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Discussion in 'Chit Chat & Introductions' started by Ryan, Feb 22, 2012.

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  1. Ryan

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    So we know we all love vans lol

    any car nuts on here ?

    what cars u all riding in ?

    Iv got a BMW 330ci and a Clio Williams a car i don't want to leave go lol
     
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  2. neil_09

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    Had to let go a astra van. 2.5 v6 24v
    190bhp.built it myself. Let it go tho.

    Very big car/van nut.
     
  3. laddergarder

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    started out in 1.4 VW polo which was a great car, then had a rover 400, which was terrible, then a two Renault Kangoo's. Both my Kangoo's are technically estate cars, as they have the rear seats etc. I don't really need the extra payload with the panel van versions as I am trad, and I can carry up to 4 window cleaners in each van, so suits me.
     
  4. Paul

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    How do you rate the kangoo I've been looking at them and I like the look of them and perfect size aswell.
     
  5. neil_09

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    Me n my bro both had a kangoo each years ago. And the old ones were pritty reliable. Unsure on the new ones.
     
  6. laddergarder

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    Yeah they are great motors, I would definitely buy a kangoo again. They are great inside, very spacious, the rear seat fold up, or can easily be removed. Very economically little motors as well. Good sized and still easy to get the ladders on and off, compared to cars. The side sliding doors are also ideal or getting gear into and out the motor, as compared to working out of the boot of a car.
     
  7. James

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    I've built 2 Citreon Saxo's and I turned them into track cars. I fitted new engines, welded in a roll cage, fitted a new manifold, fitted cobra racing seats and re-sprayed the car, it looked pretty tidy afterwards. Basically I made the cars from the shell. Have a look if your nosey.

    http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10150267131306496&set=a.10150201651566496.306548.717966495&type=3&theater
    http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10150267131641496&set=a.10150201651566496.306548.717966495&type=3&theater
    http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10150267132051496&set=a.10150201651566496.306548.717966495&type=3&theater
    http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10150267131906496&set=a.10150201651566496.306548.717966495&type=3&theater

    The green finished it off nicely I think :(

    James.
     
  8. neil_09

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    I got a turbo conversion for my lasses vtr.
    Decided not to fit it as its to quick for her as it is lol.
     
  9. anz0002

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    I love Nissan for its stylish looks. I have 4 cars two out of which are from Nissan one is Micra and the other one is X-Trail
     
  10. James

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    My dad had a Nissan Micra, they are nippy, I like them.

    James.
     
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