I’ve got not issue. This place was never set up to replace Nutz, just be another home for people who were fed up with the Canadians not listening to the users. To be honest I never thought more than about 10 people would sign up. Lol.
Facebook Car groups can canoe right off as well. I canoeing hate those canoeers. Great for promoting events but total prarrie canoe as a resource for looking after your car.
Not at all Nick, my vision for the future is for forums to stick together against the likes of FB. One thing I've learned is that forums are far more personal. FB cannot replace them no matter how hard it tries. And members on one good forum will also be members on another.
I love David’s videos. The Facebook one was really interesting. He makes a great point about groups working best for geographically local groups.
I used to be a member rod the Basingstoke New Mini Owners Group on Facebook and it was brilliant. I went to a few local meet ups and went to a few people’s houses to help or be helped with things on the cars. We had a ew club stands at national events and cruised up together.
About 6 months ago the Admins got together and decided they wanted more members so they changed the name to Sticlty:MINI and started whoring it out all over the place. It quickly filled with people from everywhere posting pics of their minis and it’s lost the only thing that differentiated it for all the other big mini groups. Now all it is filled with is people asking stupid questions or “thanks for the add, here’s my mini” posts from people who sign up, post once and never return. It’s ok though as the group now has over 1k members instead of 30 and the admins can all pat themselves on the back for a job well done. It’s now a busy-ish group but as community it is dead.
Boils my piss. I very nearly started a new Basingstoke MINI group to prove a point but I just don’t have the time.
I totally agree about the local bit. You can help each other out if they are close to you, pooling your experience, or go as a "convoy" to events etc. Maybe a location on the signature or avatar box as per 'other sites' Just a point, UK is no use to anyone! Jonathan in Telford
Mazda Eunos Mk1 1.8l Yellow (dubious reputation of being written off twice now!) Porsche 997 3.8l S Black, Tailgate McNoIndicate 330d Touring Gunmetal chipped and tweaked.<p>Previous:- Nissan Figaro, Porsche 935, Porsche 944S, Tailgate McNoIndicate 528, Tailgate McNoIndicate 535, Tailgate McNoIndicate 327, Tailgate McNoIndicate 325, Lotus Elite, Lotus Esprit, Lotus Elan, Lotus Europa, VW Golf GTI Mk1, VW Golf GTI Mk2, + other lesser cars! (I apologise for the Nissan, I'm better now!)
howardb66: Had a drive of couple of 911s. They’re a funny old thing with the engine dangling right out of the wrong side of the rear axle. They go nicely & make a great noise tho.
Aug 13, 2019 16:04:25 GMT
wannabe: I drove one on one of those experience days - it was just like I've read about, all patter-y front end and weight transfer! I can see why people who like driving like them - the challenge of getting it right must be constant and rewarding (until rain!)
Aug 13, 2019 19:48:42 GMT
V6: The reality is, I suspect many of my dream cars would end up in a hedge on fire.
Aug 15, 2019 12:38:15 GMT
V6: IT'S ALIVE! V6 go BRUM BRUM.
Aug 21, 2019 17:08:31 GMT
V6: To the two people on this site LOL
Aug 21, 2019 17:09:05 GMT