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About Richot1989

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  • Location
    Penn, Bucks
  • Interests
    Classic cars, Clay shooting, Golf, and staying alive to drive my cars!!

Previous Fields

  • Current 911
    1989 911 3.2 Carrera Sport Cab
  • Daily Driver
    320E Merc, also: Aston Martin (1934), Jaguar XK120 (1950), Jaguar E Type (1965)
  • Lottery Car
    Ex LeMans C Type Jag or DBR1 Aston
  • Day Job?
    Retired but now don't have enough time to do everything!!!
  • Favourite Food
    'Proper' Asian food, fish & chips
  • Drink?
    Real ale, red wine, rum(dark)& coke
  • Drive of your life
    Any clear country road in one of the old cars

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  1. Will be great for your Sunday roast๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿฅฉ๐Ÿ‘
  2. Hi KD, your 3.2 looks really smart and an excellent colour ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘
  3. Excellent๐Ÿ‘ Great to see it on the road, having followed your updates for what seems ages!
  4. I've got my three 'old' cars ( 911, XK120 and E Type - agreed values of ยฃ55k, ยฃ90K and ยฃ90k) and have just had my renewal notice for ยฃ905 which I think is pretty reasonable (approx ยฃ300 each). Current mileage limitation for each is low (1,000) at the moment but will be upped once the covid restrictions are eased - and thus the premium will go up as well!
  5. With this lovely weather, I've managed to dust off my little red car for a trip to SpecSavers and also to Sainsburys --- oh what joy!! But I did do the long (30 miles) country road route home, roof down, which was brilliant and really got the adrenaline flowing for future, more legal, whizzes around the countryside๐Ÿ‘.
  6. I leave mine permanently on a CTEK battery charger/conditioner when the car is not in use - which is most of the time at the moment due to lockdown and salty (very!!) roads.๐Ÿ‘
  7. Suggest (as others have) that you get it booked in for an MOT now - because if and when lockdown happens, its more than likely that there will be a long wait before you can get it booked in.
  8. My first jab is booked for tomorrow. Yes, I am an oldie but still here and enjoying my classic cars - Covid and weather allowing!!๐Ÿ‘
  9. Same 'not available...' comment for me as well - perhaps it has been withdrawn? Can't wait to get out of 'lockdown' and drive the cars on some brilliant roads, hopefully with good weather ---- hood is always down anyway (except in heavy rain!).๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘
  10. Really looking forward to your continuing updates - but don't finish it too quickly as this is such a great thread. -- Or if you do, please start another project with Mrs WC!! ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘
  11. Re bodywork - try Tom Martin at Lemass (01494 874347)- a two man outfit who specialises in 'old' porsche panel work and painting. He is in Chalfont St. Peter Bucks. He has done excellent work on my 3.2 (and other cars I have). He is a perfectionist and charges sensible prices. I've also used Peter Tognola and also Ray North at Northways for mechanical work.
  12. Roy, we all never want our much loved dogs to get old but it is one of the main problems with owning pets - they become such an emotional tie (but worth every minute of ownership - which is also a two way feeling for owner and dog๐Ÿ•).
  13. Thanks for your update and sorry it doesn't appear to have had an appreciable effect so far - perhaps Oscar's arthritis is too well established. ๐Ÿคž๐Ÿคž๐Ÿคž
  14. Happy New Year, Roy, Did you get the YuMove for Oscar? and if so, have you seen any improvement?๐Ÿ•
  15. Sorry to see this, what a bummer!!!! As others have said, its not really what you need, especially during these troubled times! Hopefully it gets sorted out quickly and painlessly for you (but not the drunk driver!). Thank god he didn't hit a pedestrian or cyclist!! Anyway, Happy New Year, when it arrives.
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