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Discussion in 'General Banter' started by Mr-P, Feb 2, 2014.
So I managed to get the M washed today. But guessing it will not stay clean for very long.
Looks great I like the black wheels! I washed mine too!
Ours was washed and polished too,
making the most of the sunshine ,
as it's meant to rain hard Tuesday onwards
Mine didn't need a wash. Not been out since Xmas.
Shame on you Badman.
Also need the weather to hold to find a buyer.
It would have been out this weekend but too busy.
We use ours every day come rain or shine
Mines too nice to use every day.
Plus it drinks fuel.
I won't post pictures of mine... Hasn't been washed for a couple of months and it's a complete mess
Mine gets used everyday and drink fuel
Mines still SORNed and under cover.
But, doesn't get dirty, or driven
Had to put mine out in a thunderstorm a week last Saturday so son and I could do more in the back of his T4 ready for camping. At least she got a swill down, unlike my Touareg, it hasn't had a bath since we came home from holiday at the end of October, it's about ready it used to be black !!
WHOPEEEEEEEEEE took Zelda out today with roof down, went down to the coast first time this year as its been peeing down as we all know, she's now tucked up in the garage
under her cover again waiting for the next bit of sun lets hope its not to long before my next fix.
You lucky man. I'm jealous and don't mind admitting it.
Bazza, I took my Zelda out today, top down, it was very pleasant, not cold at all. Just a blast through the country roads. And she's still shiny and clean!
Bonzo I'm sad to say she now has a dirty bottom oh yes indeed she has???????????
A good way to clean Your Zelda's dirty bottom is to push/pull a garden lawn sprinkler turned on full backward and forwards underneath her, and hosing out the wheel arches of course. Don't talk to me about dirty bottoms, I have 2 very young granddaughters, and a new grandson making his entrance in the world any day now!