« on: 12 April 2019, 00:19:38 »
Spotted this auction, Be interesting to see what this one goes for... One of the lowest miles 3.2s Iíve seen for awhile on sale.  :y

General Discussion Area / All German Parts ?
« on: 22 March 2019, 05:26:42 »
Does anyone know what happened or if they are still in business. Checked their website but itís just a dead link  :-\

I believe that was the web address.

Omega General Help / What are these?
« on: 11 March 2019, 22:01:39 »
As highlighted in the picture  ???

Iím sure I recall someone-else asking this question years ago but cat find anything searching old threads.

Iíve forgotten how to post images on here (itís been awhile)  :-[ ;D

General Car Chat / £500 Banger
« on: 07 March 2019, 20:36:29 »

Omega General Help / Part Number
« on: 07 May 2018, 19:04:27 »
Hi All, Long time no see  :o...

Quick question. Whatís the GM part number for the oil filter for a 3.2  :y

Thanks in advance  :y

Here's a small clip with the beeping sound it makes with the purple fuse removed, Presumably some kind of error code?

With the fuse in place there's just a constant beep sound.

Omega General Help / A/C
« on: 16 May 2017, 19:24:27 »
The 2 front A/C fans on a 3.2 Omega, Is there a guide on the best way to remove them? One of mine seems to have seized solid :-\

... I've had a look but couldn't find a guide?

If there's no guide, Has anyone done this job? What's the best way to remove them?

Thanks in advance  :y

Omega General Help / Best place to buy?
« on: 22 April 2017, 06:32:50 »
...Bilstein B4 (front) shocks? Also what springs should I go for?

I did consider looking into B6 but they'd probably be overkill, Plus paying a fair few more £££ compared to the B4, Yet no doubt the cornering ability would be much more responsive with the B6! But then again a new set of B4 should be more than good enough especially with the condition of the roads, Even the B4 should feel pretty solid compared to the worn out units they'll be replacing that are like a bouncy castle.

The current shocks from what I can tell (barely) the label/s have worn are seem to say Sachs/GM possibly the original and at over 200k...

General Car Chat / 500bhp V6 Insignia Grand Sport
« on: 19 April 2017, 21:39:02 »

Can imagine this would have quite a hefty price tag, Definitely won't be cheap and that's if it will even be made or sold in the U.K.

Late night eBay searching...  ::)

Insignia 2.8T V6 Elite on a '58' plate with 66k currently £1,570 with 1 day 14 hours to go.

Lot of car for the money, That's if it doesn't make silly money. Just a shame there aren't that many 2.8T Elites about.

Also.... Spotted this rather nice 1993 Senator B 3.0 24v which seems to have gathered a lot of interest already even though it's got over a week left!

It does seem on face value a decent example with potential.

Personally, Out of these two I'd much prefer the Senator.

Anyway, Both should be interesting to watch and see what they go for.  :y

Omega General Help / Power steering
« on: 04 March 2017, 00:02:47 »
Anyone know the part number for the 2-pipelines that are visible in the front bumper when the bonnet is open if you know what I mean?

Seems the rust has won the battle and now there's a leak  ::)

Thanks in advance!  :y

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