High Peak Noggin Christmas Quiz 2011

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Re: High Peak Noggin Christmas Quiz 2011

Post by Scimher » Wed Dec 07, 2011 2:16 pm

Will do Mike & thanks!..Just looking upon it as 'upgrading' as well..Given her age, it's been nothing major...she romped through 'comparatively', last year...even the handbrake, which surprised me no end !! Fortunately, it was the turn of the little Herald to romp through this time...both MOTs come up in the same week...at about 'insurance' time, as well !! Still, once it's done, it's done!.....Have a fantastic evening !!



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Re: High Peak Noggin Christmas Quiz 2011

Post by Corky » Wed Dec 07, 2011 6:15 pm

greeny wrote:
scimitarcars.org.uk wrote: I don't think I got enough stick for whimping out and coming in a sensible car for the expected weather conditions :lol:
Just for you Steve You wimp you have two proper cars and one that will have a proper heater (the pointy one) and you turn up in a VW hang your head :lol: :lol: . I managed to turn up in a proper car with my new seats (yum yum). 8) 8)

I suppose I walked into that one...

I must say, your seats look the business. I think you should share some photos on here.


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Re: High Peak Noggin Christmas Quiz 2011

Post by swoakes » Wed Dec 07, 2011 6:40 pm

Yes thanks to Matt and Evie for the quiz; a very good night.

I too wimped out and took the Skoda; but Josh had great fun with our newly purchased bluetooth dongle that plugs into the ECU port. Combined with a £3 download on his smart phone it gave an instant readout of the whole journey. He wasn't however very impressed that I only used 100 of the 260 bhp on offer until I floored it at some lights near to home :twisted: See you all later at the meal


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Re: High Peak Noggin Christmas Quiz 2011

Post by greeny » Wed Dec 07, 2011 7:31 pm

scimitarcars.org.uk wrote:
greeny wrote:
scimitarcars.org.uk wrote: I don't think I got enough stick for whimping out and coming in a sensible car for the expected weather conditions :lol:
Just for you Steve You wimp you have two proper cars and one that will have a proper heater (the pointy one) and you turn up in a VW hang your head :lol: :lol: . I managed to turn up in a proper car with my new seats (yum yum). 8) 8)

I suppose I walked into that one...

I must say, your seats look the business. I think you should share some photos on here.
Will do have some free time tomorrow just hope to have a dry spell to take the pics will also be booking it in for the exhausts next week shiny things ooooohhhhh


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