Well drove the 200-odd miles to Norwich (man, that place is *really* in the middle of nowhere).
All fine except when I double grilled them on whether the engine was CR as advertised and not PDI (or whatever) works out it wasn't actually CR. Hey ho, no biggie I spose but I got them to throw in a few extras for goodwill.
Great drive back.... got a tad worried at 80 in topless mode that I was going to start losing what hair I had left then realised it's a lot better with the windows up
Put the roof up before hitting the M25 and, joy of joys, straight into a traffic jam. Spent the next 20 minutes debating with myself how close the car behind me was and whether I could drop the roof without embedding my boot lid into his bonnet (boy it does swing out some doesn't it!).
Took the family out in it..... hmm cream leather and 6 year-old twins.... let me rephrase that. Scrubbed the children, checked their hands, made them take their shoes off, put a rug on the backsit under their boosters, dug out a couple of caps and then took the family out in it... lol.
They all loved it as do I.
I've decided that my 11-mile commute on country roads is too short and think I need to rent offices a good deal further away.
All-in-all love it.
I do have the windshield thing for the back seat - does it make a big difference???
Also, had no idea about the bug shield. Am half tempted to go outside and look now but think I'll get some odd looks. One for the morning perhaps.
I do have a question though.... I know I should probably migrate them to another thread but anyway..... There's a space in the boot with two straps on the back wall.... what's that for. I imagine it's a warning triangle but I'm wondering if there's something more exciting I'm missing
Scooby, bizarrely / coincidentally (whichever way you look at it), one of my twins is called Daisy (and Charlie). hmmm not sure whether that's a good thing or not now. lol.
Anyway, going to bed and can't wait to go to work tomorrow as I get to drive - gee that makes a change