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"D'oh, should have taken the Esprit"

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:( Getting in that situation is only excusable if you're not a local and get caught unawares.

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Mark BT52 said...

"D'oh, should have taken the Esprit"

:lol:

Is it a bottom feeder, i.e. intake at the bottom? If not, I can't see why it stopped; could have reversed out again when it was clear it was going to be too deep?

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must have used the ejector seat to get out......Ill get my coat!

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Ouch!

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Mark BT52 said...

"D'oh, should have taken the Esprit"

:lol:

David_Yu said...

Mark BT52 said...

"D'oh, should have taken the Esprit"

:lol:

Is it a bottom feeder, i.e. intake at the bottom? If not, I can't see why it stopped; could have reversed out again when it was clear it was going to be too deep?

old school electrics and weather proofing, they wont start on damp mornings let alone in a foot of water :)

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Saw this on the news this morning :shock::D

Where did you come from???

Fark :shock:

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it is an expensive mistake, surprising that someone would even consider bringing it out in weather like this

Alan said...

it is an expensive mistake, surprising that someone would even consider bringing it out in weather like this

This. Not a chance would that venture from my garage until the gritters have forked off for the summer.

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Strong Broo Racing

Let's face it the driver is a fecking moron. More money than sense.

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Maybe it got stuck in a snow drift so he just left it there until it melted, came back and got more than he bargained for.

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scotta said...

Alan said...

it is an expensive mistake, surprising that someone would even consider bringing it out in weather like this

This. Not a chance would that venture from my garage until the gritters have forked off for the summer.

I remember commuting up London in the late 90's and round Bermondsey/southwark there used to be a db5 that was used every single day for commuting even in winter. Even back then I thought the bloke was mad

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