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post 15th July 2012 20:29
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http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/160841869405?ru=...9405%26_rdc%3D1


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post 15th July 2012 20:35
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roflmao.gif roflmao.gif my god! some mentally insane person obviously decided to put 2 of the ugliest cars together...unfuckingreal!


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post 15th July 2012 21:06
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QUOTE(NaanBread @ 15th July 2012 21:35) *
roflmao.gif roflmao.gif my god! some mentally insane person obviously decided to put 2 of the ugliest cars together...unfuckingreal!



i think he's going to have a problem with just one car
no one would have done to of them THINGS oops.gif ohmy.gif


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post 15th July 2012 21:11
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Please note collocation only....


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post 15th July 2012 21:22
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I'm lost for words......


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post 15th July 2012 21:37
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I'm lost for words......



the back end looks like a bmw no3.gif ?


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post 16th July 2012 06:08
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The question is WHY? Lol


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post 16th July 2012 12:10
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QUOTE(black 146 @ 15th July 2012 22:37) *
the back end looks like a bmw no3.gif ?


have you read what is for sale by any chance? laugh.gif


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post 16th July 2012 12:48
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And to add even more to the confusion, it doesn't look silver to me...or is it? unsure.gif laugh.gif


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post 16th July 2012 14:07
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not only 2 cars but 3! Audifront, on a scooby with a BMW rear wacko.gif


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post 16th July 2012 14:07
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Can I be the first to say...I've seen much much much worse.


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post 16th July 2012 14:53
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I reckon the guy that built that car is a mod on the scooby, bmw and Audi forum....and should be applauded for his bravery and commitment! Rather than disappoint the forum, he built a solution that pleased everyone. I reckon he has an avatar with for each one site....interior for scooby, rear for beemer and front for Audi.

So Langers and Hybrd....pull your fingers out...I wanna see a Mazda 6 with a 159 front and a ford foucs with a Giulietta rear!
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post 16th July 2012 15:24
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If SWMBO hadn't adopted it already as 'Hers' id consider it wink.gif laugh.gif


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post 16th July 2012 15:35
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If SWMBO hadn't adopted it already as 'Hers' id consider it wink.gif laugh.gif

Dodged a bullet there then! What could be worse than driving a diesel focus?!


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post 16th July 2012 17:33
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What could be worse than driving a diesel focus?!

Having to look at one from the outside.
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post 16th July 2012 18:06
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Looks like it's been well finished to me smile.gif Someone had put a lot of thought and effort into it. Also I think it's a JDM import but as the ad is so bad, I doubt it will mention minor details like that unsure.gif


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post 16th July 2012 18:06
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All i'll say is having driven it, i can see why it was Britain's best selling car EVERY year it was in production, Its, quiet, comfy, spacious, cheap to run and insure, and for a diesel of its day goes like stink in a smooth way, unlike the similarly aged Vectra DTi i had just before it that was flat until the turbo cut in then as fast as you'd expect it to be before the boost while it was on boost.

It's our family car, and to be fair It serves that purpose perfectly, heck it even dances well for a stock Ford when you push on, the lift off over steer is very fun laugh.gif


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post 16th July 2012 19:14
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goes like stink

....says it all really! whistle.gif
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