Oh yes I have a plan or two, but the more and more I think about it, I realise that I must be entering middle age. I want to get hold of a new set of seats. I need a car with a split back seat as It is rather difficult to transport the family and a Tuba (musical instrument). I think the boot was designed just NOT to hold my instrument. (your imagination can provide the obsenity to French design). I can only transport the Tuba on the back seat, hence then haven't got the room for my partner (Vectra owner) and daughter. I would like a nice leather interior, shades of driving around in a Wolseley 16/60, but with side air bags, so I am watching the usual places (including ebay and a couple of car breakers I know) to see what turns up.
No I haven't any plans for a body kit et cetera, as with the Wolseley all we ever did with it was to try and get it back to an original condition and keep it looking that way. I think though a K+N air filter could appear on a christmas / birthday list.
When I bought Dougal I originally planned to keep him for a couple of years, then move on... now I'm not so sure. Well my father bought the Wolseley in 1973 (just before I was born) and we still have it, so I think is genetic. He used to tell me If you have a good car, why get rid of it. I think that now I would rather make him to be how I need a car, than go out and buy another.
Took Dougal to Ely and back today, as I promised the family a day out. Three adults, one child, and he could still hold his own, comfortably managing 70mph on the dual carrageway through Peterborough. - Cheers Dougal.
Anyway I'n not critising French Design, a car like the Wolseley 16/60 (yes I will put some pictures up on the web page of it), and the Tuba wouldn't fit in the boot either. It had to go on the back seat as well but without rear seatbelts allowed you to sit infront of it.