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Looks like my cat has found somewhere else to chill, she was trying to drop into the car through the sunroof but I managed to put her off that idea.
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In the second picture it looks as if she is planning some evil revenge, like how to make the next release of the Zotob virus more effective
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I had a problem with the cat on my Granada, once

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I had a problem with the cat on my Granada, once
That took me about 5 minutes to find the cat.

Its like a wheres wally but wheres the cat
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I had a problem with the cat on my Granada, once
You know what that cat was thinking, "***king idiot, should have dropped a V8 and twin webber carbs in, tuh, he's never gonna learn"



It's so cool how usefull paws are for resting your head on, you can make so many different pillows with paws, not much use for undoing stuborn nuts though, but then if you had paws you'd be to buisy using them as pillows to bother about stubborn nuts (+++vodka = odd posts ).

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You weren't far wrong, Si. I did put twin Webers on the 2.8 V6 soon into 7 years of happy motoring - what a difference! The car/cat purred after that .
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Have you still got the Grandad...It made me smile because you don't see cars like that anymore...reminds me of the sweeney I tried hunting down my parents old mk2 escort via a police friend of mine but it seems it is dead. I loved that car and spent all my pocket and saturday job money on it as when i was 17 my parents were going to give it to me, unfortunatly it never worked out that way due to my dad having a heart attack and having to come out of work. I put Cibies on the front minilite alloys 1.6 ohv engine with a 38 degas webber carb and a pipercross air filter plus many other bits. The registration number was ckw 88v...If you see it let me know as i cannot beleive that it has been crushed
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No. Afraid not. The car was stolen in 1990 .

We used to sing the Sweeney theme, whilst hitting the A48 on trips to London and back home to Essex (Ah! student days!)

Co-Best Man, Greg, also had the compulsion to whistle the Theme from Taxi whenever we crossed the original Severn Bridge .

Here's another photo to keep things on thread - Smudge and his pet!
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LOL...Is that you then.....The one with no fur
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No. Afraid not. The car was stolen in 1990 .

We used to sing the Sweeney theme, whilst hitting the A48 on trips to London and back home to Essex (Ah! student days!)

Co-Best Man, Greg, also had the compulsion to whistle the Theme from Taxi whenever we crossed the original Severn Bridge .

Here's another photo to keep things on thread - Smudge and his pet!
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