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13-02-2016, 01:13   #1
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Post a picture of your vehicle here Part 5 (don't quote pictures, 24h ban!)

Did a job on the wheels today. Cleaned up and sealed. Pain in the ass to do but glad it's done.


Car is due a wash now though, it's a bit grubby

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13-02-2016, 07:21   #2
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First post on here as it's the first car I've ever owned! (always been company cars to date). Received this yesterday (from UK) and loving it so far! 2011 2.0 TDI 170BHP Elegance spec!
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Alloys suit it well.
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(just to reply to part 4)

Yeah duke and CIP4, spot on mk 7 golf.
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Since it's a new thread and all, might as well put up a new pic.

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First post on here as it's the first car I've ever owned! (always been company cars to date). Received this yesterday (from UK) and loving it so far! 2011 2.0 TDI 170BHP Elegance spec!
Nice car.

I just have to convince my woman that estate cars aren't the work of the devil!
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Since it's a new thread and all, might as well put up a new pic.
Those green indicators are trippy. Do you have any videos of them flashing? I remember you saying that they are still orange. How does that work?
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Those green indicators are trippy. Do you have any videos of them flashing? I remember you saying that they are still orange. How does that work?
Yellow bulbs.



Thinking of replacing them with grey/smoked ones.
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Picked this up in December. Felt there wasn't enough Bimmers in the Motors forum

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13-02-2016, 17:38   #10
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Gave the Focus a 1BM wash today




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Them stickers that Griffiths Motor Group put up on the back windows are awful ugly and obtrusive. Any one I see sticks out. It's not so bad at the top though.

If one wasn't enough, they decided to add 2 to the transits Both that were bought off them have 2 stickers on. They even put one on the front! Around the plates too.

Badly cropped pics, but they give the idea. Some dealers go too far with stamping their name everywhere. I'm ok with a small bit of it, but not too much.



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I'll probably remove the dealership sticker once the N-plates are off! Strange that the sticker is there to begin with though because this car is a UK import
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I'll probably remove the dealership sticker once the N-plates are off! Strange that the sticker is there to begin with though because this car is a UK import

Maybe griffiths imported it and sold it. They do a few imports.
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One for Noccy here now




Have this car for the next month anyway. Had a Kia Optima to start with but it was so terrible that it had to go back! This Mondeo is much better, 'tis the titanium model so is loaded with kit, and has the 240bhp Ecoboost engine.

I still they're a lovely looking car, and they drive great too.
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Looking over some old pictures of my cars from my first photo of them to my last. Damn Im starting to regret selling these cars. Would love to have that Corolla back and would of liked to have done more to the Golf than just trying to make it look like a GTI!








And this is how the Jetta looked when I bought it. Who knows what its gonna look like when I sell it!
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