Fully synthetic oil 5/30 £14.99 @ Home Bargains
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Fully synthetic oil 5/30 £14.99 @ Home Bargains

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Found 8th Nov 2013
Low ash longline and bmw ll04 spec so OK for cars with diesel particle filter.

Found in Stroud branch, Gloucestershire.
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Original Poster

Meant to write "longlife". Blasted predictive text!

how many litres

Original Poster

4.5 litres in a silver plastic can with a black screw top.

whiteston

4.5 litres in a silver plastic can with a black screw top.



Thanks will check my two local stores tomorrow

whiteston

Meant to write "longlife". Blasted predictive text!



EDIT!

Is it 'branded' ? Can't make it out on the pic.

Original Poster

Viscol, brand of classicrock oil.

http://classicrockoil.co.uk/shop/

Never heard of them either, but if it meets the specs for my car, then I am happy at that price.

From their website it seems like a long-established (1861) brand catering to the classic and vintage car fraternity. A fully synthetic at that price is OK by me. Hot.

wood33pecker

From their website it seems like a long-established (1861) brand catering … From their website it seems like a long-established (1861) brand catering to the classic and vintage car fraternity. A fully synthetic at that price is OK by me. Hot.



But classic and vintage vehicles don't use fully synthetic.

Besford

But classic and vintage vehicles don't use fully synthetic.


Not true - check their website, classicrockoil.co.uk/shop/
They're still offering fully synthetic - albeit not 5/30 - at full price, and seem to have a loyal band of satisfied classic car owner/customers.
I tend to agree,though, that SAE 5/30 oil - mineral or synthetic - would be more suitable for modern engines with low mileage and closer engineering tolerances..

Edited by: "wood33pecker" 11th Nov 2013

wood33pecker

Not true - check their website, http://www.classicrockoil.co.uk/shop/ … Not true - check their website, http://www.classicrockoil.co.uk/shop/ They're still offering fully synthetic - albeit not 5/30 - at full price, and seem to have a loyal band of satisfied classic car owner/customers.I tend to agree,though, that SAE 5/30 oil - mineral or synthetic - would be more suitable for modern engines with low mileage and closer engineering tolerances..



Perhaps I should have said don't NEED fully synthetic (unlike many modern, high performance engines)..
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