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Neglect

Fatbloater

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The previous owner of my car should be hung, drawn and quartered.

Unbelievable....

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Anyway, new filter installed and tree removal complete, it was time to apply some elbow grease...mmmm shiney....

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:thumb: :thumb:

Downside of spending hours massaging the bodywork...found some minor issues that need sorting so will add them to the list I suppose, good job I like tinkering.
 
They should be hoovered out at least once a year (this is done in OPC service, and is another reason two year servicing is stupid: leaves fall every year!)
 
Very nice. Looks remarkably like mine, with the fixed spoiler! Where abouts in the NE are you?
 
Redcar, just off the coast road.
 
Ah very good. I'm in South Shields, but my car spends most of its time in Stockton (at Nelson Porsche :frustrated: )!
 
:floor:

Luckily my father owns a garage, although I haven't introduced him to the new family member yet as I know he's going to flip his lid when he sees it !
 
p4cks said:
Ah very good. I'm in South Shields, but my car spends most of its time in Stockton (at Nelson Porsche :frustrated: )!
Hi p4cks, I'm just in East Boldon and I also use Nelson Porsche, drop me a pm if you want to meet up for some 911 banter sometime
Dave
 
It's nice to de-clog things that have been left collect, I remember hoovering scuttles and drain holes the night of the day I got mine, that was after 4 hours de-waxing, claying and general baby wiping! :thumb:

Dave
 

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