4 Wheels

I have this terrible kleptomania when it comes to things with wheels, so much so that I’ve never sold a car or bicycle I’ve owned (I’m excluding from “sold” the car bought from me by the insurance company because it was too expensive to repair…).

In chronological order I have accumulated a Toyota Hilux (1994), Volvo V40 (2000, deceased), Nissan March (1996), Audi A6 (2003), Mission Jupiter Offroad Trailer (2012), and a Land Rover Range Rover (2002).

2018 addition: BMW E60 545i (2004)

Knott in Botswana fleet all in one place for once.

Knott in Botswana fleet all in one place for once (2018 Edition)

Where’s the fun in owning new cars when you can spend time working out what’s broken, how to fix it and predicting what might break next?

This section is a brief introduction to how I came to own the cars with links to posts about my experiences with them: the joys of ownership, how to fix the bits that have gone wrong and some adventures along the way.

BABS on the Makgadikgadi Pans at sunset.

BABS on the Makgadikgadi Pans at sunset.

Nissan March under a rainbow near Nyangabwe Hill

Nissan March under a rainbow near Nyangabwe Hill

Range Rover By A Tree

Range Rover By A Tree