well ill get the parts anyway,the motor and the tyres can still be fitted to any new car i use for it, e.g fly porsche anyway im not racing against adults, only against kids my age and slightly above so its parts id buy anyway
Every member of my club has the same attitude towards the Porsche challenge. Quite simply it`s this. It`s either all of us or non of us. I think Jim and I are going to see what we can sort out in the near future regarding next year.
This reminds me of a classic car show I attended with Lancs Capri Club at Scarisbrick Hall. The announcer requested any 1980s cars to go into the show ring. Ok, so we thought maybe a couple of Mk.III Capris (my 2.8 included) would go. However, the Toyota MR2 bunch took off as a pack and every single bleeding MR2 there parked up in the ring thus preventing most of the other 80s cars from entering (not just Capris!!). Whilst we saw the funny side, there was rumbled undertones about this dubious "saturation bombing" approach to trying to obtain a trophy. The judges reacted well though, an absolutely mint Honda Accord
won!! Serves the bugger right
There's always next time - Capris are bigger and more lairy!
USAF memo :- B-52 carpet bombing is very accurate. From 30 000 feet, every single bomb released hits the ground.
friday came, and the car wheelhpped badly. I sanded the tyres a lot so there is no chance of them being out of round.Still no improvement. it this because there is too much torque in the back axel and the tyres cant cope? or have i just got a dud back axel?
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