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Discussion in 'Showroom' started by StrickenHAWK?, Jun 27, 2009.

  1. StrickenHAWK?

    StrickenHAWK? New Member

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    mmm, thats the same over here. bit of a pain really, you want a nice car and then the insurence is sky high.
     
  2. Pherelas

    Pherelas I'm Going Slightly mad

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    There is someone at my college with a brand new M3, i have the same insurance problem as you so how he got insurance I have no idea.

    Anyway to solve the problem i'm not buying a car untill after uni so am driving my mothers car at the moment (I didn't choose the colour).

    http://i147.photobucket.com/albums/r289/pherelas/Car Pics/DSCN0387.jpg

    Sorry about the pic, i couldn't be bothered to walk downstair and get a proper photo ;)
     
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  3. Car Freak

    Car Freak loves dirt too

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    You could have rotated the picture for us... ;)
     
  4. Nodz86

    Nodz86 ____________

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    theres 2 reasons for this:

    1. On Mummy and Daddy's insurence/company insurence
    2. Born into money so can have what he wants regardless of cost
     
  5. me™

    me™ *turbo whistle*

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    OMG I have almost the exact same bike, except it's the 2007 model, so it's just a slightly brighter shade of blue, and the forks are black instead of white.
    Oh wait, that's an Avalanche, mine's an Aggressor XC3. It's got the same basic frame though (the trusty GT 'triple triangle' design), with rock shox darts forks, tektro mechanical discs, and 24-speed shimano trigger shifters.

    I also drive this:

    http://i191.photobucket.com/albums/z245/matt88sco/thepunto.jpg

    And a Citroen Xsara Picasso 2.0HDi sometimes (my parents' car). You can actually see it in the background there.

    Oh, Safiro, what frame size is that? Looks huge compared to mine. I have the 16" model, that looks like it's about 20"

    mod edit: Please don't quote images, thanks!
     
  6. big-t1991

    big-t1991 I´m wanted -dead or alive

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    [​IMG]

    ^-not mine but same model
     
  7. gingervette

    gingervette Corvette = Win

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    2009 Chevrolet Silverado LS extended cab 4x4
    1977 Chevrolet Corvette coupe

    Won't post pics because both of them already have a thread :)
     
  8. And3rs

    And3rs Here for my yearly visit

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    I dunno :p
     
  9. Jacob

    Jacob New Member

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  10. me™

    me™ *turbo whistle*

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    Heh. My knowledge of bikes has shot up massively in the last couple of months. Working in a bike shop does that to you, surprisingly...:lol:
     
  11. beem3r

    beem3r New Member

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    I drive a Ibiza Junior SE and I cycle on a Diamant Idol's Eye (atm it's stolen, but i'm getting it back! :twisted:)
     
  12. Homer_Bart

    Homer_Bart SL65_AMG_Madness

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    #32 Homer_Bart, Jul 3, 2009
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  13. KoenigseggBG

    KoenigseggBG Made in 1994

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    It's the other way round. ;)
     
  14. StrickenHAWK?

    StrickenHAWK? New Member

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  15. KoenigseggBG

    KoenigseggBG Made in 1994

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    Teh bike. You drive it with the wheels on the road, not the seat and the steering. I think the joke didn't work. :eek:
     
  16. StrickenHAWK?

    StrickenHAWK? New Member

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    oh, now i get you! teh brainz no work.
     
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  17. Homer_Bart

    Homer_Bart SL65_AMG_Madness

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    ^ Can't have it standing with the handles resting on the wall, don't want to damage the really old and expensive painting hung on the wall :p

    And anyway, here's the rest of our garage (which I can't drive):
    http://i94.photobucket.com/albums/l113/Homer_Bart/DSC01565-1.jpg
    http://i94.photobucket.com/albums/l113/Homer_Bart/DSC06815.jpg

    And in the forthcoming weeks, company cars:
    Toyota Estima Aeras G in this colour, ready for collection by next week or so.
    http://i94.photobucket.com/albums/l113/Homer_Bart/AerasG.jpg

    Jaguar XF 3.0V6 Luxury, also in this colour, which has been sitting in the Jag dealer for 3 months because the boss wanted the cars to be collected all at once. Collection is planned to be next week too!
    http://i94.photobucket.com/albums/l113/Homer_Bart/8152_02LC58JOA.jpg
     
    #37 Homer_Bart, Jul 3, 2009
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  18. Jacob

    Jacob New Member

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    Holy Hell those are all company cars!?!?!?!?!??!?! i want to work with you dad lol
     
  19. asdfx

    asdfx New Member

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    we have sold my 2004 BMW 520i (e60). since that, i drive mom's 2008 accord, and she is about to buy a new car
     
    #39 asdfx, Jul 4, 2009
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  20. StrickenHAWK?

    StrickenHAWK? New Member

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    HB, why do you need so many cars
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