Steve m car fire

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Re: Steve m car fire

Postby locost220 » Mon Jul 15, 2019 8:12 am

Glad you are okay and have now you have a way forward.
Know some of how you feels having been in similar situation re start of a fire in my car and also facing a total loss, having built these ourselfs it is part of you.
have you decided if the next project will be car related.
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Re: Steve m car fire

Postby DJ. » Mon Jul 15, 2019 12:20 pm

Good luck with whatever project you decide to take on :)

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Re: Steve m car fire

Postby steve m » Mon Jul 15, 2019 6:27 pm

I am in a dilema as in what to get, but incredibly my Wife, who has never been interested in cars whats so ever, wants a convertable, with a large boot!
as when we do go away, she really does take 3 wardrobes of stuff, and the kitchen sink,

So, i was intially thinking Elise ?? but the boot in that wouldnt even hold her medical supplies, let alone all the rest,
Next thouh on my list was an e-type, and i have been looking, and for the money i can reasonably afford, it would be a shed case, and need rebodying
so thats out, but i do quite like the Jaguar x8, and can afford one, and it would just about fit in my garage

But before any of the buying a new car, ive got a poop load of 7 stuff to sell, and get my garage back to being empty
I will keep you all posted, but for some reason, i still can not post, on the forum, same issues for me as before, and typing this on my phone is doing my f ing head in

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Re: Steve m car fire

Postby Phil N » Mon Jul 15, 2019 6:52 pm

Hi Steve, sorry I'm late to the party but felt it was pointless to comment as you weren't on the forum. Anyway, sorry to hear this and glad you are okay. BMW M6 convertible's have massive boots :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Steve m car fire

Postby scotty » Sat Jul 20, 2019 4:10 pm

boxsters have 2 boots(sorta) glad your ok
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Re: Steve m car fire

Postby Hammy » Sun Jul 21, 2019 4:09 pm

So sorry to hear this, fire has to be the biggest fear of any kit builder, thats why Id always redo the electrics on a part built project.

S2000 and MX5 are good options based on your requirements..... MX5 has loads for your imagination to play with ;)

When it fails MOT build again.

Hope everything works out well for you mate and glad its not a sadder story


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