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#557048 - 31/01/19 09:34 PM Re: Daimler SP250 Dart [Re: howard]
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Registered: 03/02/16
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Loc: East Harling, Norfolk UK
Originally Posted By howard
Originally Posted By Richard Wood
The GT6 was another underrated car in my opinion. Did a few miles in a friends many years ago. Supremely smooth long legged motoring. Loved the gearknob mounted switch to flip in and out of standard fit overdrive in third or fourth.


Got one new for my 21st. Says a lot about my taste in cars because the alternative was either a TR or a big healey. The latter was dismissed as being obsolete by then (1966) and I fancied the mini E type style of the GT6.

It wasnt a bad car but neither was it anything remarkable. But then very few cars are remarkable. It was slower than the TR. Reliable.

HKW1F - where are you now?


The reg shows up as on a small CZ motorbike now confused2
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#557447 - 02/02/19 02:03 PM Re: Daimler SP250 Dart [Re: Richard Wood]
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Registered: 01/01/09
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Originally Posted By Richard Wood
Originally Posted By howard
Originally Posted By Richard Wood
The GT6 was another underrated car in my opinion. Did a few miles in a friends many years ago. Supremely smooth long legged motoring. Loved the gearknob mounted switch to flip in and out of standard fit overdrive in third or fourth.


Got one new for my 21st. Says a lot about my taste in cars because the alternative was either a TR or a big healey. The latter was dismissed as being obsolete by then (1966) and I fancied the mini E type style of the GT6.

It wasnt a bad car but neither was it anything remarkable. But then very few cars are remarkable. It was slower than the TR. Reliable.

HKW1F - where are you now?


The reg shows up as on a small CZ motorbike now confused2


Fascinating - I'd forgotten that. The CZ 175 is what I transferred the reg no to when I sold the car, only to find that at that time you couldnt transfer back to a car later on. So the number went when I sold the bike.

God that was an aweful bike whose only merit was that it was cheap. Got rid when I finally lost courage at being overtaken by busses and lorries in Sheffield city traffic.

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#557448 - 02/02/19 02:04 PM Re: Daimler SP250 Dart [Re: DaveW]
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Originally Posted By DaveW
The idiot Tim is very highly qualified and has invented things and made shedloads. So although he plays the fool he isn't.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tim_Shaw_(presenter)

That's not to say he isn't irritating.


No. It makes him even more irritating.

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