Is the biz. Popped in socially on the way back from my holidays to see Ian and Andy (John was not around). Ian did not have hobknobs but one better, proper McVitties cereal bars and they were good. Ian kindly let me drive his latest acquisition and it, well ****ing shifts. Its in pretty good nick and drives like a new car would. Ian kindly, for free checked my car on star. I have issues starting the car if I leave it any time, which I seldom do because I drive a lot and he quickly flagged the battery control unit and advised when am back to get that looked at. Sadly, he confirmed my fears. The shed is beginning to rust on the rear wheel arches, winter has taken its toll. Its very galling to think 1. Such a new car even has this issue. 2. Worsed as its galvanised. I'll get the arches sorted. Ian also identified something I would not. The rubbers on the door and the gap between them is a massive rust spot. He advised "get some waxoil in there immediately or you will have problems". Duely done and probably saved me a bomb in body shop bills. Top man as is trapperjohn who very kindly had me and my mate over for a bit. Thanks again for the hospitality mate.