Paul G wrote:Probably did 156 kilometers per hour in it's day. (97mph)
To my eyes it looks like the rear would be more problematic to put right than the front.
ESSEXV6ESSEX wrote: decimal points are funny thing that people can get wrong especially when placing an advert
Lord Flasheart wrote:Searching around for bits n bobs as you do, I see that the pair of fishnet headrests are still for sale at £1650
Cant think why
Andrew 2.8i wrote:ESSEXV6ESSEX wrote: decimal points are funny thing that people can get wrong especially when placing an advert
Maybe because of the seized caliper it was dragged out of the garage at 1.56 MPH
Jasonmarie wrote:Just read your great bit on a body free falling at 128mph would you mind that I was thinking of getting my mother in law a skydiving trip and wonder if we just push her out if I could get her to beat the 128mph as she is a big girl .
Thoughts ladies and gents .
Bug wrote:I'm intrigued how you 'clock' a car at 156 when the (very optimistic) speedo only goes up to 140.
Maybe it went round twice.
A human being in free-fall only reaches 128 mph due to the drag forces.
So I don't reckon that particular car would reach 156mph if you pushed it out the back of a C130 Hercules
To be honest, I'd probably clock 156 mph heading away from that crock'o'shite as fast as possible
Takes me back to my RAF apprenticeship days
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