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Rangie

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Re: Nice 3.2 on the bay.
« Reply #30 on: 13 March 2020, 16:31:23 »

I think I've seen this car about. It does look tidy, if it's the one I'm thinking of.
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You're certainly in the right area, if I could keep it under cover I'd definitely go & take a look at it would love another one always regretted selling my 2.6 which was in superb nick.
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Re: Nice 3.2 on the bay.
« Reply #31 on: 13 March 2020, 16:49:26 »

It's what's underneath that counts and, if this one was rot free, it would probably be the only one in the country. You just can't stop 19 winters taking their toll. Comfortable as they are, they are horrendous on fuel consumption and I doubt they are desirable enough to keep as a Sunday car.

But each to their own.
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Re: Nice 3.2 on the bay.
« Reply #32 on: 13 March 2020, 18:42:50 »

24mpg isn't that horrendous, or that's what I keep telling myself. To me a really nice one is nice enough to keep as a Sunday car, in fact mine is almost that.
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Re: Nice 3.2 on the bay.
« Reply #33 on: 13 March 2020, 18:46:25 »

24mpg isn't that horrendous, or that's what I keep telling myself. To me a really nice one is nice enough to keep as a Sunday car, in fact mine is almost that.
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Just be nice to have a vehicle that is without doubt getting a rarer sight on our roads, as for MPG that wouldn't concern me at all always had gas guzzllers.😎
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Re: Nice 3.2 on the bay.
« Reply #34 on: 13 March 2020, 19:00:39 »

Now if I bought that house with the big garage, that's the sort of thing I'd buy to tinker with, but then I'd see something else and buy that too and so on.  ::)

Then when I kicked it, you'd see a job lot ebay 'barnfind' auction....  :D  ;D
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Re: Nice 3.2 on the bay.
« Reply #35 on: 13 March 2020, 19:15:16 »

24mpg isn't that horrendous, or that's what I keep telling myself. To me a really nice one is nice enough to keep as a Sunday car, in fact mine is almost that.
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Just be nice to have a vehicle that is without doubt getting a rarer sight on our roads, as for MPG that wouldn't concern me at all always had gas guzzllers.😎

i'm getting 23.8 MPG but have been hoofing it around recently  ;D

the lower MPG is easy to offset against the depreciation of something newer and less comfy
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Re: Nice 3.2 on the bay.
« Reply #36 on: 13 March 2020, 22:44:00 »

24mpg isn't that horrendous, or that's what I keep telling myself. To me a really nice one is nice enough to keep as a Sunday car, in fact mine is almost that.
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Just be nice to have a vehicle that is without doubt getting a rarer sight on our roads, as for MPG that wouldn't concern me at all always had gas guzzllers.😎

i'm getting 23.8 MPG but have been hoofing it around recently  ;D

the lower MPG is easy to offset against the depreciation of something newer and less comfy

Hoofing it? 23 mpg is driving Miss Daisy.  ;D
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Re: Nice 3.2 on the bay.
« Reply #37 on: 14 March 2020, 10:19:32 »

24mpg isn't that horrendous, or that's what I keep telling myself. To me a really nice one is nice enough to keep as a Sunday car, in fact mine is almost that.
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Just be nice to have a vehicle that is without doubt getting a rarer sight on our roads, as for MPG that wouldn't concern me at all always had gas guzzllers.😎

i'm getting 23.8 MPG but have been hoofing it around recently  ;D

the lower MPG is easy to offset against the depreciation of something newer and less comfy

Hoofing it? 23 mpg is driving Miss Daisy.  ;D
i'm usually slow ,see my other posts  ;D
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