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Old 06 Feb 2018, 11:53 am
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Having owned my Pt cruiser for nearly two years and they have been very enjoyable years, I have had to sell my pride and joy😢 I have had to get a small auto.
This was not an easy decision but due to health problems it had to be done.
Over the time that I owned the Pt I carried out several repairs and did general maintenance all of which was made easier with the help from the good people on this site.
Unfortunately doing my own repairs and driving a manual gearbox car has now become near impossible. I am pleased to say that the car has gone to a fantastic couple who had previously owned a diesel Pt and wanted a good condition petrol model. They immediately fell in love with mine and were so pleased with all the extras that had been fitted.
They are true Pt enthusiasts and were looking forward to taking the car to shows and meets. I told them about this fantastic website for any information or help they should ever need.
Many thanks to everyone who have helped and advised me.
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Old 06 Feb 2018, 01:09 pm
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Hate to hear that you needed to let it go. Glad it is in good hands with the new owners. You don't have to be a stranger to the forum because you don't own a Cruiser, check in time to time and see what going on. I will be looking forward to see the new members join and add to the family!
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Old 06 Feb 2018, 01:14 pm
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Once a PT lover - always a PT lover...
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Old 06 Feb 2018, 07:00 pm
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A note to those in the USA, a PT isn't considered a small car in other parts of the world so be grateful of what we have here.

Perhaps our guy can get a BMW Isetta as the back of a PT sort of looks like the front of one.
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Old 06 Feb 2018, 07:20 pm
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i know it's a lotta old white dudes here, but the thread title reminds me of this. remember to come back and say hi. clutter up the non-pt forum, and eat up the "we miss you"-'s

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Old 06 Feb 2018, 07:29 pm
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Sad to see you go, Darren.

Remember once a PT owner, always a PT enthusiast. And you are always welcome here with us.

May your health get better and may your new car bring you a lot of joy.
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Old 07 Feb 2018, 11:02 am
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Thank you so much. I will be visiting the site from time to time. The knowledge that I have learned from both doing my own repairs and what valuble information I have got from this fantastic site, I might be able to offer some help/advice to somebody. Also I suspect that the new owners will be introducing themselves at some point and I would like to see and maybe help if they should ever need it.
My new car is......... alright it is a Smart fortwo 451 petrol

A PT Cruiser it is not! but it is easy to drive, no clutch pedal, cheap to run and until the NHS get around to replacing my knees will now be my daily driver. I did consider an auto PT but there just wasn't any that I could find that was as good condition and low mileage as mine was. But who knows? one day I might be able to drive a manual car again and a PT would definitely be my first choice.
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