The Low Loader Thread

allandwf

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A bit of humor, most of us have had the odd issue, although truth be told these are very reliable overall, so post those pictures of your petrol saving moments.
Here's mine, the one and only time.
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outrun

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Water ingress to the fuse box. Fixed by master electronic engineer as new fuseboxes no longer exist !

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MrPea

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This was the result of a track slapper. I'll have to post the video when I can, because the recovery chap reversed his rwd truck into a boggy bit of verge and couldn't get out. He had to walk it out (took over an hour) using his tow thing.

 

Ewan

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I'm not sure if this is cheating, but this particular trip on a low loader wasn't from a breakdown. I just wanted to move the car without getting it dirty.
 

D Walker

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I'm not sure if this is cheating, but this particular trip on a low loader wasn't from a breakdown. I just wanted to move the car without getting it dirty.
Yup, cheating, Allthough I have thought of trailer ing mine for a re spray in same way!!!

But what a fantastic looking car!!!
 

allandwf

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None are really cheating, as I said it was a petrol saving measure ;) It is good to see a whole array of models though, and not just all 3200s as some would have is believe. :)
 

conaero

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Not broken down, off for inspection and sold to Zag

My only to date Maserati recovery was on my Grey GS when the clutch collapsed in Le Mans in 2009.
 

Neil183

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My last petrol saving trip, although it had 100 miles added when they delivered it back under its own steam...
It too nearly 3 weeks also to diagnose and remove the aftermarket DBW module that nobody knew was fitted, causing a complete ECU failure!
 

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