Re: New Car
- From: "Vamp" <None@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 24 Jun 2006 20:25:17 +0100
"SteveH" <steve@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Bob Sherunckle <zilspeed@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I went for the Golf. It's runable every day without costing a fortune. It
seats four if strictly necessary (I don't need anything more than that),
Me, SWMBO and l'enfant can go for a bit of al fresco motoring of a summer
What's more, the tax I no longer pay because I no longer have a company
and the increment I get at work for being an essential user will pay for
So - they are still effectively paying for my car and I still get 40p a
(9000 a year, you work it out <VBG> ).
Anyway - pics.
I sent one of the car to a mate who immediately slagged it off as a
hairdressers car (which obviously it is) and he did an excellent photshop
job on it to complete the 'going anywhere nice this year' appearance.
Nice. Always liked Golf cabrios - if I had the room I'd buy a properly
sorted MkI - in Rivage spec. if I could find one.
guy at work has a MK1 cabrio in orange looks totally original apart from a
bit of a drop, tidy car on an A plate!
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