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 Volvo ! 50 years and 2 millions miles later still going strong and better than ANY new car out there.
14th Oct 2019 12:17:59 
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Ok it's had a new engine, wheels, shocks, body, exhaust etc but essentially the same car (see Triggers Broom for reference)
 Taking simulation to the extreme by 'making' the opponent do it [Link]
14th Oct 2019 12:13:57 
[81.lo.gg.ed] 
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 Wallys gone.
14th Oct 2019 12:13:11 
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middle aged don
To meet Vinnie Jones
 Repd, same neighbor that came home trollied and parked in their lounge recently?? πŸ˜‚
14th Oct 2019 12:12:30 
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middle aged don
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 Worst car I ever had was the Renault 14 - even my Ford Orion was better, which gives you some idea how awful it was! πŸ˜‚
14th Oct 2019 12:10:18 
[81.lo.gg.ed] 
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 MAD - my neighbour had one
14th Oct 2019 12:03:33 
[143.lo.gg.ed] 
No further comment necessary
 Meanwhile, FIAT = 'fix it again Tony'
14th Oct 2019 11:45:58 
[81.lo.gg.ed] 
kansas city milkman
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 Audi
14th Oct 2019 11:39:25 
[86.lo.gg.ed] 
Vorsprung Durch Technik
 XR3i was my first motor.
14th Oct 2019 11:36:13 
[86.lo.gg.ed] 
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 The most disgusting car I ever saw.... Princess. Whose going to own up?
14th Oct 2019 11:31:53 
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middle aged don
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 Jabod saying how rusty the old Fords could get, Lancias liked a bit of rust too if I remember rightly.
14th Oct 2019 11:27:50 
[89.lo.gg.ed] 
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 My first three cars were all Lancias - Prisma, Delta HF Turbo (yes, the Martini colours) and Thema. After marrying, the Thema was sold and we used my wife's Ford Granada. Kept the family car line going with a Peugeot 406 Estate and now have a Saab 9-5 Estate. Both the Delta and Thema were great fun to drive, but were also money pits.
14th Oct 2019 11:23:19 
[81.lo.gg.ed] 
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 So come on, who had a graphic equaliser and didn't have a scooby how to use it? lol
14th Oct 2019 11:13:25 
[89.lo.gg.ed] 
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 Morning all. Ford used to have the acronym of Fixed Or Repaired Daily...
14th Oct 2019 11:13:21 
[143.lo.gg.ed] 
Remember my old man had an Ambassador for a company car. No wonder the Japanese brands took over.
 Jog On - That would be the first of the Capri's then as 1969 was the year they first hit the market. I was working in Saville Row at the time and went down to the Ford Showroom in Oxford Street by Piccadilly Tube with a work colleague (true petrol head Ted). Really disliked the car (but, as a biker, I'm pre-programmed to dislike tin cans) as, there it was in Ford's main showroom, with severely rusted wheel arches. I thought that if that was the best Ford could display what would the road cars be like.
14th Oct 2019 11:11:14 
[81.lo.gg.ed] 
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 I had a couple of Capris at different times in the past and my first car was a Ford Anglia which I use to drive to Plough Lane when I first started watching us many years ago.
14th Oct 2019 11:08:01 
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 To be honest, souping up a car now, it's more about changing the chip-set, rather than modifying the air in-take!
14th Oct 2019 11:03:59 
[89.lo.gg.ed] 
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 Diddy - Come and soup up my one if you like, second thoughts, the wife would kill me lol
14th Oct 2019 11:02:12 
[89.lo.gg.ed] 
Give me the 80's back, any day!
 Jog on... I had a lovely Cooper S PUSHING 238BHP. I made it lookthe business and it appeared in Modern Mini magazine 2 times and also in LoveMini digital magazine as i was building the engine.
14th Oct 2019 10:48:00 
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 I had a 1969 V4 2000 Capri, I think it was already about 12 years old when I got it. It went OK while tuned properly, but it needed tuning way too often. It looked the part, but I'll keep my Cooper S thank you very much :-)
14th Oct 2019 10:39:09 
[89.lo.gg.ed] 
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 Concept even 😳
14th Oct 2019 10:34:53 
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 Seeing all this car talk, I've just bought the last year model Toyota Celica, been a fan since the first generation 70's ST1600 and regretfully always had used my sensible head to buy something that was family practical over what I wanted.
14th Oct 2019 10:29:18 
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So late midlife crisis time has seen me buying a car to enjoy, tinker with and to be for me to get something for me alone. The last bit is a completely weird concert
 I wonder who updates Alan Smith's Twitter. Yesterday he was either pissed, thick or just gets a 5 year old to post for him
14th Oct 2019 08:36:10 
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changing man
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 Spit the dog... Never actually owned a Capri as was poor for cornering! Every time you went round a corner the boot end would end up being the front of the car. For me it was Mini and a few Cortinas as well as Fiesta's. Loved the 80s cars and my only regret is not having had a RS2000 MK2. P.S. Outlandish posts? I would say spot on posts :-) Read my posts back and always said the only way out of this rut is with Wordy and Sanders in midfield with the team playing attacking football not defensive. But then again every person on here is a good football manager :-)
14th Oct 2019 08:19:43 
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 REPD - my first bike was a Raleigh Budgie - it was a horrible copper orange colour and I fell off it riding down Sutton Common Road - every time I drive past that particular place I always smile - Sutton was so lovely when we first moved there from Clapham,sad how it’s turned into a giant lavatory
14th Oct 2019 07:32:09 
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Suffolk CP