He rates highly in the crack dens
It's been a long day fred
you owned a fiesta pre S3?
Evening boys and girls, spotted this yesterday.
The Jardo slayer!
Lol Damo told you he never owned a ford haha
red goat. lol
omfg... chris did you not own a *** fiesta before the S3?
ahhhh hahahahahha d'ah!
Hahaha yes I did Damian had a red xr2 wannabe 950 popular plus fk knows what the plus was, then a grey fiesta mk3 xr2i, bit slow, then my toy limited edition one of 50 moondust silver Fiesta RS Turbo running a mighty 195bhp, was *** fast as fook that thing lol
Had a T3 conversion on the Fiesta RS Turbo so super mental
and you feel you can get away with that hairdresser comment unscathed ;)
this was the same as mine.
oh man that's lovely... but I reckon you'd have looked a cnt anyway's squeezing your fat ed in there :moa:
Mate had a red XR2i.
It was amazing, such a giggle to drive.
Driving down the M5 to the coast, fan packed up, getting to hot even with the windows open so I decided to try and take the sun roof out at 70mph. lol
So has Fred so and that's worse than a ford
Classic fords, well any ford before the Mondeo and Focus has some form of decent history and styling that just seems to appeal.
For me any way.
Old french cars are erm.....well, just old and french. lol
I had a Renault 5 GT turbo which would have destroyed most of you RS boys. Then I had a Clio 182 which still holds my fastest Nurburgring lap time. I then had a 160bhp lotus Elise which was wicked but not really an every day car. Owned the S3 for nearly 5 years now! Longest car I've ever owned.
it was a 1.4 rover 25. lol was awesome.
I've never liked the 90s rover.
They was just plain.
Give me a SD1 any day.
Whens last orders?
Lol high tower style
Insurance companies make me laugh.
Renewal on crappy Mazda - £347
Quote on oh so shiny, pretty & significantly better S3 - £460
Where do their numbers come from? Is there any logic to car insurance at all?
Tell me about it AA wanted £3000 but Adrian flux and sky wanted just over £450, go figure, needles to say I didn't go with the AA
One of the lads in the office did a comparison site search for insurance a while back - cheapest was £400, most expensive was £8,000. Just seems daft that there could be such a differential between premiums.
You just have to shop around for the insurer that will give you the best premium for your risk.
I renewed my insurance at the weekend and ended up with these guys, who I really didn't expect to beat my renewal with Greenlight and a quote from Sky, A Pan, Adrian Flux and the rest of the specialist modified insurers.
I know how insurance works, I just find it defies logic at times. :)
I'm off work today, got sent home ill :(
My boss is mid way through chemo so can't have any bugs or germs around him.
I am so.....so.....so....ill :(
Not as ill as your boss. Man up, and make one of my special bagels