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  • wesley
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    Originally posted by janihudi View Post
    my little blue pony.

    OPEL OMEGA 2.0 16v SPORTSWAGON

    0 to 100, 15 sec.

    much underpowerd,6 cylinder was better





    well ,what can i say about boys and water.

    don't show off with my car!!! it should say wesley on the numberplates, and if you want to play so much with water you can wash it for me tomorrow

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    I like it thijs. I do agree with you, the 6 cylinder was much better, I had that engine in on old MK 3 Astra which I used as a daily driver

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  • janihudi
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    my little blue pony.

    OPEL OMEGA 2.0 16v SPORTSWAGON

    0 to 100, 15 sec.

    much underpowerd,6 cylinder was better





    well ,what can i say about boys and water.

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  • janihudi
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    thats a nice little canon bill.
    it goes faster than my little blue pony

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    Here is my car. Its a Vauxhall Corsa, or Opel Corsa in Europe. As you can proberbly tell from the pictures, I have done some moderifications, put in a 2.0 16v Turbo engine and changed almost every component on the car. Its pushing out 330 bhp and 360 lb/ft Torque and does 0 to 60 in just over 3 seconds. I am partial to the odd track session, so you will find a roll cage and harness seat belts.



















    Last edited by White Star; September 16th, 2010, 20:43.

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  • SaintsFCFan
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    Thanks Thijs! I'm looking at another car this weekend.

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  • janihudi
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    still that much for a gearbox,well if it aint worth it,better look for a other one.
    good luck

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  • SaintsFCFan
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    Ah Thijs! I wish that I could fix it with a junkyard 2nd hand gearbox... but it is still £400 for a 2nd hand gearbox. It's more than the car is worth, and there is 101,000 miles (162,543kilometers) on the clock.
    I was an apprentic mechanic 30 years ago, but I only did 2 years and the company went into liquidation.
    With this Reault Scenic you have to dismantle most of the front end to get the gearbox out, I haven't got the garage facilities or the 8 hours spare to do this.

    Ah well!! The junkyard is waiting for my car, I am really unhappy it ends this way.

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  • janihudi
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    that´s sad indead,just after a years check up.
    but why go you to a junkyard, dismantling company.
    the have good parts for low prices,so left only the labour price,
    or you´re self handy.

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  • SaintsFCFan
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    This is my rides... last ride. Or it will be soon, something bounced up from the road and smashed into the gearbox of my Renualt Scenic.
    As you can see my car is now very poorly indeed, I'm still driving it around as the smashed gearbox casing is near the top... so the oil leakage is managable. Sort of!!
    So long as I don't go up steep hills the oil stays in the gearbox, I'm very sad because it's just passed it's MOT for another years driving.
    For a new gearbox it would cost £1,000 including labour charges. That's 3x what the car is worth!!
    Sad day, I'm missing her already and she hasn't gone to that unspeakable place yet.

    Anyway, here is the damage. Uuuulp!

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  • pakarang
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    Originally posted by Sterkoder View Post
    But on my side, I could never call my car "Karl-Einar"....
    I would probably never buy a car from someone with that name either....

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  • Sterkoder
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    Originally posted by pakarang View Post
    ROLF.... named after the car salesman who sold it to me...

    Rolf at Nissan Motors in Fossegrenda, Trondheim....
    Oh....., ok.
    But on my side, I could never call my car "Karl-Einar"....

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  • pakarang
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    Originally posted by Sterkoder View Post
    You might have explained it before, Jan-Olav...., but my age prevents me from remembering where ()....: Your car...., the Opel...., why 'Rolf' ??
    ROLF.... named after the car salesman who sold it to me...

    Rolf at Nissan Motors in Fossegrenda, Trondheim....

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  • Sterkoder
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    You might have explained it before, Jan-Olav...., but my age prevents me from remembering where ()....: Your car...., the Opel...., why 'Rolf' ??

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  • pakarang
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    Originally posted by Oistein View Post
    SAAB 9.3 convertible Birthday present to myself when passing 50 some years ago.

    .........
    Ahhh.... summer... convertible... perfect combination! We were actually talking (a lot) about convertibles on the ferry last night.... The Chief Engineer wants one too.

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