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Author Topic: MOT Day for the old girl tomorrow - Fingers crossed  (Read 5835 times)

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Re: MOT Day for the old girl tomorrow - Fingers crossed
« Reply #15 on: 17 November 2015, 10:14:11 »

That's a lovely motor mate.
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Re: MOT Day for the old girl tomorrow - Fingers crossed
« Reply #16 on: 17 November 2015, 11:28:33 »

Told you , well done keeping it in that condition always nice to have a weekend toy gleaming in the garage have you got it on classic insurance ? If not it could be worth it  get an agreed value on it.

Good point, never thought of that.  Will explore when insurance is due  :y

Will tuck her up now in the garage and read her a bedtime story  ;D treated her to a full rank of fuel tonight !!!

Mine has only ever had premium fuel since I bought it 5 years ago. :y
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Re: MOT Day for the old girl tomorrow - Fingers crossed
« Reply #17 on: 17 November 2015, 11:41:04 »

 :y Tesco Ultimatum the way to go if you're doing premium, independent test shown Tesco same as or sometimes a fraction better performance than equivalent superfuels from BP/Shell etc. But Tesco regularly at 180-110p, the 'brand name' stuff normally 120pplish.. Ran my old girl on Asdas finest watered down stuff with grit and was averaging 20.9, now (also admittedly after an oil change) up to 22-23mpg exclusively town driving.

Personally I feel worth the extra 4-5p/litre - works out at about 5% more mpg for about 5% extra ...or, to put it another way, I'm using good, clean fuel, which costs me no more to run per week vs using the cheapest supermarket stuff.  :)
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