Nah mate some smart repairs, scuffs here and there and a rear quarter.
If you don't mind me askin Daz, how come you got the job? No offence like, it's just I remember you work out of your garage don't you?
No we work out of a unit now mate, we get insurance work in and lots of recommendations from classic cars/kit cars/modifiers owners clubs etc, we got the job because we were recommended by a dealer who we do a lot of work, apparently he's a good friend of his agent.
On the subject of Range Rovers....
I drive a car that's in front
Hope it's not a Corolla or Auris built between 2001 and 2009?
It is mate! 51 plate Corrolla I wish, but I can't fit me 3 boys in that This is what I'm hoping for next year if I play my cards right:
I'd really like one of these....very popular though and hard to find a used one for a reasonable price.
Check out the price of a used Jeep in the UK, bet you could buy a new one for the same money as a three year old car over here.
It is mate! 51 plate Corrolla
Wouldn't surprise me....it seems all American cars carry a high premium over your way. Of course, most of us yanks can't afford British cars either
Oh dear, there's a chance I had a hand in building it then, that's worrying
Rep is right all new cars over here are like a third or more expensive than the US.
Gasoline too if I understand correctly. Feel for you all on that one.
Yeah outrageous price for petrol, it's creeping up in the US tho' isn't it?Last time I was over there in Mass. my bro-in-law was kicking off about the fuel price hikes.
I don't even look at fuel prices anymore, I just go fill up, pay then sit in my car and weep before pulling away.
Nice Jeep's Wranglers.
I had a mad moment and bought a Wrangler 4.0l convertible. the hood took about 30mins to put back up. I also had the Cherokee and the Grand Cherokee mobile arm chairs both of them