I saw this one Dec 19 at Autoclass and nearly bought it but was nibbled to the post by a few hours as got too busy doing work so dawdled!
It was sold for circa £7.5k at the time I believe but wondering why the seller might be selling so quick after just over 6 months. Anyone know this one...
SOLD & DEPOSIT RECEIVED.
Subject to balance payment and collection this weekend. So glad it is going to someone who is going to use it often and more than I would have done the next year. Also seems it will get a lovely international run soon as well.
Well after a little discussion in my head I've decided to commit to the sale of my lovely look and lovely sounding V8 Vantage. A combination of factors and projects mean I must put on my sensible head and accept I am unlikely to drive the car much over the next 12-24 months. I already have 4...
If you are using a VPN and the default gateway is the remote gateway your Internet speed is limited but the speed of the Internet connection at the remote end.
You can set the VPN to use your local gateway for Internet traffic at full speed using your local Internet connection. The VPN is only...
As above check some different speed checkers. Wireless is often much slower than wired.
You will never ever get 100% as there is overhead and losses routing through devices. A kin to a car on a rolling road with flywheel and wheel horse power I guess. Not quite 15% but 0-10% sometimes...
I had a lovely Azurite Blue N/96 320CE Sportline Convertible a couple of years back. Bought well, did some work and got an offer I couldn't refuse so sold.
I'd love to get 124 320 Coupe though. My brother has a 300 Coupe which he has got in fine fettle now.
LOL.....as the Everly Brothers would sing.......Drrrrreeeeeaaaaam, dream dream dreeeeeam [emoji3]
Ilford car dealer......7 previous owners......£30k.....a few days late for an April fool isn't it!
I bet they have min £10k margin in that car at that price!
You can buy a nice non-IWC for half...
If you ever use lumps of wood make sure it is structural grade timber at.the very least. High density rubber blocks would be better. A couple of the SGS axle stands I have come with rubber tops to limit damage a little.
Bit of a generalisation and sweeping statement though. In the main you might be right but many car enthusiasts have saved and sacrificed a great deal to afford a car of their dreams. They might not be rich so to tax it this way seems a little blasé.