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0ldCh0d

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  1. I miss my Mercedes CLK 320 Avantgarde, in the best colour ever for a W208 CLK Quartz blue.

    GY51 DPK.....I really really should never have sold that one....

     

    My old Audi A4 2.8 Quattro (P179 VGP) that was another.....what a car, passed everything except petrol stations...sold to someone who kept at me to sell it to him, eventually I gave in & sold him it.....only for him to crash it 3 weeks later :( wrote it off sadly.


  2. I have been a long time lurker on here, but only recently made a profile.

    I thought that I would share some of my vehicles with you all. The pictures of them will be loaded up as & when I have the time to do so.

     

    First up....my daily (2001 Golf 1.8T) & yes, it is a VW, But I am NOT a OMGMADVEEDUBBER fanatic.... these are from when I first got it....it had been off the road for a year & a bit, so excuse the mould on the interior...

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    The eagle eyed amongst you will notice that the front tyre is something an F1 driver would be proud of & also a tax disc holder in the window.. remember them? lol.

     

    As can be seen, it needed a good clean up.


  3. My Dad currently has a 2004, 04 plate Mondeo TDCi (115?) Estate, & it has covered 114 odd thousand miles.

    It is a pretty handy sized estate car (big inside with the seats down), & does everything expected of it.

     

    It has got the dreaded DMF Rattle when stationary (it's quite noticeable..lol)

    However, it has Never FTP'd or shat itself & he has had it for about a year now.

     

    Another thing to note, rear brake callipers on the mondeo estate are prone to seizing up at the handbrake cable mechanism & the Mondeo hatchback callipers DO NOT fit the estate

     

    But aside from that, the car is very good on fuel, comfy at cruising on the motorway, & drives very nice for it's size.

    They are also very cheap to buy now....bit like Rover 75's.

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