Any hell cat RHD conversion kits?

Any hell cat RHD conversion kits?

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newsatten

855 posts

79 months

Tuesday 23rd February
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women wobble

I'd say the to wife, " who was that" no idea, is the reply, All this cos were lefthooking ..................................................................

So the moral here is obviously just buy a factory Hell Cat, and have a ball , clap

rat rod

1,870 posts

30 months

Tuesday 23rd February
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newsatten said:
laugh
women wobble

I'd say the to wife, " who was that" no idea, is the reply, All this cos were lefthooking ..................................................................

So the moral here is obviously just buy a factory Hell Cat, and have a ball , clap
You would be bored with a new Hell Cat or anything new for that matter, there would be nothing to fix. sleep

newsatten

855 posts

79 months

Tuesday 23rd February
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Ha Ha , i was referring to the author ........................

Good grief id have to sell my house to buy one ! just a Youtube Tire Shredding dream machine , and as far removed as your Lambo,
I envy the people fortunate enough to be able afford these things , but alas i'l never be one of them rofl




roscobbc

1,436 posts

207 months

Tuesday 23rd February
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newsatten said:
sometimes i can see my wife side over the the centre of the car when passing a oncoming
vehicle thats a bit close! And she's always got her foot on a brake pedal that aint there
Its only the fact that I'm down to using the Vette as the only roadworthy vehicle that 'er indoors is sitting in the Vette's passenger seat. I've re-located the fire extinquisher from the passenger floor (just in front on thr seat) to the side of the rear deck as she wasn't very comfortable with a large cylindrical red thing inbetween her feet! - so at least she can get in easier. No holes in carpet (raely wears stiletto's) but very unhappy about being on the wrong side without a steering wheel - screams at me about getting wiped-out when things get a bit squirrely at times..........

rat rod

1,870 posts

30 months

Wednesday 24th February
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Not having a wifey i haven't got that problem, although the dogs can get a bit confused not knowing

where to sit depending on which side the steering wheel is that day .scratchchin

newsatten

855 posts

79 months

Wednesday 24th February
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Its ok for us sitting curbside, lol...........casually gassing to all and sundry, we dont visit the " scary side " laugh

My wife say's Pete you wont get through there ! i say Yeah , could get a bus through there ! which seems to be the attitude of our drivers !
Hence all our buses are mangled laugh

Another of my misdemeanors is i drive an auto with both feet, always have ! so when my wifes not dodging oncoming vehicles see's watching me left foot braking ! laugh




rat rod

1,870 posts

30 months

Wednesday 24th February
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newsatten said:
laugh

Its ok for us sitting curbside, lol...........casually gassing to all and sundry, we dont visit the " scary side " laugh

My wife say's Pete you wont get through there ! i say Yeah , could get a bus through there ! which seems to be the attitude of our drivers !
Hence all our buses are mangled laugh

Another of my misdemeanors is i drive an auto with both feet, always have ! so when my wifes not dodging oncoming vehicles see's watching me left foot braking ! laugh



Only been in that suicide seat a few times, usually only when trying to sell my car but after being scared to death once to often

i won't be doing that again unless i know the worth of their driving skills first.

Like you i've been using two feet driving for as long as i can remember but other people seem to look confused and in horror,

Whether men or woman if not use to yanks all dodge the oncoming cars by breathing in at the same time as pushing that imaginary brake pedal,

Trouble is were we have been driving these iron dinosaurs for so long we treat them as if they were like any run of the mill car,

Where others appear to be petrified of them.


roscobbc

1,436 posts

207 months

Wednesday 24th February
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Its not really pertinent to the story - but being as its about being close to an oncoming vehicle reminded me of a winter evenings trip from Romford down to Brighton in a '60 Hillman Minx in the very early 70's. Buddy who owned the car was an all out rock 'n' roller/Ted who dragged 4 of us that wet evening down to see his favourite rock 'n' roll band (don't ask who - can't remember) John (the driver) must have lost a bit of concentration and perhaps got too close to the centre line of the single carriageway road on a sweeping right hand bend (I'm presuming it was an old bit of the A21?). I was sitting in the rear on the drivers side. All of a sudden there was a huge bang and we were concious of a large vehicle going the opposite direction hitting us a glancing blow......looking out of the rear window I saw that it was a large tipper truck. All shook-up we stopped at the next layby to investigate things. The only damage was to the Minx's rear drivers side door handle - the bang we heard was the tipper's bed removing the chrome door handle.......no damage to painwork - just a removed door handle. A further inch or two and things would have been rather different........

rat rod

1,870 posts

30 months

Wednesday 24th February
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roscobbc said:
Its not really pertinent to the story - but being as its about being close to an oncoming vehicle reminded me of a winter evenings trip from Romford down to Brighton in a '60 Hillman Minx in the very early 70's. Buddy who owned the car was an all out rock 'n' roller/Ted who dragged 4 of us that wet evening down to see his favourite rock 'n' roll band (don't ask who - can't remember) John (the driver) must have lost a bit of concentration and perhaps got too close to the centre line of the single carriageway road on a sweeping right hand bend (I'm presuming it was an old bit of the A21?). I was sitting in the rear on the drivers side. All of a sudden there was a huge bang and we were concious of a large vehicle going the opposite direction hitting us a glancing blow......looking out of the rear window I saw that it was a large tipper truck. All shook-up we stopped at the next layby to investigate things. The only damage was to the Minx's rear drivers side door handle - the bang we heard was the tipper's bed removing the chrome door handle.......no damage to painwork - just a removed door handle. A further inch or two and things would have been rather different........
You guys had a result, could have been so different, so different that you may be not here to write that, chilling.yikes

The tipper driver probably didn't even know he hit you, Did you go back to look for the door handle.

roscobbc

1,436 posts

207 months

Thursday 25th February
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rat rod said:
roscobbc said:
Its not really pertinent to the story - but being as its about being close to an oncoming vehicle reminded me of a winter evenings trip from Romford down to Brighton in a '60 Hillman Minx in the very early 70's. Buddy who owned the car was an all out rock 'n' roller/Ted who dragged 4 of us that wet evening down to see his favourite rock 'n' roll band (don't ask who - can't remember) John (the driver) must have lost a bit of concentration and perhaps got too close to the centre line of the single carriageway road on a sweeping right hand bend (I'm presuming it was an old bit of the A21?). I was sitting in the rear on the drivers side. All of a sudden there was a huge bang and we were concious of a large vehicle going the opposite direction hitting us a glancing blow......looking out of the rear window I saw that it was a large tipper truck. All shook-up we stopped at the next layby to investigate things. The only damage was to the Minx's rear drivers side door handle - the bang we heard was the tipper's bed removing the chrome door handle.......no damage to painwork - just a removed door handle. A further inch or two and things would have been rather different........
You guys had a result, could have been so different, so different that you may be not here to write that, chilling.yikes

The tipper driver probably didn't even know he hit you, Did you go back to look for the door handle.
Finding the door handle would have been like finding a needle in a haystack - thinking back on it the drivers side wing mirror was also 'taken-out' - reckon another inch closer and it'll have been curtains......