Hi just looking to see if I can find any information on my coupe whilst it was in the UK up to 2009 prior to being shipped to Ireland. I have information and work done whilst in Ireland. I believe the owner in the UK was a fellow forum member. Any information would be great!
Does anyone know the exact size of the rear windwscreen wiper hole in the rear window?
I know there is a How To Guide on here, however i'm looking for the specific hole size details in order to locate a Glass Window bung. To save me taking apart the car before I order one - anyone happen to know the dimensions?
Seen one of these up close yesterday. The wife & I went to Perth yesterday to look at a flat for our Grand daughter. Went by bus with our free bus passes On the homeward journey at the park & ride waiting for our bus back to Inverness I spied parked at the top car park the familiar nose of an Aston. So I went to have a wee swatch at one of my all time favourite cars.It's quite a long vehicle but they are very low. In bright silver with black leather... Private plate, so don't know the year but it was very new.
Thanks for opening this post and I hope you manage to read it all without clicking the back button.
I've only met a few of you coupsters and I'm not sure who knows the sad story about my wife Jan
On August 27th 2015 whilst out riding on our motorbikes together, she was knocked from the road and into hedgerow and trees where she broke almost every single bone in her body, including her neck, back, pelvis, fema, forearm, ribs heel, punctured lung and haemorrhaged kidney and liver. Although that seemed bad enough, the surgeon in A&E said that they would be able to fix her up with plenty of metal and nuts and bolts. However, that first night in hospital she suffered a massive blood clot in the brain which went un-noticed due to the pain relief she was on and suffered multiple strokes and brain stem damage.
The result was basically emergency surgery to try and remove the clot otherwise certain death was to follow. The result was the surgeons at James Cook Hospital successfully removing the clot and placing Jan into an induced coma where she remained on life support with a 5% chance of survival for the next 2 month. When Jan eventually awoke from the coma, she spent the following 3 month in hospital learning to eat, walk and talk again.
Now, 4 years to the day she plans on walking up Mount Snowdon for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance charity who airlifted her to hospital on that horrible shitty life changing day. Left with breathing, balance, temp control, memory problems along with double and blurred vision and a cage around her spine, there is no stopping this woman from doing this walk as she needs and wants to prove to herself, her purpose and self worth.
Anyway, before I get too emotional typing away here....and I can feel it brewing up. All I ask is you all to consider donating just the cost of a cup of tea for a pretty amazing and inspirational woman and lets face it, a bloody good cause too! I really am a lucky man.