Now tell me what's special about it, if you win you take my P.K. crown:D
PS She now belongs to me
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Ragman wrote:Midsummer Murders?
takestock wrote:I hope it's not Murder to drive
stubie wrote:Well done Lewis, I was the under bidder on this way back 8 months ago before it was bought by someone in the west country.
This was the car that got me into Rover 75's, you can't beat a black 75, Gorgeous. Was speaking to Corin today saying it needs an MOT hope it doesn't need much doing, my Ã‚Â£500 v6 needed a suspension arm and roll bar link, add another Ã‚Â£200, but still not so bad.
James.uk wrote:Erm. So who actually owns the mudermobile now??
Oh and why were you and Colin in Wareham (Dorset) last thursday??? (So was I btw)..
Bartonrover wrote:With that reg. you could always call it Alan (as in Partridge). But I think Cully would be better. Then every time you get in and put the keys in the ignition you can say: "Cully? What are you doing here?!"
(Well it always made me smile when I heard Barnaby say that!!)
James.uk wrote:Arghh.. had I known, I could have met you at Poole station and taken you to the car...
And... I had a brand new battery and jump leads in the boot!
I got into Poole mid afternoon 3 ish, and was in Wareham at around 8pm ish, I/we went there to get some fish n chips and eat them by the River side..