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'Careful lady owner'

 

but last 10 blokes who owned it drove like they stole it :lol::lol:

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running the petrol tank dry then topping it up with a fiver so all that lovely gunge thats accumilated gets sucked through

 

10 psi in each of the tyres.

 

alloys that dont resemble 'round' anymore

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and how many ladies clean the crap out of the inside of the arches? Don't get me started on drive through automatic car washes.

 

When the clio I bought for my girlfreind nearly caught fire and it turned out there was no water in it I said "I thought you were keeping an eye on the coolant level?" She promptly opened the windscreen washer bottle and said "it's full look!" :shock:

 

To be fair my mate Little Tom has done this one. He is a bit of a girl sometimes.

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"Baby your driving a little too close too the car infront in the wet at this speed"

 

"no im not"

 

"yes you are this is exactly how you wrote off your other fiesta last month"

 

"HOW DARE YOU TELL ME HOW TOO DRIVE I KNOW PERFECTLY WELL HOW TOO DRIVE"

 

"fine right it off see if i care" :banghead: "i only rebuilt the King thing for you"

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running the petrol tank dry then topping it up with a fiver so all that lovely gunge thats accumilated gets sucked through

 

10 psi in each of the tyres.

 

alloys that dont resemble 'round' anymore

 

sounds like my mum! :shock:

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running the petrol tank dry then topping it up with a fiver so all that lovely gunge thats accumilated gets sucked through

 

10 psi in each of the tyres.

 

alloys that dont resemble 'round' anymore

 

sounds like my mum! :shock:

 

lol exactly what i was thinking shes allways running it until its gasping

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back box ripped of on a kirb (thats what my wife has done) :sad:

 

my girl friend done that fookin nightmare to pull straight (its still bent lol )

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millions of white chips on the door were she tried to put the key in...

probably on the bloody phone or something!!!!

 

and

 

scratch marks on the roof...how the F*** DID SHE GET MARKS ON THE GOD DAMN ROOF!!!

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scratch marks on the roof...how the F*** DID SHE GET MARKS ON THE GOD DAMN ROOF!!!

I noticed this the other day, then noticed how she tends to chuck the petrol cap and keys on the roof when filling it up :D

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We bought a car for the wife about 3 years ago. It was a 306 DTurbo, sat on its ass everything colour coded metalic burgundy and a brand new set of 17's. The car was pristene and very well looked after.

Within 2 weeks every wheel was tw*ted and a big crease down the rear quarter :(

 

Another women I knew was driving around for months with no oil in her car. The engine seezed and when her dad went mental at her for not checking the oil she mentioned that she thought the red light was ment to be on all the time :?

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It is nice to say "1 owner" , but a car with sod all

miles on it normally means it's not gonna get thru the next MoT.

 

Probably need those perished C.V boots changing along with

the HT leads and all that stal petrol draining outtsa the tank.

 

I prefer to buy a car thats got mileage that ties in with its age...

 

For example: My old XR4i, 157k (high I know) reliable as anything,

my Capri, 122k Again reliable.

 

Some thing that's 30 odd years old and has done 10k will have loads of niggly problems,

that for a car 'that good' & at 'that price' shouldn't have IMO

 

I believe cars should be driven, not left in a garage.

 

Jus my tuppence worth :wink:

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