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4 bags of sand and 1 bag of cement (did not want to risk the slabs as well)
All at home.
Went out today for a nice walk around Stourhead gardens, left the car at home nice and clean...
Then came home to find it looked like this!!! THAT IS DUST!!
My roof was once black.
There is building works down the end of our dead end road and tractors with trailers have been going up and down the road with rubble and mud making a right mess, the bloke who owns the house was not there so going around to see him tomorrow! So spent tonight hosing down the car and engine!
Anyway loving driving and playing the car.....
Mk1 88 Golf GTi cabriolet 1.8 DX. Daily drive.
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I moved house on Tuesday, nearly a 300 mile trip, my Scala looked like a students car, filled to the roof! I did get a thumbs up from a van full of Germans.chopperoli wrote:Looks a bit like the Sahara dust that was recently dumped on the UK. Great to see someone actually using a Mk1 for practical use, the huge boot space is pretty handy... I've even moved house using mine!
1989 MK2 Alpine white Scala injection
2006 Audi A4 3.0TDI quattro (the beast)