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Freedom

Member Since 18 Sep 2008
Offline Last Active Oct 08 2009 02:05 PM
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In Topic: O/T If you had the money...

31 August 2009 - 06:29 PM

Mine would have to be the Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4

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It's got a 5.2l V10 kicking out 552bhp taking it to 62 in 3.7sec. Oh yeh, it costs 143k :o

Love this car. The noise it makes is insane. I had the pleasure of driving the previous Gallardo at a Everyman racing day and it was incredible. You've never experienced power like it. Amazing...


Now thats a car!...gt500 is "only" around 43 - 44k at most..... V nice choice!

In Topic: Frosty in the Flesh

28 August 2009 - 08:58 PM

Each to there own at the end of the day BUT, gotta say, i don't think the new fiesta looks any good at all...i think ford should not tryed to fix what wasnt broken....

In Topic: Roll up, Roll up Place your bets, place your bets!!!

27 February 2009 - 05:16 PM

You wouldnt say that if your car got nicked with stupid plates on and ANPR couldnt read them. The vast majority of stolen cars are tracked by hits on ANPR these days. A mate of mine had his focus nicked, the police told him exactly where he'd been for the complete week before the event. They also found where the car had been burnt out an hour after it had been taken with violence from outside his site office.


I agree with you abit, but I just think some of my tax money I pay just to drive the damn thing should be going into things like making the ANPR able to read any font. Its not like I wanted it un-readable just make it abit more personalized without buying private plates....

In Topic: Roll up, Roll up Place your bets, place your bets!!!

27 February 2009 - 03:13 PM

Hmmm. Plate looks to be ok. Think the Ford logo is illegal though.

I just found this bit of info if its any help.

Once again these regulations apply to number plates FITTED after September 2001 .So your car could be 1974 but it would still need to comply IF THE NUMBER PLATES ARE CHANGED.


It has never been legal to use screws etc to alter the appearance of the characters on the plate and the only other option when buying them is the EU emblem with a national flag e.g. Saltire.

To make all this enforceable every number plate suppliers must be registered with the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency and must show his name and post code on each number plate he supplies.

In addition you must supply proof of I.D.when buying plates ( preferrably a photocard driving licence ) and also proof that the number is yours( V5 registration document ( log book) , V750 (pink) or V778 (green) certificate for the registration number, V11 vehicle licence renewal, or V948).

The supplier must keep records of all the above and make them available to the police if requested.


yeh ive read that from the dvla website..,its a pain in the !Removed! :P

In Topic: Roll up, Roll up Place your bets, place your bets!!!

27 February 2009 - 02:40 PM

lol well i don't agree that they look chavey but they have been changed anyway cuz its just not worth it, im not stupid :P i just wanted to rant because its a stupid law.... i do need new ones tho because one of them has a big chip in it -

i can asume that if i have them like this its legal right??.....

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i have heard that having the ford badge on it will become illegal if it isnt already? anyonw know about that?