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Old 14-01-12, 08:47 PM   #1
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Now then lads & lasses!

No doubt there'll be a new host of members here, though I do expect John, Betty & Trem (At least!) to reply to this.

Fair enough - I've been dormant, and I apologise, I really hope you lot have coped without me. Anyway, Motor-wise, I am moving on. 05 Plate Audi A4 TDI is almost guaranteed right now. I think I've done well like. 98k miles, spec ed model, less than 5000. Aye have a look on Autotrader, see what you can get that's better than that!! (timing belt recently done + full Audi History)...

However, however, however... I won't move on forum-wise. I have browsed through their forums very briefly and it's like a ghost town. So I'll stay on this thriving Peugeot forum and hopefully contribute what I can to the network we have here.

So how's everybody?

Oh yeah, my first two mods are going to be rear tints + a lip spoiler. Nowt big, but I don't want to look like I want kids, ya knar?

Much love and all that patter...
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ahhh found it...so you decided to become, as we bus drivers call them, audi choppers...think they own the road

dont blame you staying here, there is a little section for you here aswell, i think...should be under other makes. i mainly post in the ford section about my focus like...it still helps in ways.

you going to the fella me and trem and i think yourself went to, near bede iirc.



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Audi forum dead and Pug forum rammed with posts........

...........Maybe a statement about reliability
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Maybe all the Audi drivers are at council meetings or out looking for new alloys
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Mate , they are way too busy reading the Guardian to be on ebay looking for alloys
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Pete hit the nail on the head about the forum activity like!

Aye John, I'll be going to the same guy in Jarrow. Got mine done on the red one by him.

I don't think I will go down the footwell light route with the A4 like. I need to find some more classy mods to do...

How's the Focus doing John?
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More like they're a bunch of uncommunicative unfriendly people who just throw money at the dealer to fix the problems rather than dirty their hands!
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Jazz is on a one man mission to change all that though
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Pete hit the nail on the head about the forum activity like!

Aye John, I'll be going to the same guy in Jarrow. Got mine done on the red one by him.

I don't think I will go down the footwell light route with the A4 like. I need to find some more classy mods to do...

How's the Focus doing John?
aii, cool,
so thats no mods then
i fucked it and its costing me 750 to fix! the car didnt break by itself as it should, i did it...its a very expensive lesson to stop me fiddling

its as they say "if you want it breaking, give it to john"




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Pete's right, I might be an Audi owner, but otherwise I'll be stingy as owt and will be doing whatever I can to do something myself/cheaply.

Unless... The Audi Dealers are reasonably priced

Haha John what did you do?!?!

I want to slightly mod the motor like I say, just not the little LED's n that. Something more classy. Any Ideas? I'm thinking

- Tints
- Little Lip Spoiler, nothing big
- Sill Protectors/strips
- Nice Mats
- Bigger Alloys

Just something to transform it from a family A4 to a Jazz A4. Not a Chav A4 though, rather chew me arm off.
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