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Postby The Swede » Tue May 05, 2009 10:18 pm

I was actually wondering... given the prices at the moment...

Should I get this one for Mak?
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Postby WR 1mposter » Wed May 06, 2009 5:37 am

no ! :roll:
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Postby WR1 Bro » Wed May 06, 2009 7:19 am

Why not. If she isn't happy with her "package" already ready then you better put the cherry on the top for her. Maybe you could deliver it to her only wearing your G-string and shades?
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Postby danr55 » Wed May 06, 2009 7:33 am

why dont you buy her a Maybach? :roll:
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Postby SPIKE LIKE MIKE » Wed May 06, 2009 6:40 pm

thats not the biggest one in the showroom....so I know you wont buy it... GET THE BIG ONE :toofunny:
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Postby The Swede » Wed May 06, 2009 6:43 pm

WR1 Bro wrote:Maybe you could deliver it to her only wearing your G-string and shades?


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Postby SPIKE LIKE MIKE » Wed May 06, 2009 6:45 pm

WR1 Bro wrote:Why not. If she isn't happy with her "package" already ready then you better put the cherry on the top for her. Maybe you could deliver it to her only wearing your G-string and shades?


PICTURE!!
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Postby WR1 Bro » Wed May 06, 2009 6:46 pm

Spike "THE LEGEND" Mike XXX wrote:
WR1 Bro wrote:Why not. If she isn't happy with her "package" already ready then you better put the cherry on the top for her. Maybe you could deliver it to her only wearing your G-string and shades?


PICTURE!!


Not seen THAT picture for a while. He even mentioned the Tequila again this week.
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Postby The Swede » Wed May 06, 2009 6:50 pm

Spike "THE LEGEND" Mike XXX wrote:thats not the biggest one in the showroom....so I know you wont buy it... GET THE BIG ONE :toofunny:


:lol: Parrot !

I was actually looking around at what the cost of a CLS would be as she quite likes that one and then noticed this one was cheaper actually :?

RS4 saloon would perfect. Money ... :(
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Postby WR1 Bro » Wed May 06, 2009 7:03 pm

The Swede wrote:
Spike "THE LEGEND" Mike XXX wrote:thats not the biggest one in the showroom....so I know you wont buy it... GET THE BIG ONE :toofunny:


:lol: Parrot !

I was actually looking around at what the cost of a CLS would be as she quite likes that one and then noticed this one was cheaper actually :?

RS4 saloon would perfect. Money ... :(


My heart bleed for you mate. Tell her to get a job?
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Postby The Swede » Wed May 06, 2009 7:10 pm

Nah, she can ask her mum for some cash.
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Postby WR1 Owner! » Wed May 06, 2009 7:14 pm

not from them i wouldnt! wouldnt trust a car from there to be honest! i seen the way some of them cars are driven. the term - drive it like its stolen - comes to mind. looks very nice though.
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Postby The Swede » Wed May 06, 2009 7:21 pm

WR1 Owner! wrote:not from them i wouldnt! wouldnt trust a car from there to be honest! i seen the way some of them cars are driven. the term - drive it like its stolen - comes to mind. looks very nice though.


You know these guys ?

In general, it is incredible though which bargains you can have on larger engined Mercs etc.

As we do not drive many miles with Mak's car, fuel consumption is not a priority and it does tempt you then to rather get a 53-plate Merc E500 for £11K instead of a 4-pot diesel.

A BMW 545i might also be cool, although don't know if they're actually 'cheap' yet.
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Postby WR1 Owner! » Wed May 06, 2009 9:17 pm

The Swede wrote:
WR1 Owner! wrote:not from them i wouldnt! wouldnt trust a car from there to be honest! i seen the way some of them cars are driven. the term - drive it like its stolen - comes to mind. looks very nice though.


You know these guys ?

In general, it is incredible though which bargains you can have on larger engined Mercs etc.

As we do not drive many miles with Mak's car, fuel consumption is not a priority and it does tempt you then to rather get a 53-plate Merc E500 for £11K instead of a 4-pot diesel.

A BMW 545i might also be cool, although don't know if they're actually 'cheap' yet.



dont know them directly. more as heard of them. quite a few friends of mine are traders in bradford so we hear of them and the people behind the cars. as from what i have heard of the cars i've been told dont ever buy from them. most of the cars have been tortured around the mcdonald car parks.
luxury german then your going down the right path. a 530d wouldnt be too bad. powerful at the same time

could also go for a A4 S line TDi Convertable top spec for around the price range. something new?

up to you and with your taste in cars sure you make the right decision
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Postby The Swede » Wed May 06, 2009 11:27 pm

WR1 Owner! wrote:could also go for a A4 S line TDi Convertable top spec for around the price range. something new?


:toofunny:

You trying to sell Spike's car?

OK, if we want to stay friends, remember I HATE diesels and I think convertibles are utterly useless.

I also do not want to buy a new car for what is a cheap runabout my girlfriend uses only to go to the supermarket and I use when I need to go to the great towns of Bracknell or Reading :?
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Postby WR1 Owner! » Thu May 07, 2009 2:28 am

lol oops. i wont mention the dti that i drive then :p

im into vauxhall SLIGHTLY ( dont know why :shock: )

The Monaro looks quite nice.. not many on the roads either so its something different if your willing to try different

go all out and get a mustang 8)

if not just buy a BMW just for the badge..
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Postby WR 1mposter » Thu May 07, 2009 7:23 am

The Swede wrote:
WR1 Owner! wrote:not from them i wouldnt! wouldnt trust a car from there to be honest! i seen the way some of them cars are driven. the term - drive it like its stolen - comes to mind. looks very nice though.


You know these guys ?

In general, it is incredible though which bargains you can have on larger engined Mercs etc.

