Did you regrease the catch? As they like to take flying lessons!Fitted a rivnut for the under tray, replaced a broken led sidelight, cleaned bonnet catch, cleaned car and filled it with shell nitro. Diff oil should have been changed but I brought back the wrong hex socket grrrr
I didn't go out that early, but took my ugly German car out Saturday lunchtime and saw these at a pub near where I live. Only had a phone with me. I came back with a proper camera but they had already goneInspired by this, I did the same this morning. Was surrounded by classic and sports cars! All had similar idea. Pair of TR6s, A brand new Ferrari, 2 Morgans, a couple of other classic cabriolets I couldn't identify as well as a few freshly mud splattered 4x4s.
I have collected many many flies in front bumper, and had a very good fun time.
Well worth the effort.
Just been looking through some stuff on pistonheads & found this-I didn't go out that early, but took my ugly German car out Saturday lunchtime and saw these at a pub near where I live. Only had a phone with me. I came back with a proper camera but they had already gone
1960's Ferrari 250 GT SWB (was Stirling Moss') and a 275 GTB/4 in Paley St, Berkshire - 1st June 2013
The blue one used to be Sterling Moss' - see the signature on the dash.
Blyton is alright, done it a few times now as its my local circuit, not a very fast track but quite technical. Bonus is with it being an old airfield they're not too strict on the noise out there so that's always good!awesome.. what was blyton like? how was the GTA fairing?
Ah I see, you meant popped out "to get some milk, love". I first thought you may be indulging in some weird dairy-based fetish.....Popped out "to get some milk love". Stuck 50 quid of unleaded in her and went for a drive with the radio off, the window open and staying in the 1st three gears.
Sounded epic at 7000rpm going through the forest:thumbs:
Wife never understands why it takes so long to get 4 pints of milk