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Your old Cars. Also 1970s 1980's 1990's cars. Also vehicles in the weather experiences

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Anyone remember the old Subaru Justy 4x4? I remember them back in the day and they were a neat little package. A 4x4 in a car the size of a Vauxhall Nova or Fiesta. Of course there was the old Fiat Panda 4x4 but the Justy was a proper tought little go anywhere car - shame they rusted faster than a bucket of nails

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Cars i have owned...in chronological order...

VW Golf MK1 Driver 1991 -2000

Peugeot 306 D turbo 1996 -1999

Peugeot 309 Diesel 1999 -2000

VW Golf MK 4 GT TDI 2000 -2003

Peugeot 406 1.8LX 2001 -2002

VW Passat 1.8 2002 -2003

Audi A4 TDI Sport 2003 - 2007

Vauxhall Zafira 2004 -2009

Audi A3 TDI Sportback 2007 -2008

VW Passat 2.0 TDI 2008

Ford Mondeo Zetec 2008-2009

Ford Edge 3.5L SEL AWD 2010 -2013

Audi A4 2.0 Quattro S Line 2013 -2014

Ford Mondeo Titanuim 2.0 TDI 20014-2015

BMW 330D M3 2015 - 2017

Nissan Rogue SV AWD (X-Trail in the UK) 2017 - Present

When my kids were younger is when i owned 2 cars concurrently 

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Best car I ever had for getting about in the snow was my Mini 850.  Was driving it around with it in those winters late 70's/early 80's and it always got me around in the snow.  In fact I came home in deep snow one night after being out with my friend and some quite thick snow caught us out.  I chugged along from Shifnal to Wolverhampton to get us home - the only casualty was my number plate which became loose and I had to somehow tie it back on with hair ribbon.  My current Mini cooper coupe really is not as good in snow as my old mini whom I called Lucy

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had great fun in my reliant robin in the snows of 78/79 .. 😂

bloody front wheel used to slip about either side of the snowy ridge in the middle of the tracks.. lol, it was great for sliding around too!

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