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cheers :) :) :) :)
wisker dentibits seem to help alot, porthos had plaque issues untill he had them and they have cleaned his teeth up nicley
sooooo, cars been to the bodyshop for past month for some tidying up and sorting out a few mechanical bits
never been a fan of cossies tbh, can appreciate what they are, but not keen.
if one had been in budget, it would have been on me drive hahaha
cheers, yeah mine too. not so keen on the E90's.
on a slight amusing note. Picture the scene back in the late 80's/early 90's. Sweedish police...
hehe, there ae some mad mad people out there :)
few pics from today
yeah, heres a comparison of a road car, v8 supercar and f1 car
haha, shame the atom cant get power down :(
o and heres bike vs car in their maxed format :)
haha, it goes into the body shop week today so should look even better soon :D
im pretty lucky in truth cos i can work from home when weather gets bad. But i live at the bottom of a housing estate which doesnt get gritted :mad2:
haha yeah, second set of wheels and winter tyres will def be on order by then :)
haha yeah, taken a bit of getting used to with the gearbox but drives very nice.
aww bless, i see mum is keeping a close pair of eyes on you lol
porthos had plaque issues, dentibits seems to be a big help with that and he loves em, prob got the nutritional content of salted cardboard mind...
not realy sure how to find a trust worthy one either tbh. also not sure on cost.
O no, not a failure, just a few months break :)
time for more, i recon i have prob another 3 stoen to drop in fat then prob 1-2 stone up in...
Bit of an update on this, after 14 months of owning it fancied a change.
now got this wee beasty,
E46 M3, carbon black, smg...
Bit of an update, finaly droppd about 3.5 stone, but past 6 months havn;t gone to plan, diet went out the window and stopped going to the gym. put...