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Discussion in 'Lounge' started by GordonH, Oct 11, 2018.
corrosion, it's only weak spot.
Also known as the goldfish car
dunno, i can see you inside a panda, assuming no other wild animal is available.....
Five gearboxes you say? In nearly 200 miles? Slightly outside the bell-curve there, finm, but only just.
....you've clearly been thinking this through......
have you considered some kind of surgical enhancement procedure?
Speaking as a 156 owner, I don't think you'd get very far in an Alfa.
hmm, i must of just been lucky with mine. mk2 156' alfa's also rock
You quote like old people fuck : o D
so, you fuck like i quote? meh, at least yer getting some.
do camels count now?
I can't complain about my 156 really, it's a 2002 face-lift one model with 76000 on it. Has been very reliable after I did all the usual 156 things - full suspension overhaul, replace variator, belts, pulleys, water pump etc. But the rust will kill it in the end, had to have a fair bit of welding for last year's MOT. I still love driving it!
now there’s an idea
If they kept to a similar concept that was applied to the first generation Panda I can fully understand that it would be a good choice re:- reliability. I still prefer my old Panda (still got 4 rotting away) to my current shopping car for it's simplicity and overall driving enjoyment.
Why have cars got so huge. Put any hatchback car from say the 80's beside a new one, why are they getting so big. A mini isn't mini anymore, it's a family car.
you can keep that fucker away from my lawn!
i guess we all want to walk out of a 60mph head on these day's, maybe the shape is more efficient too. maybe?