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Offline GROWLER

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Re: Classic car show thread
« Reply #30 on: May 03, 2013, 10:50:20 PM »
Got me Cassy GTX (as recommeneded in the Haynes Manual ) tonight from The Asda! eeek:
Only 20 snotteroonieomondo's. :thumbsup:
Semi synthetic.

Just got to get a sump washer tomozo now. rubschin:

Skinned knuclkes and grimy fur will then be beckoning tomozo afternoon. sad32:

Then, the FULL bubble bath and polish. cloud9:

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Re: Classic car show thread
« Reply #31 on: May 03, 2013, 10:56:07 PM »
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"Then, the FULL bubble bath and polish."


Go on give the car a treat too
Well, whatever nevermind

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Re: Classic car show thread
« Reply #32 on: May 03, 2013, 11:00:37 PM »
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"Then, the FULL bubble bath and polish."


Go on give the car a treat too

I knew that was comin'! lol:

Luv polishing Festa. cloud9:
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Re: Classic car show thread
« Reply #33 on: May 03, 2013, 11:08:43 PM »
Yes sorry about that, we need some sort of forfeit for posting the obvious joke

Course sod's law says if you clean her it'll be raining within 3 hours

Well, whatever nevermind

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Re: Classic car show thread
« Reply #34 on: May 04, 2013, 12:36:47 PM »
Just going to fetch the luv of me life, and give her a damned good servicing. cloud9:

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Re: Classic car show thread
« Reply #35 on: May 04, 2013, 12:45:04 PM »
Just going to fetch the luv of me life, and give her a damned good servicing. cloud9:

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Re: Classic car show thread
« Reply #36 on: May 04, 2013, 12:48:06 PM »
You need one of these Growler  :thumbsup:


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Re: Classic car show thread
« Reply #37 on: May 04, 2013, 12:56:14 PM »
You need one of these Growler  :thumbsup:




Indeed. Happens all the time. ::)

I've had cars stop dead in the middle of the road whilst I'm luvingly bathing and rubbing her all over with the finest chamois and wax on the driveway, so the driver can compliment my Babe. cloud9:

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Re: Classic car show thread
« Reply #38 on: May 04, 2013, 01:56:43 PM »
You need one of these Growler  :thumbsup:




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Which reminds me that LL said "Seven-thirty and it is still light" the other evening.... ::)
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Re: Classic car show thread
« Reply #39 on: May 04, 2013, 06:23:06 PM »
Well THAT went 'swimmingly'......swimming in piggin' oil. evil:

Loosened off the sump bolt (skinned me knuckles in the process like....got to haven't you ey?  :thumbsup: ) held the derty oil can up to the drain 'ole, and watched it pouring out, not actually realising that as I was on me back like, the can I was holding was at an angle, and the derty oil overflowed out of the recess all down me furry arm and onto the path. whistle:

Next, the rermoval of the filter.

2 hours later and a trip to halfrauds to purchase a filter removal tool for 14 snotters, I still couldn't shift the bastard. Angry9:

Think me next door neighbour heard me muttering some swear werds and came out to see what was going on aand gave me a new pair of fresh strong paws to finally shift the utter twat.

CLEAR INSTRUCTIONS....that the toe rag obviously didn't read this time last year when he changed the oil prior to me collecting it................DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN. HAND TIGHT ONLY.
Think he must have used a bloody torque wrench, the one I shall be inserting very deeply up his anal passage next time I go in there. :thumbsup:

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Re: Classic car show thread
« Reply #40 on: May 04, 2013, 06:35:42 PM »
Don't talk to me about oil filters like....  noooo:
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Re: Classic car show thread
« Reply #41 on: May 04, 2013, 06:37:38 PM »
Well THAT went 'swimmingly'......swimming in piggin' oil. evil:

Loosened off the sump bolt (skinned me knuckles in the process like....got to haven't you ey?  :thumbsup: ) held the derty oil can up to the drain 'ole, and watched it pouring out, not actually realising that as I was on me back like, the can I was holding was at an angle, and the derty oil overflowed out of the recess all down me furry arm and onto the path. whistle:

Next, the rermoval of the filter.

2 hours later and a trip to halfrauds to purchase a filter removal tool for 14 snotters, I still couldn't shift the bastard. Angry9:

Think me next door neighbour heard me muttering some swear werds and came out to see what was going on aand gave me a new pair of fresh strong paws to finally shift the utter twat.

CLEAR INSTRUCTIONS....that the toe rag obviously didn't read this time last year when he changed the oil prior to me collecting it................DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN. HAND TIGHT ONLY.
Think he must have used a bloody torque wrench, the one I shall be inserting very deeply up his anal passage next time I go in there. :thumbsup:

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If you're not re-using the filter ( whistle:) just stick a large screwhammer into it and use as a lever!

Werks every time like . . .
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Re: Classic car show thread
« Reply #42 on: May 04, 2013, 06:39:40 PM »
Well THAT went 'swimmingly'......swimming in piggin' oil. evil:

Loosened off the sump bolt (skinned me knuckles in the process like....got to haven't you ey?  :thumbsup: ) held the derty oil can up to the drain 'ole, and watched it pouring out, not actually realising that as I was on me back like, the can I was holding was at an angle, and the derty oil overflowed out of the recess all down me furry arm and onto the path. whistle:

Next, the rermoval of the filter.

2 hours later and a trip to halfrauds to purchase a filter removal tool for 14 snotters, I still couldn't shift the bastard. Angry9:

Think me next door neighbour heard me muttering some swear werds and came out to see what was going on aand gave me a new pair of fresh strong paws to finally shift the utter twat.

CLEAR INSTRUCTIONS....that the toe rag obviously didn't read this time last year when he changed the oil prior to me collecting it................DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN. HAND TIGHT ONLY.
Think he must have used a bloody torque wrench, the one I shall be inserting very deeply up his anal passage next time I go in there. :thumbsup:

Top tip:

If you're not re-using the filter ( whistle:) just stick a large screwhammer into it and use as a lever!

Werks every time like . . .

Oh no it doesn't....  noooo:
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Re: Classic car show thread
« Reply #43 on: May 04, 2013, 08:32:43 PM »
Well THAT went 'swimmingly'......swimming in piggin' oil. evil:

Loosened off the sump bolt (skinned me knuckles in the process like....got to haven't you ey?  :thumbsup: ) held the derty oil can up to the drain 'ole, and watched it pouring out, not actually realising that as I was on me back like, the can I was holding was at an angle, and the derty oil overflowed out of the recess all down me furry arm and onto the path. whistle:

Next, the rermoval of the filter.

2 hours later and a trip to halfrauds to purchase a filter removal tool for 14 snotters, I still couldn't shift the bastard. Angry9:

Think me next door neighbour heard me muttering some swear werds and came out to see what was going on aand gave me a new pair of fresh strong paws to finally shift the utter twat.

CLEAR INSTRUCTIONS....that the toe rag obviously didn't read this time last year when he changed the oil prior to me collecting it................DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN. HAND TIGHT ONLY.
Think he must have used a bloody torque wrench, the one I shall be inserting very deeply up his anal passage next time I go in there. :thumbsup:

Top tip:

If you're not re-using the filter ( whistle:) just stick a large screwhammer into it and use as a lever!

Werks every time like . . .

Oh no it doesn't....  noooo:

Oh yes it does........




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Re: Classic car show thread
« Reply #44 on: May 04, 2013, 08:55:04 PM »
OH NO IT PIGGIN' DOES NOT! evil: