Discussion in 'Off-Topic Chat' started by Duc de Pommfrit, Wednesday 10th Dec, 2014.
I know it's cold but....
Impressive, thats rather chilly
C'mon, it's not a Honda thermostat so it's definitely wrong
And it's still snowing!! LOL
Horrible Vauxhall! It did stop at -18.
Ya know, I really should have recognised that....
Ok, here is one from a second car I had almost 6/7 years ago now, bought it as a run around for the missus, but I ended up using it more than she did as she prefered the Toyota Avensis we had at the time. Taken after finishing work in the morning.
Lets play, guess what car. Hint - it isnt german or japanese.
Might be...., might not
Ok, ok, you win, twisted my arm and all - yes its french. Model?
nope - right kinda decade though
Is it a shitroen?
Hell no, I am almost insulted - not many french cars left.
Right manufacturer, your getting warmer, think slightly bigger - it was the very first diesel I owned, well actually it was technically her car, but she called it mine whenever something went wrong with it - to be completely fair to it, it was a good little bus, even though the central locking shorted out on a weekly basis, other than that, it went well. Sorry for pic quality - last hint.
I ended up giving it to a friend, who ended up on hard times just after her first child was born. She still drives it now so I won't knock it. Had 70k on the clock when I gave it to her, I had maintained it in the same way as my Accord is, and all my cars actually. (with the exception of getting the central locking sorted)
One manufacturer I hate with a passion is Renault, they nearly killed Nissan last decade
I prefered my Avensis over it, but it was a good little car I have to admit. Very noisy, never sure if the doors were actually closed and might as well have had the windows open as there was always wind coming through them.... wasnt put together the best way.
I had one of those 'shake ya ass' cars for a few months. No, I didn't choose it. I was told I had to use it (hire car) until the Co. car arrived.
That was even worse, but I don't like to swear, so I'll stop there.
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