Discussion in 'Motoring Related Discussion' started by SLinKyjoe, Feb 22, 2006.
My 8 yo has named my XC90 the beast which amuses me- it’s not even green!
I took my MIL home today, again (300 miles).
Talk had to be involved.
Apparently, my wife phoned 'Child-line' in the early 80s, when her mum bought a new Skoda Estelle.
I bet they're retro 911 status tail happy classics now?
Hi, I think I have one of the earliest 220 CDI's in the UK - I hope. It is a T(98-99) registered C class 220 CDI purchased in the UK. How best can I get this clarified. Any help will be appreciated. I ask this as over the year 2 drivers have stopped me and told me so. Hence the curiosity. The car is as original as can be expected.
Any advise will be appreciated
My classic car which has gone to a new owner was a Jensen Interceptor was called by the grand kids Bumble Bee, because of the colour was Lamborghini Orange
Is Lamborghini Orange Yellow?
NO. But when I had the car rebuilt I had the the colour tweaked to show a yellow/orange in the sunlight
My SL is called Margo, because she looks a little snobby, but underneath she has a wild side...
My 508D is called Fiona as she is big and bold and curiously sexy looking
And my Dihatsu Sidon is called Rodney because he is like a little dog that is always wagging it’s tail and is ready to go for a run..
I’m beginning to think I’m a little strange.
I think someone was a fan of the good life
We used to have a sierra that my wife called "That Fu........g Heap of S...t."
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