So what have you done with your Aston today?

So what have you done with your Aston today?

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kbooker

716 posts

68 months

Saturday 10th February
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Wrong forum and wrong wheels...please remove wink

superlightr

9,570 posts

192 months

Saturday 10th February
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In da hood.


well Brighton at least..smile


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DB9VolanteDriver

2,150 posts

105 months

Saturday 10th February
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NeinFondue said:
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Did you at least drive one of your lovely Aston’s to the Land Rover dealership?
Nah, too much ice, snow, salt on the roads. Let 'em sleep...

Funny though, the dealership also flogs Jags. While I was waiting around, had a look at one of the F types on the floor. Salesman: "Wouldn't you like to be in one of those?" Me: "Too rich for my blood."

HBradley

948 posts

110 months

Saturday 10th February
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superlightr said:




In da hood.


well Brighton at least..smile


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Hope you didn’t park it there for long? biggrin

macdeb

6,988 posts

184 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!
and this has something to do with Astons because?,,,,,
rolleyes

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tonker

53,912 posts

177 months

Saturday 10th February
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That is a terrible angle. It makes it look like a Landwind Veral.

RichB

39,544 posts

213 months

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

What is it?

Jon39

5,076 posts

72 months

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


What is it?

I ought to be able to answer your question.
I have seen lots of vehicles looking like that, parked outside schools.
Think it might be called a Land Cruiser, or perhaps it is a Jeep something.

I cannot ask a school mum, because they think their cars are called Bentayga.









superlightr

9,570 posts

192 months

Saturday 10th February
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adjusted In da Hood pics

DB9VolanteDriver

2,150 posts

105 months

Saturday 10th February
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RichB said:
What is it?
Seriously? With all the Range Rovers displayed on this forum as Aston running mates, you need to ask? I'll bite....RR Velar.

RichB

39,544 posts

213 months

Sunday 11th February
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Seriously, I had to look up Landslide and saw it was a Chinese Range Rover. But I had no idea that it was a Velar is but now I do. smile Is it a sort of smaller Range Rover, like the Jag E-Space to the F-Space?

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ChilliWhizz

8,323 posts

90 months

Sunday 11th February
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I shall be popping to Waitrose in the Vantage just before 10 to pick up some foie gras and a couple of bottles of Sauvignon Blanc to keep me refreshed whilst I watch Scotland get mullered this afternoon smile

superlightr

9,570 posts

192 months

Sunday 11th February
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ChilliWhizz said:
I shall be popping to Waitrose in the Vantage just before 10 to pick up some foie gras and a couple of bottles of Sauvignon Blanc to keep me refreshed whilst I watch Scotland get mullered this afternoon smile
shortbread and haggis with some whisky ?

Y100

Original Poster:

1,810 posts

96 months

Sunday 11th February
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ChilliWhizz said:
I shall be popping to Waitrose in the Vantage just before 10 to pick up some foie gras and a couple of bottles of Sauvignon Blanc to keep me refreshed whilst I watch Scotland get mullered this afternoon smile
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cayman-black

6,767 posts

145 months

Sunday 11th February
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kbooker said:
Wrong forum and wrong wheels...please remove wink
lol...biggrin

Jon39

5,076 posts

72 months

Sunday 11th February
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RichB said:
Seriously, I had to look up Landslide and saw it was a Chinese Range Rover. But I had no idea that it was a Velar is but now I do. smile

Is it a sort of smaller Range Rover, like the Jag E-Space to the F-Space?

SUVs becoming smaller ?
That will never catch on. We want them bigger, wider, longer and taller.

Fancy a joint venture manufacturing partnership?
The lawyer said they don't look alike at all. Did not know what we were talking about.





Composer62

98 posts

15 months

Sunday 11th February
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ChilliWhizz said:
I shall be popping to Waitrose in the Vantage just before 10 to pick up some foie gras and a couple of bottles of Sauvignon Blanc to keep me refreshed whilst I watch Scotland get mullered this afternoon smile
What was that you were saying there about Scotland Chilli ?

At least you'll have had something nice to eat and drink smile


ds666

779 posts

108 months

Sunday 11th February
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Aye , glad I picked up a couple of bottles of Heavy on the way back from the Shelsley breakfast club in the Vantage to drink during the game . Fois gras indeed ...

ChilliWhizz

8,323 posts

90 months

Sunday 11th February
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Composer62 said:
ChilliWhizz said:
I shall be popping to Waitrose in the Vantage just before 10 to pick up some foie gras and a couple of bottles of Sauvignon Blanc to keep me refreshed whilst I watch Scotland get mullered this afternoon smile
What was that you were saying there about Scotland Chilli ?

At least you'll have had something nice to eat and drink smile
Thoroughly enjoyable game thumbup
Well done to Scotland, deserved the win without question, and good to watch... my mothers side of the family are all Scots and Irish, so this time of year is always interesting smile

Unable to get the foie gras, the main supermarkets have stopped selling it on ethical grounds although importing it isn’t banned... had to settle for common pate and a nice Gorgonzola, but washed it down with a very pleasant 2013 Barolo smile

Roll on Scotland England beer

Composer62

98 posts

15 months

Sunday 11th February
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ChilliWhizz said:
Thoroughly enjoyable game thumbup
Well done to Scotland, deserved the win without question, and good to watch... my mothers side of the family are all Scots and Irish, so this time of year is always interesting smile

Unable to get the foie gras, the main supermarkets have stopped selling it on ethical grounds although importing it isn’t banned... had to settle for common pate and a nice Gorgonzola, but washed it down with a very pleasant 2013 Barolo smile

Roll on Scotland England beer
Yep .. very enjoyable game ... and excellent choice of food and wine there - Very tasty I'm sure thumbup

Scotland v England will certainly be interesting !