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The "new" motor

So, this is it! Our new car. Not bad, eh? It's not as much fun to look at as the yellow micra, and it's not as young as I would have liked, but it is road worthy, sensible, and will do everything our expanding family needs for the foreseeable. Full years MOT, tax till end of Jan. What more can you ask for?

Ok... so I might have to tart it up with some fun stickers or fluffy dice or something. Everyone has a silver car these days. I need to make it Mine somehow other wise I'll lose it in Asda car park for ever!

I have a growns up's car.

I miss my micra.

Maybe I could get it sprayed!!


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