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Discussion in 'Car & Truck Talk' started by yellerspirit, Nov 11, 2017.
Wow a Rolls with dog dish's, who da thunk it?
these cars can be super value- buy a real good one for $8-12k, have it mechanically gone through for about -$4-5k and you have an awesome driving car. Values of these are almost bottomed out . I bought a 1996 one for $14k , immaculate and spent $4k mechanically. Less than a new Kia and half the cost of one of those hybrids
I was driving around this afternoon, and happened to notice a Rolls-Royce from this generation coming toward me (going the opposite way). As I passed him, I saw that the driver was some kind of HUGE guy - filled up the entire driver's seat, and even looked as if he had his head crooked to the side a bit, so as not to hit the headliner. I was guessing this might have been the only car he could fit into.......
Sounds like me, but I don't own one as they tend to conk out because British.
I once stood on the trunk of a Rolls Royce to install a new garage door opener. The car looked like it hadn't moved in several years and the homeowner said just step on the car. It was rather sturdy. The wrench I dropped on it didn't even make a ding.
They used to say, "Lucas was the inventor of darkness"
Lucas was the Wizard of Darkness.
Lucas the prince of darkness.
Since it was brought up I'll just put this here: http://www3.telus.net/bc_triumph_registry/smoke.htm
Pretty good for a laugh if you haven't read it before or if it has been a while. The Q&A is the most entertaining part in my opinion.
that is funny