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sparkz

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Hiya......just want to know how people get to work. What van / car you drive? How is it for space? or do you get the public transport?
 
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dandb

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I drive a Nissan Skyline GTR. I also race this too, going to York Raceway on the 13th of this month.

Its a killer on fuel, about £70 every 8 days or so.

:eek::D
 
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wayne

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I drive a Nissan Skyline GTR. I also race this too, going to York Raceway on the 13th of this month.

Its a killer on fuel, about £70 every 8 days or so.

:eek::D
and my other one is ......!
which ever heap of filthy(inside and out ) rusting ,dented,oil leaking slow as f**k works van i get given
 
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the sparky

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I drive a Nissan Skyline GTR. I also race this too, going to York Raceway on the 13th of this month.

Its a killer on fuel, about £70 every 8 days or so.

:eek::D

are you a gtr.co.uk member? my mate has a 650 hp r32 skyline he races
 
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greekislandlover

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Renault Trafic van. Company issue :) Great for space. Not too bad on fuel I guess.
 

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the new style astra van. Was good when I 1st got it, step up from a car (space wise) Now im looking at getting something bigger
 
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lukese

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i got a new shape astra had it just over a year, i like it cause its got all mod cons like bluetooth phone that displays the caller id on the dash and steering wheel controll, but as for actually getting anything in it, its preety much pointless, but i like that haha.

i mainly get the train to work as most of my work is in the city so parkign can be a bitch, and my company pick the bill up for the van and train so im winning both ways.
 
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Cirrus

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I have a Mitsubishi FTO (heavily modded) which I enter into shows, a Works Transit van and a VW Passat to tow the family around in.
 
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sparky_135

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I got a vauxhall movano, original a ex demo, so loads of extra's. Nice drive, loads of room can even get 3.2mtr triple ladder in the back.
 
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Good size but cheap french rubbish keeps breaking down.fuel lasts well though, mainly cos its always in the shop getting fixed!!!:mad:
 
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dandb

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Good size but cheap french rubbish keeps breaking down.fuel lasts well though, mainly cos its always in the shop getting fixed!!!:mad:
HAHAHHA thats good :D
 
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Cirrus

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I did until I got my Tranny. Very nice indeed - would have another tomorrow instead of my ugly 'builders hairy assed' tranny.
 
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