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From: Douglas Payne on 2 Jun 2010 15:23
Albert T Cone wrote:
> IIWY I'd be buying Mike's 306, spending the couple hundred to get it
> MOTd, then flogging the lex and enjoying a few months of tightfisted
> tractor power until you've got the shiny new job.
A 306 in fine fettle really is not a bad machine to throw around, and
they ride quite comfortably. The parts Mike mentions are not expensive
from the likes of GSF or Eurocarparts.
Not sure Elder will get on with the seats in a lower spec one.
NA Diesel is pretty slow and unrevvy but reasonably frugal and will keep
up with traffic.
From: Douglas Payne on 2 Jun 2010 15:26
> In article <hu5tjp$dck$1(a)heffalump.dur.ac.uk>, a.k.kirby(a)durham.ac.uk
>> Ballache, but surely it's better to take a crappy job for a couple of
>> months whilst you look for something better than be out of work with
>> bills to pay, unless they are offering a sweet redundancy package?
> The package is basically 3 months notice, + 3 weeks redundancy for the
> time I've been there, + any holiday/flexi hours I have left.
> They said they haven't said whether it would be worked notice or lieue.
> Taking the crappy job would make interviews difficult when I would need
> to keep taking time off for the hour drive back as I'm planning to work
> closer to home if possible.
Call in sick, its only a crappy job.
Being out on your ear is worse. I think you know that.