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Kev

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  1. Totally unacceptable. You shouldn’t have to be careful getting in and out of a car.
  2. License on hold

    Sorry to hear that mate. Hopefully it will be nothing major or long lasting. Loads of minor conditions can cause dizzy spells. Ive had a really @*!# time over the last 5 years. Keep your chin up.
  3. Are people avoiding ace cafe type meets?

    I’m not that old yet
  4. Are people avoiding ace cafe type meets?

    You’re only as old as the woman you feel
  5. Are people avoiding ace cafe type meets?

    Im not far off 40 myself. My daily is a Volvo
  6. Are people avoiding ace cafe type meets?

    You must be one of the many “mature” drivers Guess we were all young once. I had a nova 1.3 sr, so couldn’t get myself in that much trouble. But it had a Courtney tuning sticker, momo gear knob, magnex exhaust and mim alloys. Not forgetting my Rockford fosgate amp and sub, complete with homemade mdf rear parcel shelf for my 6x9 speakers. The good old old max power days.
  7. New Car!!

    Best fwd hatch you can buy. Great cars. They also claim every spoiler, splitter and scoop is functional and not for show. 370z couldn’t keep up on track.
  8. Car will be back up for sale next month. If anyone is interested PM me.
  9. 640d

    Local councils will decide what they do with charges for ICE cars vans. That worries me greatly.
  10. Insuring a Cat D,C,N,S Car

    That would make sense. I appreciate they they don’t pay out as much if the car is stolen or written off. ive always been of the opinion, that if the car has been repaired properly and has photos of the repairs and receipts for the parts. They aren’t a bad buy. Im just trying to work out how much less they should be worth. Some seem to advertise them for the same price as cars not on the register.
  11. Insuring a Cat D,C,N,S Car

    http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?t=3765063 This was the first link that popped up when I just put it into google. I read it on PistonHeads initially.
  12. I was aware that some insurance companies won’t insure repaired write offs. But I’ve just read that some that do insure them (Axa was the example), won’t pay out if the car is stolen or for damage caused by another driver. Seems weird to me. Has anyone had a cat c or d car? Thanks
  13. 640d

    A 640d is much easier to find so I might go that route. I prefer the 6 series to the 4 series and 4’s are prone to interior rattles. Id love a M4 though. This is is the only 640i I can find in my range. The miles and price are high imo. https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F132418830932 My fear with the 640d is city centre bans and tax that might come in the near future.
  14. 640d

    That is another negative for the 640i. It's likely to lose more money too.
  15. 640d

    I prefer the looks and interior of the 6 series. The interior is really high quality and very nice. But I prefer the s5's size and engine. If I can find a nice 640i I won't be able to resist. I think it might be easy to negotiate a few thousand of the price on one too. They tend to sit and most want the diesel. I think the fact that it's essentially a huge 2 seater puts alot of people off. 640's sound great with a decent exhaust too
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