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S-Max Bob

'Twins'

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Went for a meeting today and when i returned to the car park i noticed my car had multiplied :o

Same colour, model, year and it was a 2.5 Turbo :P

Has anyone else had this trouble ? i think it could be the additives in Tesco's 99ron fuel :rolleyes:

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Lol. I know a lot of people who will park next to another identical car if possible.

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Lol. I know a lot of people who will park next to another identical car if possible.

i would only do it if mine was better :P

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Very true. I used to do it with my escort van all the time.

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Lol. I know a lot of people who will park next to another identical car if possible.

yep, im one of them. There is a lot of black mk1 focus's going about so its very easy. Alot of guys at work drive focus's and usually we all seem to stick together in one area of the car park. sad, well thats up to you but it must be safety in numbers or something? lol

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It happens to me sometimes but that is mainly related to the number of beers I had. :D

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It happens to me sometimes but that is mainly related to the number of beers I had. :D

you know you have had tooo much beer when you're seeing multipile s max's ;)

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