So this plopped into my inbox this morning. I’ve seen this subject line many times, and it never means a positive change for users.
Went for the Falken ZE914s in the end, mostly due the type of driving I do, and the road conditions around here.
Sliding rear dors? Pfft. Sliding driver’s doors are where it’s at! Plus this is actually a Mini van, being only three inches longer than an NA MX5.
Infiniti is dead in Europe.
Metro with what appears to be a Twin Turbo LS. Looks like a complete body swap. Bet that shifts well, though I’m not sure of the practicality.
A big blow to Swindon. Workers at BMW are probably worrying too.
BMI Regional, which in some ways is the last piece of the British Midland group, with it’s origins dating back to 1938 appears to be the latest U.K. airline to run into problems. Flights canceled and aircraft returning empty to Norwich, a common location for storage.
Nothing official yet though. Updated just after I…
Might need a wash though, and the roof now really needs replacing. Need to get that booked in before the guy gets busy.
I I wonder what that fuse is rated at?
MR2 came off somewhat better than the pheasant did.
Veteran of two (and a bit) Oppomeets, approx 50,000 miles covered in just under five years. Only needed recovering once with a snapped clutch cable.
After nearly 10 years of being self employed I’m writing my first British CV/Resume. Frankly I preferred doing the much dryer German formatted one.
Something I found interesting, it appears that google is using OCR in it’s image searches. I’ve only noticed it recently (searching for something that I now can’t remember).
Hopefully it gets sorted out quickly this time.
Luckily the arch profile is still good enough to use, so it’s mostly flat steel. Should be simple, at least all the filler has gone.
You’ll find me in front of the fire. No reason to move.
Both from around the 10th of December. That wasn’t the worst of it for the season either. Roads are a sea of mud though, hence the filth.
I’d known known that the Metro had come from Columbia Falls, MT from an old ebay listing that was scraped by various sites, but wasn’t hopeful in tracking down any more information. The photos provided some clues, until finally those few brown pixels showed up on the aerial photos.
Kind of a summary (and celebration!) that I’ve been able to keep this crapcan together for a whole year, plus a rough breakdown in costs and all the work I’ve done!