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All checked and OK. Apart from skippy tearing my front apron, the car did fine.
Clean again :)
Vette on the hoist today for a check over and clean. All good and not as dusty as I expected.
Bodywork next :)
As usual, clueless writers make things up. Apparently a 308, with it's full tubular chassis and largely unstressed panels is a "semi-monocoque"....
Yes, although 70 series tyres have stiff sidewalls to give them some measure of lateral grip. For example, XWX's don't ride all that much better...
I forgot to add how many broken windscreens ZEROGO has had.... :)
My tally is 2 roos, one windscreen and eleventy stone chips
How many times has Horse been damaged by an unexpected section?
Sorry, I forgot the photo :)
What a fantastic GG, I enjoyed it just as much as the first and all of them since. The comments about bad roads and Ferraris not being suitable...
The media now lies by omission as a matter of policy. It's like real estate adverts - the things that aren't stated are more important than what's...
What a bloody fantastic GG, more great roads today, more great laughs.
Lunch at Kin Kin today, class photo :) [ATTACH]
He'd only be 329,900 short.
9 years later
What a clueless wanker that salesman is. There is no such thing as "carbon kevlar". "F50 gearknob fitted by the owner himself" - spare me.
Cayenne's are worse - ask any owner
Yes, "tracing point"
Everyone should watch this
If anyone has a 2-door MK1 Escort sitting in their barn, please call me :)...
isn't there also a "ground wave" effect when you're travelling that low that makes flying very dangerous?
I imagine the starting point for Gary is a couple of hundred hand made bricks from a C16th Chateau in the Loire Valley :)