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#16 xSoSeductivex

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Posted 19 September 2008 - 03:12 PM

Nice to meet you too.

Wish i could go to work at least i'd be earning some money so i can spend it on my car. Got too many projects on the go.


Well, the only reason I am working is to pay for my car! im !Removed! skint at the moment... :(

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#17 vinnyvangough

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Posted 19 September 2008 - 03:14 PM

I think everybody is to be honest.

With the way the economy is going i dont think anyone can afford to do much.
I have noticed that cars aint selling much at the moment, house's aint shifting either. Its so poor.

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Posted 19 September 2008 - 03:17 PM

Thats where im quite lucky, I still live with my parents, so I only have to worry about my car, which still costs me an absolute bomb!
Ahh, well I got an easy life in my job, I dont actually do sod all. Lol

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Posted 19 September 2008 - 03:24 PM

Motoring is so so expensive now.

Oh and hope you liked the photoshops i done ya. Probably made ya decision even harder lol

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Posted 19 September 2008 - 03:29 PM

Motoring is so so expensive now.

Oh and hope you liked the photoshops i done ya. Probably made ya decision even harder lol


Yes it has lol. I showed my mate at work, and even he couldn't decide which ones looked better!

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Posted 19 September 2008 - 07:28 PM

welcome to FOC Dani!

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Posted 19 September 2008 - 08:05 PM

Welcome to the club Dani :D

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Posted 19 September 2008 - 08:27 PM

Renaults break all the itme here check this out

Renault e.g. megane 1.4 hatchback nice family car brake disc and pads 170 service 200 just to change oil and oil filter

Ford focus nice big family car brake discs and pads 34 quid for me 12 for my discs each and around 15 for my pads


which are you going to buy i have had two renaults both clios first one 95 rt wicked car til the loom set on fire with me in it

clio 2000 grande rn special eds

bag of !Removed! had it 4 months went through 3 driveshafts to find out it was the gearbox might have been bloke ripping me off this guy i proved was an idiot now i do all the work myself or my mate joe does it cylinder head blew up cost me 800 then he screwed my revs up gearbox went knackered i spent around 2000 on that car not to mention i only paid 900 but brought it from a fcukin asian im not being racist but dont buy cars from them i have learnt bad from my mistakes there are a lot of good asian people out there i have two friends at work who are both asian there quality but most of them see u and think yes we can rip him off anyways rant over i had a few other cars as well

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Posted 20 September 2008 - 11:21 AM

Sorry to here about all the trouble you had matt!

Motoring is so expensive hence why i had to sell my IS and swap it for a fiesta! I'm just saving up now to buy a house in a couple of years when i finish my course. We are being royally ripped off by the government and business's now though!

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Posted 21 September 2008 - 04:46 PM

Renaults break all the itme here check this out

Renault e.g. megane 1.4 hatchback nice family car brake disc and pads 170 service 200 just to change oil and oil filter

Ford focus nice big family car brake discs and pads 34 quid for me 12 for my discs each and around 15 for my pads


which are you going to buy i have had two renaults both clios first one 95 rt wicked car til the loom set on fire with me in it

clio 2000 grande rn special eds

bag of !Removed! had it 4 months went through 3 driveshafts to find out it was the gearbox might have been bloke ripping me off this guy i proved was an idiot now i do all the work myself or my mate joe does it cylinder head blew up cost me 800 then he screwed my revs up gearbox went knackered i spent around 2000 on that car not to mention i only paid 900 but brought it from a fcukin asian im not being racist but dont buy cars from them i have learnt bad from my mistakes there are a lot of good asian people out there i have two friends at work who are both asian there quality but most of them see u and think yes we can rip him off anyways rant over i had a few other cars as well

Matt


I think my clio was costing me a minimum of 300 every couple of months, just for stupid stuff, I may be a girl, but I thought something wasn't right, so I sent my dad to sort my car out for me, and it was truly a heap of !Removed!! I loved it to peices, it was my first car, but it HAD to go :(

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Posted 21 September 2008 - 10:20 PM

Nothing worse than a car that throws all your money away.

I have had Fords for over 7 years and never had anything surprising happen to cost me money. Had a Corsa for 12 months and that was starting to cost so its now off the road and back in a Ford.

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Posted 22 September 2008 - 07:01 AM

Nothing worse than a car that throws all your money away.

I have had Fords for over 7 years and never had anything surprising happen to cost me money. Had a Corsa for 12 months and that was starting to cost so its now off the road and back in a Ford.


It was my dad that told me to get the KA, my dad has always had fords or vauxhalls and said they are the most reliable cars he's ever had. So I have him to thank, I just hope my KA isn't going to be an !Removed! like the clio!

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Posted 22 September 2008 - 08:24 AM

I must admit my dad has had a ford for a while and he hasnt many problems but my friend had an ST170 which had no end of trouble but i think that was more the way he drove!

I am hoping my car stays reliable as a previous jap owner i have high expectations.

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Posted 22 September 2008 - 08:30 AM

Im happy just aslong as my car doesnt break down on a ringroad ever again :)

I had a blind man, a taxi driver and a copper trying to move my car... oh the shame :(

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Posted 23 September 2008 - 10:32 AM

I had a blind man, a taxi driver and a copper .....


That sounds like the start of a joke

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