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    Quote Originally Posted by DoctorStrangelove View Post
    Not in the saloon version.

    Though the boot still takes two or three bodies at a pinch.
    Hope that's not human...
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    I couldn't possible comment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DoctorStrangelove View Post
    Not in the saloon version.

    Though the boot still takes two or three bodies at a pinch.
    be true but the estate is the definitive version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vetran View Post
    be true but the estate is the definitive version.

    I had a chipped T5R estate. 0-80 in eight seconds, three big blokes and a fridge freezer on board...smile
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    '06 honda accord, bought it for £950 from a turk that would only take cash for it.
    Needed something when I moved out of the house to take garden waste and furniture to the recycling centre. Though I would have to spend about the same to rent a van so... bought a car.

    Battery drains after a while but have a booster, MOT was a bit difficult to pass but apart from that I am struggling to find reasons to get rid of it. It does what it says on the box. Economical and surprisingly I enjoy driving it.

    I had a bmw 3 series before this and the things that were starting to go wrong for a car in warranty started to worry me. Shortly after the manufacturer warranty expired I got rid of it.
    I would not touch one nowadays, maybe a lexus in the future but with the current contracting climate it will be a very distant future. PCP is not my style also...

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    I had a T5R too, back in the day.
    Got my drums, the PA, the Bass back line and the Bass player in.
    always first to the gig, and first to the after gig bash, even though we left last.
    feckin' brilliant car.
    I loved it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BR14 View Post
    I had a T5R too, back in the day.
    Got my drums, the PA, the Bass back line and the Bass player in.
    always first to the gig, and first to the after gig bash, even though we left last.
    feckin' brilliant car.
    I loved it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pondlife View Post
    Aye, work, weather and lockdown meant it took longer than I’d hoped but all done now.
    It always does - congrats! Was it the full PPL in the end?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vwdan View Post
    It always does - congrats! Was it the full PPL in the end?
    Yup. Will do IRR when everything settles down. Can’t see getting any airtime without it.

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    This thread is a far cry from good old Contractor Lifestyle threads...

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