Discussion in 'SMB' started by Its Him Again, Nov 6, 2018.
Aye you’ve said before. Think I told you my nana had Orion there.
Sexy Chelsea, 8/10
Appearance: 9/10, like in the photos, greeted me at the door wearing what I'd requested.
Ease finding the place: straight forward, simple text to Chelsea for directions, off street parking, nice and discrete.
Overall: once paperwork was out the way, it felt very relaxed and never felt like she was looking at the clock. Great time. Will definitely see again.
Proper sexy car that mind.
My first car was a v reg mk II. Mk I Mex was my dream motor. Still loved my shitty mk II popular though. Was nothing I couldn't fix on that car myself. Still got the Haynes manual in the garage somewhere. Wouldn't know where to start with a modern car though - at least they don't rust I suppose.
I'm hoping for another bargain to come along
I bought a 1972 second hand mark 1 in 1978 and used it for away matches.
It’s clutch cable was prone to snapping (memorably on the M62 coming back from Oldham after a 3-0 defeat in 1979).
Put it up for sale in in 1984 for £250 and got £225 for it.
Me & my 1963 mk1 Cortina 1500cc two door, after I wrote it off in the fog around midnight one Saturday night just outside Coventry in 1976.
It would have been worth a few quid now though but.
Untitled by Al posted Nov 23, 2014 at 10:03 PM
Mate had a 1300e
The lack of pictures, poor description and cheap price indicate a scam of some sorts.
That’s far to cheap by anyone’s standard.
Not a scam I think it was just a rare deal
Me and my first car, a 74 Mk1
Nice that. What's the done thing with wheels in the classic Ford community. Original is best or does anything go and it's ok?
Different tastes for different people I guess
The more original parts on the vehicle then the higher the value.
Stock all the way but they all have a value to the right person.
My ex girlfriends dad had a mk2 back in 1989/1990 and it had about 10k miles on it as he was in the navy. Offered me it for £500 back then but i just didn’t like it as it was brown... what a fool I was. I would love a lancia delta integrale evo 2 Now tho still one of my all time favourite cars.
Are there any left, now? The old mechanic joke springs to mind - ‘I didn’t know whether to weld it up or sweep it up!’
That was more than 35 years ago.
Flash BStard more like mate.
Yeah but massive money some up to £60k
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