(1) Rally rules state that the car cannot be worth more than Ôö¼├║100 and Les and Claudio had a struggle in getting their banger in a condition to race.(2) It's like paying off the mortgage on your house or choosing to lease a new car over three years instead of keeping your old banger with its crippling repair bills.(3) they've only got an old banger(4) Sorry we're late, but I had the old banger apart and it took longer to put it back together than I figured.(5) You stick your fingers up in anger as you wheelspin away in your old banger , kicking out enough fumes to create another twenty foot hole in the ozone.(6) The gallant ten-year-old has more miles on the clock than an old banger , but he still has the engine and constitution of a Land Rover.(7) If you already own a car, and don't intend to keep it, then you also need to estimate a trade-in price for your old banger .(8) On a family visit to Windsor Safari Park just to get used to his new car, a jumpy old banger with steering wheel stick-shift gears, Ron was flagged down by a policeman.(9) they've got an old banger(10) The reindeer was actually an interesting cold meat, like a prosciutto ham, but slightly more substance than pork, while the Aussie sausages were good meaty bangers .(11) The bombardment by bangers , crackers and fireworks was such that there was hardly a silent minute in any town, of any size, in County Mayo.(12) Hallowe'en is a particularly busy time for the dog pound as some dogs tend to be frightened off by fireworks and bangers and end up in the pound as they are unable to find their way home.(13) National Car Test mechanics are clamping down on old bangers with more than 60,000 pre-1992 registered cars failing the test this year.(14) They are not supposed to be working but their entrepreneurial skills include buying old bangers at the car market and fixing them up for resale.(15) All pet owners should be extremely cautious this weekend as children play with fireworks and bangers , he said.(16) This move towards the more sophisticated sausage has propelled once basic British staples such as bangers and mash and toad in the hole to new culinary heights.