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BazaJT

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Re: keeping them on the road
« Reply #15 on: 02 May 2018, 18:57:03 »

Sadly Keith Senator prices these days even for a "useable" one[not a minter]seem to be beyond my meagre budget and there's no way I'm going into hock for any car.Can't access the ABS site[never could get on the forum despite a few attempts]as I'm no longer a member,so I don't know how much is being asked for it anyway,so luckily for me I can't even be tempted!
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Re: keeping them on the road
« Reply #16 on: 02 May 2018, 18:59:51 »

I sent two 24v Senators to the scrappy 19 years ago. Both had the usual problem of rust around the rear arches, but otherwise lovely cars.
At the time, I literally couldn't give them away, despite trying very hard to, as it broke my heart to see them go for bean tins. :(
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Re: keeping them on the road
« Reply #17 on: 07 May 2018, 21:45:59 »

Iíve been a fan of Vauxhall since secondary school and lucy enough to own my omega since 2007 when I took over her care from my Dad.
After many years loyal service Iím pleased to report she enjoys semi-retirement coming out on rare sunny days.
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Re: keeping them on the road
« Reply #18 on: 07 May 2018, 22:00:37 »

I sent two 24v Senators to the scrappy 19 10 years ago. Both had the usual problem of rust around the rear arches, but otherwise lovely cars.
At the time, I literally couldn't give them away, despite trying very hard to, as it broke my heart to see them go for bean tins. :(

Fixed.  :-[ ::)
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