Catalytic converter theft - watch out folks

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mk1coopers
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Re: Catalytic converter theft - watch out folks

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Why didn’t any of the Bond Villains use this ?, would have stopped him in his tracks if he had no transport :P :lol:
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On the subject of "eco plastics" has anyone else experienced deterioration (stickyness) of items such as the covers of wind up camping lamps. Also video camera bodies like "Go Pro" - Just askin"
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The cars being targeted by catalytic converter thieves: Hybrid versions of Honda Jazz, Lexus RX and Toyota's Auris and Prius most at risk, warns insurer. There's been a 'significant' rise since June, says Admiral - and it has named the four cars organised criminals are identifying as prime targets:- https://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/car ... ieves.html
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mab01uk wrote: Thu Sep 22, 2022 11:18 pm The cars being targeted by catalytic converter thieves: Hybrid versions of Honda Jazz, Lexus RX and Toyota's Auris and Prius most at risk, warns insurer. There's been a 'significant' rise since June, says Admiral - and it has named the four cars organised criminals are identifying as prime targets:- https://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/car ... ieves.html
Some of those videos make shocking watching - holding up the traffic as you Nick a cat!!!
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