Well, before contributing to the "plans for 2019" thread, here is what I think I achieved in 2018
220 turbo MoT'd once more and put back under a cover in the man cave, just need to pump one of the rear tyres up every month
Both of my 'Wedge' Princesses taken out of hibernation and used to support the Leyland Princess club at the NEC. Then both put back into hibernation, although one now has an MoT
Allegro 1100 coaxed back into life after 11 years off the road and used to test the viability of MoT exemption. 15 feet travelled before the brake pedal sank to the floor,
then a 15-mile journey from its resting place to the man cave, struggling to exceed 30mph and with plenty of black smoke (after fitting a new master cylinder). Hasn't moved from the man cave since and hasn't been treated to a cover. Conclusion: MoT exemption has its limitations!
Wife's Austin 1300 restoration continued but not completed: new headlining installed, various random parts bought at the NEC, still need to make gaskets for the door handles and install the rest of the interior.
Wife's Rover 100 cabriolet taken out of 5 years' hibernation and recommissioned in time for that fantastic summer we all enjoyed.
Now tucked away in the man cave and deserves a cover.
Allegro 1.7HLS bought on impulse after seeing it on eBay. Kind of a 420 GSi of the 1980s. Well, I think so, but not expecting many others to agree
Needs a few minor body repairs but has only done 30k.
MoT failure Rover 25 1.4 bought on eBay to donate various Solar Red panels to our 25 GTi and 25 diesel. After a couple of hours' work and a quick raid of my parts bins, all of the MoT items had been fixed. 6000 miles later, I am still using it as a daily drive
(see ZR notes below)
Proof given to me that German engineering is not as infallible as many would have you believe. My 55-reg ZR with just over 40k on the clock expired in the middle of a roundabout. Cause? Faulty Bosch diesel injector pump.
Received a 'pscan' for my birthday. All of our cars now have plenty of spare key fobs and no warning lamps showing