It doesn't look like a bad vehicle...though I wouldn't want to have an accident with it.
Stick it in an envelope and send it to me, Andrew. I can't afford a car at the moment.
I don't do accidents Reuben.Fine for puttering round town Brian, except the heater does not work. Air con does, if that helps. Guess not. I was astonished to learn how few of your trams are heated.
Actually, could I have it? For free?
Fourth in line Reuben. Pointlessly, as it was traded in.
Mazdas, especially the old school jobs, were cheap to run, maintain and very very reliable. The old '86 323 was an absolute pleasure to own. I've had more grief these past 9 months with the MG than I ever had with the red shitbox in the good decade or so that I drove it!
Yep Rob, as soon as you buy an 'interesting' car, expect bother.
I saw a show on Foxtel yesterday called the World's Biggest Shredder. It's a massive machine that takes enormous pieces of metal and turns them into tinsel. It made me think of your car. Although I realise now that doesn't sound particularly nice. Hmm.
Can you imagine the noise a thing like that would make MD.
Whenever I wish I was young again, I am sobered by memories of algebra.