Cars


#1564

Not Fucking Diesel then

Jesus Wept.


#1565

Is the Range Rover not a diesel?


#1566

Rolleyes


#1567

Right @carryharry,
Six years ago I had the.chanve to buy a 1984 911 with 2 owners, 140k and porsche service history- from day 1
For 7k. I didn’t have it.
Is there any consolation?


#1568

No, none.
Not one bit.
Other than that the classic car bubble will deflate at some point.


#1569

Cc @carryharry

I’m looking to change the car within the next few weeks. Have a 02 at the moment so looking to go up a few years!

I’d be willing to spend 8k but would stretch to 9k if it was worth it. Looking for a hatchback. Have been looking at the new shape fiesta, the new shape focus and the i30. I wouldn’t want to go any bigger than the focus though.

Not sure about whether to go down the petrol or diesel route.

All advice appreciated :stuck_out_tongue:


#1570

9k? give another month of your winners and make it 19k


#1571

I don’t want to draw any unwanted attention from the neighbours :joy::joy:


#1572

You can never go wrong with a golf.


#1573

I don’t want a golf.


#1574

Suit yourself.


#1575

Volvo V40 lovely looking car


#1576

+1. I bought a 05 Golf (1.9) weekend of 09 All Ireland Final. Had her up to summer of 2016. Didn’t give an ounce of bother. Almost 300,000km on her when I finally traded


#1577

A sizeable number of drivers of ICE cars don’t seem to realize that the petrol pump will reach to other side of car and no need to queue to get a pump on the side of the fuel cap.


#1578

Luddites.


#1579

What would a decent pipe mobile set you back these days?


#1580

Pipe or pope?


#1581

@carryharry, Hyundai i40, 67,000 miles,
Any pitfalls? Seems to be in good nick, just wondering if there’s timing belts etc or anything to look out for. It’s 141 btw.


#1582

Go for it mate. 5 year old Japanese cars are known to be ultra reliable.


#1583

Is that sarcasm ? I’m not sure ?