So what have you done with your Aston today?

So what have you done with your Aston today?

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Aston Traveller

170 posts

83 months

Friday 2nd February
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HBradley said:
OMG what a howler!!! redcard My sincere apologies ma'am!
beer

tonyhall38

4,166 posts

151 months

Friday 2nd February
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Didn’t know of your problem...really glad and hope your on the mend......

soofsayer

574 posts

70 months

Friday 2nd February
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Aston Traveller said:
Took the car for a spin down the nearby dual carriageway. May not sound exciting but not been able to drive it for 8 months due to chemo effects. Great to be back in the fold. Just need to get back to a more spirited style. driving
Good for you, I sincerely wish you well.

RobDown

2,999 posts

63 months

Sunday 4th February
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soofsayer said:
Good for you, I sincerely wish you well.
Likewise, hope you're on the mend and wishing you many happy years of spirited driving ahead

RobDown

2,999 posts

63 months

Sunday 4th February
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Installed one of Clive's switches into the new V12. I'd like to say it took me 2 minutes, but it was more like 10 for which I blame my frozen fingers

But it was worth it smile
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superlightr

9,813 posts

198 months

Sunday 4th February
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as you do just collected this beauty




first drive towards home smile

tonker

54,906 posts

183 months

Sunday 4th February
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Anyone else got an official recall notice in the post ?

soofsayer

574 posts

70 months

Sunday 4th February
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tonker said:
Anyone else got an official recall notice in the post ?
Yes there is a thread on it
https://www.pistonheads.com/gassing/topic.asp?h=0&...

V12VMan

208 posts

118 months

Sunday 4th February
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superlightr said:
as you do just collected this beauty




first drive towards home smile
Now there is a very happy looking man - great car congratulations. smile

PJDV8

137 posts

17 months

Sunday 4th February
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Took the winter cover off.

Nothing particularly remarkable about that.......

Got the winter cover back in its bag, now that’s remarkable!

HBradley

1,037 posts

116 months

Sunday 4th February
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superlightr said:
as you do just collected this beauty




first drive towards home smile
Great to see someone really enjoying their day!! Congratulations

rovcallum

338 posts

78 months

Thursday 8th February
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Fitted new front pads (EBC red stuff) - old Pagids were still OK but too much dust.
Broke wear sensor end (it crumbled away, honest) - to be ordered & replaced shortly.


Cleaned & refitted front wheels.

Replaced pollen/cabin filters.


Replaced engine air filters.


Next on the list is replace the front tyres (originals from 2009), starting to crack.

Beechburn

48 posts

12 months

Thursday 8th February
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scary tyres - should have done these first :-) Go for MPS4S

rovcallum

338 posts

78 months

Thursday 8th February
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These were signed off as fit for purpose at the last service less than a year ago........by AM.
Car is currently off the road and getting plenty of TLC over the Winter.

cayman-black

7,212 posts

151 months

Thursday 8th February
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How many miles have those filters done Callum?

cayman-black

7,212 posts

151 months

Thursday 8th February
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superlightr said:
as you do just collected this beauty




first drive towards home smile
Congratulations, Beautiful.

rovcallum

338 posts

78 months

Thursday 8th February
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cayman-black said:
How many miles have those filters done Callum?
Around 6K miles.

IanV12VR

2,506 posts

90 months

Thursday 8th February
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Aston Traveller said:
Took the car for a spin down the nearby dual carriageway. May not sound exciting but not been able to drive it for 8 months due to chemo effects. Great to be back in the fold. Just need to get back to a more spirited style. driving
Sorry to hear about that Fay and hope your recovery is going well. Great that you are back in the Aston! thumbup

DB9VolanteDriver

2,224 posts

111 months

Saturday 10th February
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Just got one of these to keep the Astons company...



LOTS of tech...wow! My wife absolutely loves the spaceship look inside, and so do I. It may have the same 25o HP motor as my Evoque and same basic trans, but it drives worlds better, especially the auto change down/up when almost coming to a stop. So far, two big thumbs up!

NeinFondue

806 posts

91 months

Saturday 10th February
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DB9VolanteDriver said:
Just got one of these to keep the Astons company...



LOTS of tech...wow! My wife absolutely loves the spaceship look inside, and so do I. It may have the same 25o HP motor as my Evoque and same basic trans, but it drives worlds better, especially the auto change down/up when almost coming to a stop. So far, two big thumbs up!
redcard
Did you at least drive one of your lovely Aston’s to the Land Rover dealership?