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I reckon that would be a hoot. 84bhp with a turbo would push that along quite nicely.

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Cheers. Tbh, Im surprised you were the one who knew that.  ;D
I'm just not too thick to google, like some, obviously  ;D

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Who makes PS4,s ? ……..other than PlayStation.  :-\ :D
Michelin pilot sports

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General Discussion Area / Re: Dollar shave
« on: Yesterday at 17:50:02 »
Dollar shave, got to be the best advert on the box ;D

Since seeing this topic, I've been keeping an eye out for it. Nope, still not seen it

https://www.ispot.tv/ad/7saw/dollar-shave-club-free-gift

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General Discussion Area / Re: Talking of selling houses....
« on: Yesterday at 12:43:31 »
I have been told that Emoov are the best of the online agents, but have no personal experience.

Free valuation by agent
Floorplan
'For sale' board
Professional photos
Listing on Rightmove,
Zoopla, Primelocation and more
Account manager
Viewings arranged
Buyers vetted
Offer negotiation
Sales progression

£895 (£995 London and inner M25)
– pay up front (or later with
0% finance option available)
£1,995 – pay on completion

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General Discussion Area / Re: Down to the nitty gritty
« on: 17 July 2018, 18:00:06 »
Sage advice.  :y

I'm not averse to getting balls deep in debt, but I need to know I have a way out and (more importantly) what I'm doing it for.

That said, I doubt that over the next 18-24m there will be much saving happening. But we are committed to having no debt after this house beyond a mortgage and a loan of c£100 to put SWMBO in a new car.
£100 for a new car. You spoil that girl  ;D

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General Discussion Area / Re: Down to the nitty gritty
« on: 16 July 2018, 16:09:08 »
I know you are. £40k below asking price, or just over 10% reduction.

TBH I don't think they will hang about. They went all the way down the road on another property only to find a defect in the title that meant it wasn't mortgageable. They have a cash buyer for theirs chomping at the bit.

I predict we will meet in the middle, which I will be happy with.  :y
A 10% under asking price offer is surely just an opening gambit? If you are willing to accept 5% under asking price, they've still got a great deal. If they're 'chomping at the bit', use that to your advantage. Although how much of the actual true situation they are telling you is debatable, you'd be surprised the tricks folk get up to when parting with their cash.

Good luck, mate.

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You have been shat on......from a great height  ;D

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General Discussion Area / Re: World Cup Thread
« on: 15 July 2018, 18:22:44 »
I see Putin and Napoleon were there. Friends again?

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General Car Chat / Re: So what have you done to your car today?
« on: 15 July 2018, 18:11:54 »
Big stink about stuff like this on one of the consumer shows a while back. How parent companies won't help you to sue their partners. As bigger fish swallow smaller fish, it could become a problem.

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General Discussion Area / Re: World Cup Thread
« on: 15 July 2018, 17:51:51 »
Was looking to have a flutter on todays final . But I think France will win and, they are such strong favourites, that it's just not worth it.
So I decided to back Mbappe to score in 90 minutes. He has scored in three of the last four and Sky had boosted the price from 2/1 to 4/1. At least I'll have some interest in the match.
Mercí Monsieur Mbappe  :y

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General Discussion Area / Re: World Cup Thread
« on: 15 July 2018, 17:00:47 »
I had no interest in this game. The only way I was ever going to watch it was if I had a tenner riding on it. My man can still score up to the 90th minute, so it will keep me interested.
Idiotic penalty decision btw.

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General Car Chat / Re: So what have you done to your car today?
« on: 15 July 2018, 15:25:46 »
Had rear tyres of 3.2 checked at Costco, wanted a second opinion as starting to get low. All good though, 4mm left and wearing evenly.
A second opinion? Haven't you got a tyre gauge?  :-\

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General Discussion Area / Re: World Cup Thread
« on: 15 July 2018, 10:34:13 »
Was looking to have a flutter on todays final . But I think France will win and, they are such strong favourites, that it's just not worth it.
So I decided to back Mbappe to score in 90 minutes. He has scored in three of the last four and Sky had boosted the price from 2/1 to 4/1. At least I'll have some interest in the match.

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