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The UKSF Car Club

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The UKSF Car Club

There are a couple of us on the forum who are into cars so this thread is for my fellow petrol heads to discuss anything on four wheels (or maybe three. Or more) 

If you don't try it how do you know you don't like it?
25 Oct 2018 18:33
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So my first car was a 106 I loved it no power steering no electronic Windows and the best back seats to ride on
25 Oct 2018 21:26
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Power steering takes a lot if the fun away. There was nothing like having to muscle the car into corners, especially something small like the 106

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25 Oct 2018 22:09
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My first little car was a 1991 rover metro!!
Loved it as that had no power steering, started first time every time unlike the Skoda we had lol.
But I love a car with out power steering as my classic 1965/68 Mustang has none and it's fuckin heavy
26 Oct 2018 08:43
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I had a C4 Vette when I lived in the US, thank gawd for long straight roads, the steering on that was awful
26 Oct 2018 15:49
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(26 Oct 2018 15:49)BrokenEye Wrote:  I had a C4 Vette when I lived in the US, thank gawd for long straight roads, the steering on that was awful

That's true of a lot of American cars. Lots of muscle and ride but don't handle worth a damn

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26 Oct 2018 18:51
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Now we are talking.  My first car was a Morris 1000 and I got it for £45, which I borrowed from my grandfather, and I drove it from South London to Shrewsbury. All along the A5, which was a single lane road, without tax and Insurance.  When I got to my new posting, my wife and I used it for a year with no Tax or Insurance, and we never got pulled by the police.  We did go out regularly and I used it most days to go to work.  Some 8 miles each way. But we were a hard up soldier family, with a new daughter, and we lived on dandelion greens and what we could glean from the local farms. So no spare cash for the car.  I used to maintain it myself and we got left over petrol from the MT yard.

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27 Oct 2018 08:29
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You could do the maintence yourself in the days easily enough

These days the car manufacturers have got wise and tried to make that as difficult as possible, even for local garages, to try to force you to go to the dealership for an overpriced repair

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27 Oct 2018 18:35
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(25 Oct 2018 22:09) Diamond123 Wrote:  Power steering takes a lot if the fun away. There was nothing like having to muscle the car into corners, especially something small like the 106
Yea not easy try revers bay parking wow what an effort although good height of bonnet to bend someone over 
29 Oct 2018 22:41
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