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Old 14-07-2017, 09:09   #46
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Honestly don't get it, its your car do what you want with it. If you want to clean it at look after it then fine, if you wanna drive round a field then go for it..

I do wonder some times
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Old 14-07-2017, 09:15   #47
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Of course you can ****ing write it off when hits a ****ing tree. You heros go and do it, not my car and don't give a **** if you bend it.

Just don't feel sorry for yourself for being a dickhead.
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Old 14-07-2017, 09:18   #48
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That'll never happen Steve because it won't have the value the Mak has, PLUS it's clear undersealed and the Mak had nowt, like I say, it gets used but it'll not see a winter, ok, sad but hey ho, my choice
There's a fine line but at least you drive it. I agree salted UK roads are best to avoid, that doesn't make you a queen in a car that's basically made of dormant tetanus.

I use mine through the dryer months for work and it gets used as a car should, doesn't mean you can't look after it
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Old 14-07-2017, 09:30   #49
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An old Evo4 of mine after a bit of a spin. All of my evos looked like this regularly I'm proud to say!

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To be honest I'd find it hard to be offended by someone called Hank

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And people talk about the downfall of meets/mlr,tongue in cheek or whatever no need surely.
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For the purpose of hank79. No trees were harmed during my session in a cow field before it was to be ploughed anyway.
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Of course you can ****ing write it off when hits a ****ing tree. You heros go and do it, not my car and don't give a **** if you bend it.

Just don't feel sorry for yourself for being a dickhead.
If it hit a tree, I'd just repair it. It's a car, not an ornament.

It makes no odds to me whether I'm driving a £50 heap, or a £200k supercar, they'd all get used to the fullest of mine and the cars capability.
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If it hit a tree, I'd just repair it. It's a car, not an ornament.

It makes no odds to me whether I'm driving a £50 heap, or a £200k supercar, they'd all get used to the fullest of mine and the cars capability.
Repair it after hitting ****ing tree???.........that's provided the chassis is not twisted like tin can and your brains intact. Stupid answer.

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