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In the next two months i am looking to treat myself for how hard my training has been by hopefully buying an R32. i am planning to own it for at least a few years until somthing else takes my fancy. but having met a few of your recently, most were keen to actually sell the car too me! so whats so bad about owning an R32? i know the novalty will wear off but i am prepared for that, the fuel costs i can cope with after owining and driving tdi Mkivs since i could drive i have got fed up in talking about how good my mpg is. any way i digress, why are you guys selling your R32s, surely they are a great car for everyday use and fun on b roads. let me know whats up before i dive head first into owning one, thanks
 

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Quote: posted by Rick18t on 13/09/2004 21:54:41

What training you been doing? are you at college? how can you afford the one you have? having been at college let alone an R32, or is your good ole parents helping out?. don't take the never never, i thought about chopping mine in for an R32 but couldn't bring myself to do finance, at least if things go pear shape my current car can't be repossesed coz i own it all. As nice as it would be, i think i will wait.

i may have got the wrong end of the stick but your reply sounds a bit harsh.i am in a very stressful job that pays well for my age. all going well i will get a 50% pay rise in two months time. hence the ability to own an R32! as far as the living off the parents thing, i earn more than both of them combined! [:D] i dont go to college and have been on this job since i left after my a levels. if you would like a financial break down of my finances then pm me. [:D]
 

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thanks guys.hey ricardo long time no speak, i love the pic of the lotus in your sig. i went along the m6 two days ago and the cars looked like they were standing still. lol .

by the way enigma1992 what job did you think i do? just wondering.

hey doc let me know how the r32 onwership gets on and was it a big burden financially compared to your previous car?
 

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Quote: posted by hmi1750 on 14/09/2004 20:20:56

you tell 'im Ian... hope all is well with you, shame you havent made it to anymore london meets, to think they started in a tesco car park!! in heavy rain!! lol

hey hmi. do those meets still go on now? what did i start! lol
 

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Quote: posted by Foxy on 14/09/2004 20:25:19

Ian, it's "their R32s", not "there R32s". LOL!!

oops [:I] you can see why i didnt go to uni! [:D] dont need many qualifications in my job.
 

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Thanks Doc it does help. I will try and write properly but i will proberbly get it wrong. The cost of running an R32 is a downer especially compared to my 130pd, but i am only 21 and mpg is somthing my dads winges about.
 

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Quote: posted by Tabs on 16/09/2004 21:12:13

Quote: posted by Beddie on 16/09/2004 21:02:59

Think it may be: Ian - just 'f.c.u.k'ing do it son!.... [:D]

I believe there was some text missing from the end....

'... and buy Tabs' immaculate 32'er'

There, now its complete [:D]

erm what i may say may get me thrown off here.[:D]

are you sure your R32 is immaculate Tabs? [^]

dude if it was indigo blue i would buy it no probs cos i love what you've done to it

oh and Foxy. i am sorry i seem to be draggin it out with this R32 buying but its a big commitment and i dont get my full 50% pay rise till nov. until then i have 41 more trips to pass to ensure my job for a bit longer.[:(]
 
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