Discussion in 'Motors' started by Lopéz, 18 Oct 2002.
But its still parked in the same place so will look horriffic again in a couple of weeks.
All those leaves and mud. Wheelspin Avenue? Drift Street?
I had a Guilietta previous to my Octavia MK3.
It went back to the seller two weeks later for the following:
New pedals (dangerous in the wet once the rubber bits wear down).
New roof liner
I got the car back to find the gear selection issues persisted. I spoke to Alfa to find models upto 2011 had a design flaw with the synchromesh for first and second gear.
They then put in a brand new revised gearbox. The car then felt solid until three weeks later the driver's side seatbelt mechanism started to jam. I had it replaced by the seller under a good will gesture.
In all honesty it was a nice drive, although I spent nearly three months in courtesy cars .
oh agreed. It’s already heading that way!
Shame that. Touch wood this car has been pretty faultless.
Other than the battery I changed last month it’s not really needed any repairs and as has been seen I certainly don’t look after it!
Quick shot from today's filming, I'm too impatient to wait for the montage! lol
Filming? Hope you stuck to the speed limit!
Yep, the speeds were below the speed limit to give us a bit of room to do a few overtaking shots.
Not jealous at all
Haha, ta love .
Considering the crap weather, delays and some roads closures resulting in some people getting in 2-3 hours late. I think they pulled this off nicely!
There'll be a 2nd version of the montage, but that'll be out at the weekend or beginning of next week.
insert public road drifting outrage here >>>>_____________<<<<<
Isn't this a bit self incriminating for whoever is driving in the video?
Yeah, doesn't seem the smartest move.
Seems entirely normal to me:
Hardcore drifting around a mini roundabout in public - CHECK
Baseball Cap - CHECK
Hipster attempted beard - CHECK
Was a very well controlled little skid to be honest. Wish I could do it like that!
In broad daylight too on a busy roundabout
I do tend to cringe at this sort of stuff. I mean cmon, it's 2020
Takes confidence to do that.
Not sure confidence is the first word that springs to mind.
Well you wouldn't do it if you weren't confident, but I take your point.
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