No coilovers or engine modes, just rock & roll!
Posted 14 May 2020 - 07:17
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Posted 14 May 2020 - 08:48
I bet it was finger nails in dashboard situation
The bloke driving the Renault must have had some right stains in his Y fronts cornering that thing
Love stuff like this
Posted 14 May 2020 - 08:50
The second one I had was 3.0 ltr Ghia in light metallic blue, it was a Q plater as it was originally registered in Germany when the fella was in the army and when he returned back to the U.K. it was re registered on a Q, again a nice car which was rhd. Bought it off the fella in Beddington Lane Croydon. It met its end at a traffic light junction as someone hit it head on and wrote it off. The interior went straight into a silver S Reg MK2 Granada gl that I bought and was a perfect match as it was blue trim like the standard trim that was fitted. I was a bit older by this time and actually had a driving license and was legal
Good old booters the mk1 & MK2 grannies I had a few of them
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Posted 18 May 2020 - 09:36
Another popular car used in the Sweeny and other similar progs. was the Rover 2000 I actually had 3 of them back in the late 60's and although the roadholding and handling were surprisingly good, they rolled alarmingly!
I would get the occasional stare when driving into work in the Rover - I worked for Ford at Dagenham!
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