One of these. No, not the car itself. The fact that it is:
Turned it on today and thought I heard a slight whistling/scratching noise from the front. Later realised that the system was running continually when turned on. Don’t know if it’s actually working as it’s a cold day.
More from my new favouritest site.
If you go into a pub here, you order beer*/lager/whatever by the pint (a proper pint, not the miserable little American one) or by the glass.
Time for the Tatra 603 then.
This is a Koenigsegg Jesko.
This thing. Seen it before but this is the first time I could grab a picture.
Here’s a yellow Pacer in Sweden.
The late Peter Falk played TV detective Columbo for many years. Why is this of any relevance? Because his character drove a battered Peugeot 403 convertible. Just right for today. Yes, I know Mr Falk was one of those people who’d have called today after the 304 instead. Never mind. It was a French car.
Sausage roll and coffee
Came back to my car today in the pouring rain and found that closing the door behind me did not provide the respite I expected.
This choo choo train:
Aaaaand...we’ve finished. Having combined the 20 with the 30 there are no more numbered Renaults left.
Audi A5 quattro diesel convertible. Probably sounds like a contradiction in terms to some. Also, 2017. Not that much fallout from “dieselgate” here. Not showing: fancy sequential indicators.
Though I’ve seen it before.
A 1974 Land Rover (no, not a Defender. Just a Land Rover)
This thing. I’ve seen it before, but it’s still cute.
One of the last to have a number, made from 1988 to 1995 (and longer in developing markets)
Time to go big, by Renault standards. The 20 replaced the 16 and was bigger but still a hatch. Yes, steel wheels with no hubcaps. That was a thing at the time on basic models.