As we do not drive many miles with Mak's car, fuel consumption is not a priority and it does tempt you then to rather get a 53-plate Merc E500 for £11K instead of a 4-pot diesel.

A BMW 545i might also be cool, although don't know if they're actually 'cheap' yet.


Thats why I said no !

Some reports on scoobynet somewhere !
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Postby The Swede » Thu May 07, 2009 8:59 am

WR1 Owner! wrote:lol oops. i wont mention the dti that i drive then :p

im into vauxhall SLIGHTLY ( dont know why :shock: )

The Monaro looks quite nice.. not many on the roads either so its something different if your willing to try different

go all out and get a mustang 8)

if not just buy a BMW just for the badge..


Hmmm... now you mention, the badge on the BMW is really the let-down. :?

Monaro is not suitable. It needs to be driveable for a woman with not too much driving experience and be reasonably fun for when I get in it.

If I'd get a Monaro, I could as well keep the Evo and let her drive that. Or get the real 'Monaro': the Lotus Carlton ;)

A scoob would be an option, but I'd probably find that a bit of a let-down after having had the Evo. It's like switching from full-fat milk back to semi-skimmed :?

Prob just keep the Lexus still and keep an eye out for what's around.
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Postby WR1 Bro » Thu May 07, 2009 9:10 am

The Swede wrote:Prob just keep the Lexus still and keep an eye out for what's around.


As first suspected, you are a tyre kicking waste of time.
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Postby The Swede » Thu May 07, 2009 9:14 am

WR1 Bro wrote:
The Swede wrote:Prob just keep the Lexus still and keep an eye out for what's around.


As first suspected, you are a tyre kicking waste of time.


:lol: How many cars did you already not have?

Or did I accidentally touch a sensitive string? :mrgreen:

I'm just not fixed with one car. I like to change and keep looking around for something I like more.

If it's hadn't been that the car would have to be a bit reliable, I'd have bought a really old beemer or Merc instead of the Lexus.
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Postby WR1 Bro » Thu May 07, 2009 9:23 am

The Swede wrote:
WR1 Bro wrote:
The Swede wrote:Prob just keep the Lexus still and keep an eye out for what's around.


As first suspected, you are a tyre kicking waste of time.


:lol: How many cars did you already not have?

Or did I accidentally touch a sensitive string? :mrgreen:

I'm just not fixed with one car. I like to change and keep looking around for something I like more.

If it's hadn't been that the car would have to be a bit reliable, I'd have bought a really old beemer or Merc instead of the Lexus.


Try again?
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Postby SPIKE LIKE MIKE » Thu May 07, 2009 5:51 pm

The Swede wrote:
WR1 Owner! wrote:lol oops. i wont mention the dti that i drive then :p

im into vauxhall SLIGHTLY ( dont know why :shock: )

The Monaro looks quite nice.. not many on the roads either so its something different if your willing to try different

go all out and get a mustang 8)

if not just buy a BMW just for the badge..


Hmmm... now you mention, the badge on the BMW is really the let-down. :?

Monaro is not suitable. It needs to be driveable for a woman with not too much driving experience and be reasonably fun for when I get in it.

If I'd get a Monaro, I could as well keep the Evo and let her drive that. Or get the real 'Monaro': the Lotus Carlton ;)

A scoob would be an option, but I'd probably find that a bit of a let-down after having had the Evo. It's like switching from full-fat milk back to semi-skimmed :?

Prob just keep the Lexus still and keep an eye out for what's around.


Swede, one of my Directors brings his mint Lotus Carlton at work most days now 8)
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Postby The Swede » Thu May 07, 2009 10:40 pm

Is he interested in selling ???
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Postby SPIKE LIKE MIKE » Fri May 08, 2009 8:00 pm

The Swede wrote:Is he interested in selling ???


We could sell you a nice residential refurb :lol:


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Postby WR1 Bro » Fri May 08, 2009 9:22 pm

Lotus Carlton... mmmm, love them A LOT
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Postby danr55 » Fri May 08, 2009 10:21 pm

The Swede wrote:Is he interested in selling ???


Swede, oh Swede, why, ohy why would you be interested in an old car such as this? Surely you know the "sort of people" that drive these surely buying the new monaro variant would make you more manly?
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Postby The Swede » Fri May 08, 2009 10:57 pm

danr55 wrote:
The Swede wrote:Is he interested in selling ???


Swede, oh Swede, why, ohy why would you be interested in an old car such as this? Surely you know the "sort of people" that drive these surely buying the new monaro variant would make you more manly?


Monaro = chav

Lotus Carlton = sense of protecting a great kind of car

Now you say... the Lotus Carlton is older than you are ! :rofl:
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Postby John Mc » Wed May 13, 2009 2:03 pm

WR1 Bro wrote:Lotus Carlton... mmmm, love them A LOT


Mate of mine had one of them in 1998 I think, mad as a hatter!! I remember taking me for a spin and I thought my spleen had split!! :shock:
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Postby The Swede » Wed May 13, 2009 2:27 pm

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WR1 Bro wrote:Lotus Carlton... mmmm, love them A LOT


Mate of mine had one of them in 1998 I think, mad as a hatter!! I remember taking me for a spin and I thought my spleen had split!! :shock:


What did the seat look like when you came out?
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Postby John Mc » Wed May 13, 2009 2:53 pm

The Swede wrote:
John Mc Tiddler (Dogging Expert) wrote:
WR1 Bro wrote:Lotus Carlton... mmmm, love them A LOT


Mate of mine had one of them in 1998 I think, mad as a hatter!! I remember taking me for a spin and I thought my spleen had split!! :shock:


What did the seat look like when you came out?


It was leather but when I got out the seat had disintigrated (poor quality)and I was embedded on the rails beneath :lol:
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