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Post by Richard Moss » Sat Apr 25, 2009 10:00 pm

Lord Sterling wrote:Cheers Kyle, what are they like to drive, never driven a 2-seater sports car,
And if you'd driven a TT, you still wouldn't have driven a 2 seater sports car.
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Post by Lord Sterling » Sat Apr 25, 2009 10:13 pm

Richard Moss wrote:
Lord Sterling wrote:Cheers Kyle, what are they like to drive, never driven a 2-seater sports car,
And if you'd driven a TT, you still wouldn't have driven a 2 seater sports car.
Very true, just a bit of absent mindedness on my part there. What I meant was I've never driven a small 2 (or 2+2 if thats it is, I wouldnt know, I really wouldnt) seater car.

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Post by Kyle » Sat Apr 25, 2009 10:20 pm

Lord Sterling wrote:
Richard Moss wrote:
Lord Sterling wrote:Cheers Kyle, what are they like to drive, never driven a 2-seater sports car,
And if you'd driven a TT, you still wouldn't have driven a 2 seater sports car.
Very true, just a bit of absent mindedness on my part there. What I meant was I've never driven a small 2 (or 2+2 if thats it is, I wouldnt know, I really wouldnt) seater car.

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Post by CHR15E » Sat Apr 25, 2009 10:31 pm

A guy I used to work with had one a few years ago, back when they were 20K second hand! He had it for a bout a year and then sold it as his kids had outgrown it. :lol:

He loved the car otherwise though, they bought an A4 avant instead.
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Post by Kyle » Sun Apr 26, 2009 6:32 pm

Bike now gone
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Post by Richard Moss » Sun Apr 26, 2009 10:46 pm

Kyle wrote:Bike now gone
Just the Audi to shift and you'll be respectable again.
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