tom wrote: (Modified, fully comp, 20,000 PA, £208 bank.)
Buy or sell parts etc. Please put 'Wanted' in the title if it is a request for parts.
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Thanks for your helpful post, trouble is I don`t recall asking you for your opinion. You didn`t suggest you wanted to buy it (though that`s just as well because I wouldn`t let you anywhere near it) though it`s a shame as some insurers are quite kind to geriatrics, but your current fragile mental state might work in reverse.tom wrote:Modified car with a bigger engine than any fitted by the manufacturer. Modded brakes, Alloys? You will need a specialist insurer. No high street company will touch it. Flux will be your best bet if you are old, a householder, member of a car club, and able to pay the premium in one lump sum. (They do a payments plan but is is ridiculously expensive.)
If you are not these things, forget it because for the premium you are about to be quoted, you'll be able to buy much better than a
BX. Tell us anyway, give us old men a good laugh.
1.9 TD Estate, (Modified, fully comp, 20,000 PA, £208 bank.)
I`m pretty confident that someone with a brain (i.e everyone except you) would find the insurance costs out for themselves before committing. Had I wanted to keep the fact insurance may be difficult I wouldn`t have suggested informing the insurance of what engine was in it and not to lie to them.
You really are a sad old act and I look forward to hearing of your timely demise as soon as practibaly possible. When the great day arrives please let me know and I`ll book an ambulance from the Isle of Skye to gently meander down to the Twilight Rest Home For The Dangerously Bewildered where you live thus arriving two or three days late to save you.
In the meantime why have you not answered previous questions as to why you threatened to leave a couple of time but still come back? Can we assume this is probably the last forum you`re still allowed on you silly old duffer?
Now, do the world a favour give your carer the slip,forget to take your dementia tablets and go play with your few remaining marbles on the M6.
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