It must be great being you, you just troll these boards daily... like dare I say... a bully?
Anyway, I've decided to reply in detail to your post because it's a sunny day and I'm about to go out with my girlfriend, so I'm feeling rather good. So I thought I'd just show people how weak your latest petty attempt to make me look bad is, because this attack you made was a bit more personal than normal.
Things to remember next time OpenPandora complain about how they've got their financial lives on the line, or when Craig next complains about how difficult it is to park his BMW 7 series:
Ah yes, that would be the 1998 7 series with 205,000 miles on it. And it once hit a deer. Worth about £800 maybe? People on this forum have seen the car, they are aware of the comical state of it.
I personally like classic cars though, I have a '68 eldorado coupe and a 635csi highline BMW.
A '68 caddy which I bought needing total restoration. It does not even have an interior. No MOT, no Tax, no insurance.
The 635CSI has 202,000 miles on it, needs a respray + new interior. Might be worth £1000 if tidied up? Certainly worth only scrap value now (£150). No MOT, no Tax, no insurance.
I've got a Toyota Previa which I use as a van, it's only got 68,000 miles on it. It's an 8 seater.
The thing is though, I'm hoping to use this as the Pandora-mobile when everyone is here to build them (etc.) to take us to the pub for lunch. We should brand it THEN sell it. Profit.
The previa is from 1994. That's 16 years old, and it's rusty. Worth maybe £400?
Maybe the problem with parking the BMW is all the other cars in the way?
No, because you might not have realised this but I live in the country side. There is lots of space here.
And why the Previa? Because I use it as a van, it's a tool. I'm restoring my house. I bought the house... needing a new interior.
Now I wonder, how many people here have one car worth far more than all of mine? I'd suggest most people.
Now maybe you will apologise, because this attempt to smear me was pretty low.