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Just seen a pick on wilton house facebook page... That's been one hell of a long job... Do u think it will be registered cat D??

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Hmmm good to see but one wonder if the few minutes at the 'lympics were probably enough to pay for it...

Won't be a CAT D if he didn't involve his insurance company?

If it's a cat D I certainly won't be buying it.

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Had insurance been involved it would have been a CAT C at the very least.

How long before be prangs it again?

Orange Cola said...

How long before be prangs it again?

Dunno, maybe he should come on here for some driving tips.

He'd be welcomed with open arms, it's got a BMW engine.

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Orange Cola said...

How long before be prangs it again?

He's had two crashes in 15 years of ownership, I don't think that really justifies insinuating that he's a liability - I'm sure many people on here have at least as bad a record.


Of all the playboys and millionaires out there, Rowan Atkinson is a true car enthusiast, not someone who changes a car after 15 minutes because he's bored, someone who bought the absolute ultimate driver's car (and British to boot), drives it as it was intended to be driven, and shares that experience with other enthusiasts by writing about it.

Glad his F1's back on the road.

It was rebuilt by mclaren themselves. It won't be Cat C or D as it didn't get written off.

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Samoht said...

Orange Cola said...

How long before be prangs it again?

He's had two crashes in 15 years of ownership, I don't think that really justifies insinuating that he's a liability - I'm sure many people on here have at least as bad a record.


Of all the playboys and millionaires out there, Rowan Atkinson is a true car enthusiast, not someone who changes a car after 15 minutes because he's bored, someone who bought the absolute ultimate driver's car (and British to boot), drives it as it was intended to be driven, and shares that experience with other enthusiasts by writing about it.

Glad his F1's back on the road.

I concur. +1.

What's a cat D F1 worth to a sweaty trucker?

Handjob?

Sales, you could be teh forum hero here!

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That's quite the christmas present :D

Dave!

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Zonda_ said...

Had insurance been involved it would have been a CAT C at the very least.

in that case, what do you think the equivalent hire car for a macca f1 would have been?

Glad to hear it's back. This car is quite something, and it's nice that it's being driven like it should.

The equivalant hire car would probably have been a 500 Multijet ;)

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Zonda_ said...

Had insurance been involved it would have been a CAT C at the very least.

Unless you're an expert in maclaren f1 values and rebuild costs then you have no idea.

And I very much doubt anyone other than maclaren themselves know how much it would cost. It not the sort of car they send some spod out to cost up repairs parked up outside a grotty backstreet garage.

And I expect maclaren themselves would rather see it rebuilt than written off so could massage the figures a little to keep some distance between the repair and write off costs.

And, as above, we have no idea whether an insurance company was involved at all.

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Orange Cola said...

How long before be prangs it again?

Bloke buys supercar and drives it properly but is still DIW according to the Internet. :roll:

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integrale_evo said...

Zonda_ said...

Had insurance been involved it would have been a CAT C at the very least.

Unless you're an expert in maclaren f1 values and rebuild costs then you have no idea.

Surely rebuild costs aren't going to be in the £1m+ bracket, so it's pretty unlikely ever to be written off?

Samoht said...

Orange Cola said...

How long before be prangs it again?

He's had two crashes in 15 years of ownership, I don't think that really justifies insinuating that he's a liability - I'm sure many people on here have at least as bad a record.


Of all the playboys and millionaires out there, Rowan Atkinson is a true car enthusiast, not someone who changes a car after 15 minutes because he's bored, someone who bought the absolute ultimate driver's car (and British to boot), drives it as it was intended to be driven, and shares that experience with other enthusiasts by writing about it.

Glad his F1's back on the road.

This ^

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240PP said...

What's a cat D F1 worth to a sweaty trucker?

Handjob?

Sales, you could be teh forum hero here!

Fvck yeah, that's better than whoring myself out on chaturbate for a measly £5 a day.

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