Rover plant in Swindon indeed...Brad Pitt said:IMO, all of the 4 forums are populated by narrow minded, uneducated sorts anyway. Therefore, the inaccurate, sensationalist, ramblings I read there does not surprise me in the least.
Most of em have no idea at all, but will sound off being self appointed "experts" on subjects they have absolutely no idea on, aside from what they can recall of a paragraph they read in a dentists surgery a few months before.
I dunno what they think, but the first UK built Hondas were built at LB before Honda built their own plant in Swindon. Damn Channel 4s' registration process. We'll have to invade tomorrow instead...morris-mg said:I guess they mean the panel pressings plant.
Yes it was the Ballade and Concerto ranges built at LB. It is surprising how many concertos were made for the British market initially, although the production figures fell sharply towards the end of the cars life.Nick Birse said:I dunno what they think, but the first UK built Hondas were built at LB before Honda built their own plant in Swindon. Damn Channel 4s' registration process. We'll have to invade tomorrow instead...
I fear you've all spent too many hours listening to Steve Wright and The Big Quizadam6177 said:everyones aim for next week.....try and use this word in every day conversation.
Thats made it to my word of the day slot!
What on earth were people doing to it?!?!and that Pearlescent Nightfire paint used to oxidize within a year!
I had a ride in my sisters new car the other day - a Ford Fiesta.andywhitehurst said:When I have been in my mates cars such as a corsa, 206, clio, hec even a golf, I have thought how cheap and tacky they look and feel inside.