View Full Version : What else R U driving ?

1st Aug 2006, 14:14
Apart from my interest in planes im also interested in cars.
whats everyone driving ?

Standard Noise
1st Aug 2006, 14:15
She who makes my ears bleed, I'm driving her mad.:E

1st Aug 2006, 14:19
Dammit Standard, beat me to it, I thought driving the beloved mad would be quite witty too.
Apart from that, an Audi A4. Heated seats to make yer bum warm in winter, and air con to keep you fecking freezing in summer.


1st Aug 2006, 14:21
Heated seats give you piles. Apparently.

1st Aug 2006, 14:25
I'm driving me brand new shiny tractor to mow Jerricho Acres :ok:

1st Aug 2006, 14:26
Wow Jer that hunk of junk has a tow bar eh?:} It does have one good use then.

Standard Noise
1st Aug 2006, 14:29
OK, really driving a Discovery with a leaky sun roof and a dazzling sheen of mud splattered paintwork.
May change in a year or so for a Caterham 7 and an old Series III.

Jer, I didn't know it was possible to mow snow and ice, but you learn something new every day.

1st Aug 2006, 14:31
Wow a traktor puller :}

I know it sounds "prickish" but i got a shiny old bmw 328i its a thirsty beast :E

1st Aug 2006, 14:33
I'm, driving home a point! I just cannot remember what it was...

Mercenary Pilot
1st Aug 2006, 14:35


I wish :{:{:{

Echo Zulu Yankee
1st Aug 2006, 14:35
Currently driving a BMW 1 Series M.

Lovely drive, looks aren't to everyones taste and seats have to be infinately adjusted to suit each individual - yet there are only 3 memory buttons.

Got an appointment at the Audi garage on Friday though - just for the hell of it!


Standard Noise
1st Aug 2006, 14:41
I know it sounds "prickish" but i got a shiny old bmw 328i its a thirsty beast :E

My last car was a Beemer, then I saw the light.

1st Aug 2006, 14:44
My runabout, restored and maintained by Rotty...


1973 Suzuki Jimny, 360cc 2 stroke 2 cylinder. Now over 100,000km on the clock, will go places no other four-wheeler could ever dream of (slowly:rolleyes:) :) :ok:

1st Aug 2006, 14:48
my beemer is a very smooth and very comfortable ride ... i dont see mucho of a problem with it at all except the occasional trimonthly trip for new rear tires lol

Felix Saddler
1st Aug 2006, 14:53
Ferrari Enzo

1st Aug 2006, 14:58

Sometimes a 560SEC.
Other times an SL500, which I conjecture, is a better piece of quality than a Noble at some 75k?:p ;)

1st Aug 2006, 15:25
Had to downgrade to this the other day. Dont know what the designers were thinking... where am i supposed to put the golf clubs?



i wish

1st Aug 2006, 15:28
A Mondeo ST220, I love it and according to top gear rarer than some Aston Martins. Pretty nice to drive ('cept the front wheel drive thing in corners). Thinking of buying a skyline next.:eek:

1st Aug 2006, 15:31
Were I to engage in the environmental rape game aka 'golf'; my clubs would follow in the caddy's car.

1st Aug 2006, 15:44
Mine: http://www.cramlingtonford.co.uk/carpics/usedcars/tn_P1010006_1.jpg One of the last models made. (Zetec engine) It's a '52 plate(for the Brits)...Love it.

Mrs Colmac's piece of shit:p


On Rockall and St.Kilda we use this to get around:


1st Aug 2006, 15:49
Here's one I drove earlier - when it was still owned by Betty


1st Aug 2006, 16:00
I have been think about trading in the bmw for something a little easier to drive in the wet and a little more spacious but then i came to my senses lol


but i dont have the extra coin for much at the moment lol

1st Aug 2006, 16:25
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/THE-BIGGEST-PILE-OF-CRAP-ON-EBAY-VOLKSWAGEN-%20POLO_W0QQitemZ130010610486QQihZ003QQcategoryZ9873QQssPage NameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem :ok:

1st Aug 2006, 16:57
lol ... i think i can beat that.


yes that has 3 Mp pretty good if you ask me

or then again you have this one and it comes with autopilot


still not your favorite ?

well, this is my last one its underwater abilitys are pretty good and has a great decent rate. I know what your thinking and yes you are totally correct. They should have used a bigger test tank :}
U want to take it for a test drive ... i know a great carrier :E


1st Aug 2006, 16:59
In that second pic, the bloke in the back of the waggon looks incredibly tall. Is he some kind of half-horse, half-human?:confused:

1st Aug 2006, 17:04
The mind boggles . . .
. . . and he ain't going to get it out with THAT wrecker either!

Might as well just leave it there, as it's probably a write-off anyway.