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Silly old gits!

Colin Tinto

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Hi All,

Less than a week to go until my 3 month ban is up... Wife was driving on Friday night, and a silly old git entered a roundabout without stopping, or looking, and drove into the side of us!

He said he didn't see us - it's a bright yellow car for *$^%'s sake!!!

So just when I'll be back on the road, my 993 turbo will be off the road getting the door and rear quarter panel repaired... Great :(
Still, I've got a Lotus Elise booked from the Classic Car Club for the weekend anyway, so will have some driving fun at least.

Colin


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If you were on two wheels you would probably be dead by now. Just another example of the majority of accidents where speed is not the issue, but driving standards is.

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Colin

Sorry to hear about the prang. I assume that they will admit full responsibility with regards to the Insurance.

Where are you getting your car repaired? I need my TT`s front bumper and bonnet repainted due to stone chips. Need to find somewhere in Edinbirgh or Glasgow that is good.

I also have 2 weeks left on a 2month ban, so will keep her in the garage away from old gits!!



cheers

ronnie


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Hi Ronnie,

I was planning on getting it repaired at Glenvarigill in Edinburgh. The car was originally bought from them, has always been serviced there, and is due in for a service next week anyway.

Norwich Union recommended another place in Livingstone/Bathgate I think. Not sure of the spelling, but it sounded like Stuart Rodden motors, phone number 01506 890 724. NU had them down as an approved Porsche repairer, and I guess they'd be cheaper than a main dealer.

Colin

P.S. Give me a shout when you're back on the road - I'd be interested in seeing what difference you're coilover set makes.


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Hello Colin,

I phoned Glenvargill and they gave me the number for the bodyshop that they use for there repairs - cant remember the name but it was in a little town near the Forth Bridge called Winchburgh. Will also try Stuart Rodden.

Glenvargill (Edinburgh) has an open day this Saturday for PCGB members and is offering a free 24 point check, so might get the missus to take me and the TT along.

As regards to the coilovers, it certainly has made the car a lot stiffer but the handling makes up for it. In addition with the muffler bypasses (which gives it such a great sound) the car is more aggresive.

ronnie


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Ronnie,

Turns out that the place in Winchburgh Glenvarigil use is Stuart Rodden! They're officially approved by Porsche UK, so should be OK.

Stuart Rodden must be doing OK too - was up at Knockhill last night and they had 2 race prepared Ferrari 360's going round the track, one of them logo'd up up 'Stuart Rodden Motorsport'.

Colin


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