On the story of heartbreaking cars.Bought a van, disposing of the car relatively soon. First impressions, very chill on motorway, doesn't feel fast which kinda explains the whole van man thing. Fuel tank is rediculously big compared t a car for humans. haphazard camper van project is imminent.
Thats a bollocksOn the story of heartbreaking cars.
The van had some awful problems and my mechanic basically was like 'well, i can take 2500 in repairs off you but i don't want to because i'm afraid i'll find another problem'. I owned for a total one month and ended up scrapping it at a loss of about 2100eu. Had to shelve the camper project and doing the financial wound licking now, but when someone who makes their entire living off fixing broken vehicles is recommending that you don't give them money two months before xmas, its probably best to listen.
Lucky enough i'd not got rid of the car...
Yeah hoping to go all in on one that works in a few month in time for the winter break. once burned twice as stupid.Thats a bollocks
A friend of mine bought a converted camper with the intention of taking it Cambodia. They brought it to the DOE only to be told the chassis was rusted to fuck and they couldn't drive it. They lost a load of money on it. It's sitting in a garden now as a spare room.
I had the wrong fucking bulb in it. I used a single filament when I should have used a double. Also, for some reason the engine gets really damp. A good blast of WD40 sorts it right out.Fuck it. I replaced two burnt out looking bulbs on the rear left, but the light still not working. The indicator is fine, just no brake or reverse lights. Could it be a fuse?
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