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PostPosted: Wed Mar 27, 2019 3:43 pm 
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#01. 1984 SAAB 900 T16
#02. 1988 Honda Civic 1.6i
#03. 1995 Audi A4 1.8
#04. 1997 BMW Z3 2.8 and 1987 Audi 80 1.8s
#05. 1997 BMW Z3 2.8 and 1987 Renault 5 GTS
#06. 1997 BMW Z3 2.8 and 1990 BMW 318is 16V (I'm so regretting selling the 318)
#07. 2001 BMW 330i
#08. 2011 BMW 125iC
#09. 2011 BMW 125iC and 2004 Volvo XC70 2.5T
#10. 2011 BMW 125iC and 2004 Volvo XC70 2.5T and 2007 Citroën C1
#11. 2011 BMW 125iC and 2004 Volvo XC70 2.5T and 2008 Peugeot 107

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 27, 2019 5:44 pm 
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Drives: peugeot 107
see if i can remember them all
early mini
ford corsair 1.6gt
hillman imp
jag mk10
early skoda :lol:
cortina mk1 estate
anglia estate
cortina mk1/2/3/4/5
princess
comma van ex post office
vauxhall small x post office van
escort mk2
orion
merina
datsun cherry
datsun sunny
toyota some thing
mini
mini
mini
mk1 escort van
renault kango van
renault scenic mk1
renault scenic mk2 x2
kango van
honda hrv
citroen c1
x type jag
presant
107
low milage mgf owned for 6 years
x type jag estate
i know i have missed one or 2 but its been 43 years of driving


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 19, 2019 10:48 am 
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I have owned BMW X1. BMW cars are known for their sheer driving pleasure and the ‘M’ division that produces performance-enhanced products. They have been good in serving auto enthusiasts and rear sitters with ultra-luxurious cabins and super-rugged powertrains. With a wide range of products, this brand has been able to fill up its showrooms with a lot of vehicles catering to different tastes of the audience. With class-leading sedans, executive and plush SUVs, iconic hybrids, and lifestyle vehicles in the convertible or cabriolet form, BMW cars have become a leading premium automotive brand in India.


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 19, 2019 2:26 pm 
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heathermorton wrote:
I have owned BMW X1. BMW cars are known for their sheer driving pleasure and the ‘M’ division that produces performance-enhanced products. They have been good in serving auto enthusiasts and rear sitters with ultra-luxurious cabins and super-rugged powertrains. With a wide range of products, this brand has been able to fill up its showrooms with a lot of vehicles catering to different tastes of the audience. With class-leading sedans, executive and plush SUVs, iconic hybrids, and lifestyle vehicles in the convertible or cabriolet form, BMW cars have become a leading premium automotive brand in India.



I call BS!

Not as a spammer but someone who like BMW’s! That should itself be an instant ban

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 19, 2019 3:19 pm 
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wee mac wrote:
heathermorton wrote:
I have owned BMW X1. BMW cars are known for their sheer driving pleasure and the ‘M’ division that produces performance-enhanced products. They have been good in serving auto enthusiasts and rear sitters with ultra-luxurious cabins and super-rugged powertrains. With a wide range of products, this brand has been able to fill up its showrooms with a lot of vehicles catering to different tastes of the audience. With class-leading sedans, executive and plush SUVs, iconic hybrids, and lifestyle vehicles in the convertible or cabriolet form, BMW cars have become a leading premium automotive brand in India.



I call BS!

Not as a spammer but someone who like BMW’s! That should itself be an instant ban


BMWs are so good, user now drives a Honda! :lol:, bet its a Jazz as well, cos round our way every 2nd car is a Jazz!


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 19, 2019 8:29 pm 
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Do you live next to sheltered housing :lol:

Only pensioners drive a Jazz.

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 19, 2019 9:25 pm 
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wee mac wrote:
Only pensioners drive a Jazz.


Yes their drivers are of a certain age, thankfully my aged Mum had better taste and bought a bug, problem with the Jazz, bit like your old Civic (styling which I liked), one neighbour has 2015 Jazz, looks nice and sleek styling, but like the new Civic styling, another neighbour just got a new 2019 Jazz and that just too fussy/busy styling wise for me, like the new Civic, whoever designed that must spent morning glue sniffing or something, cos it just an epic fail.


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PostPosted: Tue Jun 25, 2019 4:07 pm 
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My C1's sidekick is a 2011 Skoda Octavia Break 1.6.
It's a good all-around car.
The engine is nice.
Spacious and functional, and beautiful.
But it has a diesel engine with DPF and so it will fail on me one day.
And after the Dieselgate debacle, VAG managed to tweak the engine for the worse... :-(
It's at 160.000 Km, and it regenerates the filter every 200km - which is a very short interval.
Most cars that haven't been "improved", regen every 600km or so.
So I'm pretty pissed of with VAG.


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PostPosted: Tue Jun 25, 2019 4:12 pm 
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01 - 2001-2002 - Ford Fiesta Mk2 1.0 ;-)
02 - 2002-2004 - VW Golf Mk3 1.4
03 - 2004-2013 - Renault Mégane II 1.5 DCi (died at 180.000km..)
04 - 2013-Present - Skoda Octavia Mk2 Facelift 1.6 TDI


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 10, 2019 8:34 pm 
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Drives: Citroen C1 2009
In order...

1994: E reg - Citroen AX 1.1 TRE (crashed and written off in France)
1994: G reg - Citroen AX 1.4 GT (MK1 - twin carb version, not GTi)
1996: K reg - Renault 19 1.8 16 valve
1997: M reg - Ford Scorpio 2.9 32 valve Cosworth
1998: M reg - Jaguar XJ Sport 3.2 (M300)
2000: R reg - Chrysler Voyager 3.3
2001: T reg - Peugeot 406 2.0HDI Executive
2003: 1978 (early T) - Volkswagen Moonraker Campervan 1.6
2007: 1976 (early R) - Ford Transit MK1 1976 Motorhome converted to run LPG
2010: X reg - Citroen Berlingo Forte 1.9d (Self converted to mini camper)
2013: 03 reg - Citroen C3 Pluriel 1.3 Auto (shite)
2013: H reg - Bedford (Vauxhall) Rascal 1.0 (self converted to camper)
2016: 56 reg - Citroen Berlingo Desire 1.6HDI
2019: 09 reg - Citroen C1 Splash 1.0 (current car)


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