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Re: George Lost Air Suspension....

on Fri Apr 06, 2018 11:03 am
A mate of mine has a RR V8 about 25 years ago. I was an original I think. More body roll than a bouncy castle, drank like Oliver Reed on a bender (So much so that he considered his next car, a Reliant Scimitar 3.0 to be economical because it would do about 20 mpg) and wasn't that reliable. The brakes failed once and it went straight over a roundabout. It was different though and a lot more interesting than my car at the time, a Metro 1.0.
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Re: George Lost Air Suspension....

on Fri Apr 06, 2018 11:14 am
MegaCrixel wrote:LK, you clearly just put that comment in about life insurance at 9.43am today!

It popped up as a new thread to me - didn’t notice the dates
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Re: George Lost Air Suspension....

on Fri Apr 06, 2018 11:16 am
But did you make this particular comment, historically? Ah i see. So you thought it was a new thread, i get ya.
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Re: George Lost Air Suspension....

on Fri Apr 06, 2018 11:23 am
Well Teeps, George is merely 18 years old and not at all floaty or bouncy castle-esque.

On petrol, I have squeezed 20mpg, but mostly it's 18mpg. On LPG I got 14.5mpg but that was running hard & fast for an appointment in Edinburgh. I think I could squeeze 16mpg.

I tend to service my car regularly so no failures of that magnitude, just the usual British built nonsense.

Funny, the Range Rover is more reliable than the Burgman Rolling Eyes
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