General Chat Thread, Replacing letters on the car in General; Sure if he wants to get pulled over all the time by the law and possibly prosecuted too.
28th March 2011, 03:48 PM #16
Sure if he wants to get pulled over all the time by the law and possibly prosecuted too.
28th March 2011, 04:40 PM #17
Only if they have nothing else to do. I had "Eat Lead *expletive*" on the boot of one of my past cars (a leaded machine in an era of "that's BAD"..and never got pulled. But then I used to get pulled at random for other things.."your lights are tinted".."yes, I know. I did it.". "well, that's illegal". "No, it's not. Look, they still work.".
Most plod don't care, some are doughnut munching, tiny minded morons. Like the one who pulled me approaching a 30 zone from a 40 zone in sub zero conditions, because I was doing 35 in the 40, and must therefore be upto something. I did suggest McDonalds may have been shut, vis a vis his spare time to pillock about. He didn't like that much.
28th March 2011, 10:36 PM #18
- Rep Power
Memories of the old days of lack of quality control. Brand new Triumph 2000, the name TRIUMPH spelled out in separate chrome letters fitted to the bonnet - but in the order TRIUMHP.....
28th March 2011, 11:04 PM #19
Would that be worth extra like a misprinted coin or stamp
Originally Posted by Ketlane
My daughter's friend, Kat, has a Ford Ka - she went out and bought a letter T and stuck it on - looks great!
Last edited by witch; 28th March 2011 at 11:08 PM.
29th March 2011, 09:39 AM #20
I keep thinking of doing this to a friend's VW Bora....
Originally Posted by witch
"How's the drive quality?"
<bad accent>"It's Nice"</bad accent>
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