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About dr_broon

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  • Birthday 02/10/1977

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  • Name
    Simon Brown
  • Age group
    41-45...Midlife crisis!
  • Location
    Co. Durham

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  • Civic Model
    CIVIC VTi AERODECK
  • Model code
    MC2

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  1. dr_broon

    Dawns Civic Aerodeck Updated 28/5/13

    5 cars? You need one of these It's nice round Galashiels
  2. dr_broon

    Dawns Civic Aerodeck Updated 28/5/13

    What about swapping the mini for a cheep run around that you can just run into the ground without it worrying you? I used to do 80 miles a day, and after having an incident which killed my EG, I went through a series of cars for a couple of hundred quid. Cavelier, 309, carina. then got tubs.
  3. dr_broon

    Dawns Civic Aerodeck Updated 28/5/13

    So long as DD is staying Why is Mindy just for fair weather? Is there anything that could be done to make her more winter proof?
  4. dr_broon

    Dr_Broon's VTI 'deck

    Yup. I really miss driving the ol'girl. I like Karen's accord, but it's just not the same.
  5. dr_broon

    Dr_Broon's VTI 'deck

    Yep, if I can wind the clock back on her a bit I'm comfortable with that. I always regret that my EG ended up having scrapped, and don't want to end up having the same regret with tubs. And you're right about new cars... I've had loads of hire cars through work this year, and haven't really enjoyed any of them. No soul.
  6. dr_broon

    Evolution of the civic

    It's my ball and I'm taking it home
  7. dr_broon

    Dr_Broon's VTI 'deck

    Finally got a date for the welding... 23rd October... Looks like a couple of weeks work Then it's back to fuel fixing, service, brake caliper refurbish, disks n pads, and back on the road, then to the body shop. Taking so long to get my baby sorted, and probably going to end up costing around what I paid for her 13 years ago
  8. dr_broon

    Evolution of the civic

    I must admit, that had me bamboozled in the early days
  9. dr_broon

    Vtis project

    That's a Bobby dazzler
  10. dr_broon

    b18c4 mb6 no vtec and ticking noise

    Check out this how to... Especially the part about giving the hoses a squeeze. Check that both the top hose and bottom hose are both getting warm, if not there might be an air lock so giving them a squeeze can help To be honest, I've just done this from point 7 onwards and it's sorted it. 7 years ago... Jeez...
  11. dr_broon

    Evolution of the civic

    Can't remember if I saw this here in the first place, but just came across it in my favourites on my phone and thought I'd share it coz it's pretty cool https://www.motor1.com/news/268425/honda-civic-history-slideshow/
  12. dr_broon

    Dr_Broon's VTI 'deck

    Yep, and be without the old girl for longer Will make things more tricky then I am... I keep questioning whether it's worth it, but to be honest I can't be bothered with starting the journey on another car, as tubs was pretty much set up how I like it, and there's been too many folk on here over the years who've moved on from an M and regretted it afterwards. I've already got the parts I need to sort her out, just need to get the work done. It's turning into more of a restoration now though than a repair.
  13. dr_broon

    Dr_Broon's VTI 'deck

    Also, a bolt sheared when he was trying to drop the sub frame to fit the fuel line. Does anyone know if the nuts for the bolts are captive?
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