You always hear those stories about how a child spent all their childhood moving from town to town. Some of those forlorn stories even involve moving from one country to another time after time. In almost all the stories it is about the trials and the tribulations, the confusing identity, lack of friendship, and the being rushed from school to school without any stability Autel MaxiDiag MD808.

Thankfully, this wasn't my life. My dad had a good business, my mum had a solid job, and I drifted through my childhood with very few troubles, other than the normal things that kids get when they are little. However, one area of my life was never consistent, and that was the cars that we used to own.

I know, I know, every family changes their cars from time to time. However, my dads business was a used car dealership, and because of this he would drive many cars each year. He was in the industry because of how much he loved the shape of cars, the designs, the shape of the engines. This obsession with so many different models was probably what made him so painfully unable to resist the temptation of the latest automotive bargain.

I loved all this change. One week I could be sat behind the wheel of a battered Ford Cortina, and the next minute I would be way up high in a gleaming new jeep. I could go from impractical sportscar to all terrain vehicle in seemingly no time at all, and it gave me a real feel for what made a car good - and a taste for the better things in life! This probably wouldn't have been the case if my father had had a different job - or if he had only sold one brand of car. Indeed, we definitely wouldn't have had the cars if he sold new cars exclusively!

Thankfully, however, we did get to experience the variety. From the extensive range of cars, there was always one that stood out in my memory, and which I believe stood out in my dad's memory too. This one was so special that he allowed himself to keep it for nearly half a year, before he eventually gave in and sold it on!

This car was a used Rolls-Royce that he had bought at an auction. He hadn't really been expecting to buy anything, or so the story goes, but there was this gorgeous old Rolls with noone bidding on it. The opportunity was far too good to pass up, and my dad rolled home with a sparkling silver Rolls in slightly battered condition. Being a amateur mechanic he fixed most of it up Autel MK808, and then me and my sister got to be the lucky gals that were driven round in a used Rolls-Royce all day!

So this sort of inconsistency was definitely a positive influence in my life - although it has left me with a rather insatiable dream of owning another Rolls myself one day! The design was so beautiful, and the interior was amazing even through a child's eyes!

Pete J Ridgard is a writer and a car enthusiast. He currently writes for the automotive industry. Here he discusses Used Rolls Royce.
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