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    Quote Originally Posted by A348W View Post
    Isn't he something like the 2nd biggest land owner in the Uk after Queenie? Apparently he is also a Ferrari owner, so maybe he would lend CS his track for some fun
    Yep, he owns loads of land up here in Lincolnshire now. Seems like heís a good bloke, when he setup his farm just south of us he built a nice gym for his workers to use, but also lets the kids from the local primary schools use it for lessons as well as most of the schools are too small to have their own. My youngest goes there for PE every week. Just a jesture I guess but the sort of thing he didnít have to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by milkshaker0007 View Post
    Looks like Malc and me are the winners of a smallest garage award,the rest of you should be ashamed of yourselves
    You have a very understanding wife's Pete, Gordon you lucky buggers
    Hear hear
    I was going to buy a bigger house with two garages but I'd have had to sell my Ferrari

    Quote Originally Posted by A348W View Post
    Lovely view

    Dyson has/is redeveloped a couple of hangers near us, which are well tucked away and bought the runway to develop his electric car. Apparently he is also buying up all the land around so nobody can snoop. Fair enough if you can; also good for us and it means it wont get developed on.

    Isn't he something like the 2nd biggest land owner in the Uk after Queenie? Apparently he is also a Ferrari owner, so maybe he would lend CS his track for some fun
    I thought Peel Holdings was up there with land owners. They own an awful lot of the North West I believe. Anyway

    https://www.countrylife.co.uk/countr...ndowners-20178

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    This weeks little job! Also a good excuse to get the wheels off and clean up the suspension from all the road grim from the last couple of weekends runs

    Just hoping the new O2 sensors turn up in time for next weekends jaunt down to Haynes on Sunday; else I'll have to put the old ones back in temporarily.

    It would appear that they are available from Eurocarparts, with a nice discount (they are almost like DFS...always a sale ) for circa £45 each Better than Ferraris et all at circa £200. (just hope they are the correct ones!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by A348W View Post
    This weeks little job! Also a good excuse to get the wheels off and clean up the suspension from all the road grim from the last couple of weekends runs

    Just hoping the new O2 sensors turn up in time for next weekends jaunt down to Haynes on Sunday; else I'll have to put the old ones back in temporarily.

    It would appear that they are available from Eurocarparts, with a nice discount (they are almost like DFS...always a sale ) for circa £45 each Better than Ferraris et all at circa £200. (just hope they are the correct ones!)

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    Oww, Nice new shinny parts.

    Hopefully see you at Haynes next week. I say hopefully cause its a Sunday morning and anything can happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by achaddy View Post
    Oww, Nice new shinny parts.

    Hopefully see you at Haynes next week. I say hopefully cause its a Sunday morning and anything can happen.
    Hope you make it; looking forward to seeing the new toy.

    If your going melksham way drop me a line; we can make s run if it.

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    Is it national drive your Aston Martin day today or something?

    Drove down to Southampton and must have seen at least 20 on the m4/a34 on the way down.

    Or are they; god forbid,becoming like 911s; like dog pooh,one on every street corner?

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    Goodwood members meeting?


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    Quote Originally Posted by A348W View Post
    Is it national drive your Aston Martin day today or something?

    Drove down to Southampton and must have seen at least 20 on the m4/a34 on the way down.

    Or are they; god forbid,becoming like 911s; like dog pooh,one on every street corner?
    Its Aston day at Beaulieu today. Yes they are as common as dog poo

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    I bought a cheap Z3 last year. Intention is to use it as a daily in the spring/summer. I have been using it for a few weeks. Love it, however it has a few issues of which one I have just fixed. Airbag light was an advisory on the MOT which was done prior to me buying the car. I told the seller to fix it, which he did. It was lit up permanently

    BMW or rather eBay sellers, sell a tool to reset it but of course only after it has been fixed. Much like the Alfa I had before the under seat connections play up.

    So I bought the tool (uses OBD and a converter plug for mine) and a seat belt bypass device. Sunday I used the tool and the light cleared and only lights up when you first turn the ignition on.

    The fault shown suggested there has been a voltage problem with the system. I'm guessing something (bulb perhaps) was previously removed. I guess whatever caused it to be removed/switched off will rear its ugly head at some point but for now I'm dash light free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MalcH View Post
    I bought a cheap Z3 last year. Intention is to use it as a daily in the spring/summer. I have been using it for a few weeks. Love it, however it has a few issues of which one I have just fixed. Airbag light was an advisory on the MOT which was done prior to me buying the car. I told the seller to fix it, which he did. It was lit up permanently

    BMW or rather eBay sellers, sell a tool to reset it but of course only after it has been fixed. Much like the Alfa I had before the under seat connections play up.

    So I bought the tool (uses OBD and a converter plug for mine) and a seat belt bypass device. Sunday I used the tool and the light cleared and only lights up when you first turn the ignition on.

    The fault shown suggested there has been a voltage problem with the system. I'm guessing something (bulb perhaps) was previously removed. I guess whatever caused it to be removed/switched off will rear its ugly head at some point but for now I'm dash light free.
    If it's the same system as the first gen BMW Minis (which I bet it probably is) if the under-seat connectors keep playing up, a 3.9ohm resistor soldered across the cable will stop the light coming on if you disconnect the plugs.

    I removed the OEM seats on my Mini and replaced them with buckets, and disconnected the seat airbag plug and the seatbelt tensioner one. With the resistors fitted in place, the airbag light stays off

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