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Old 18-02-16, 11:56 AM   #1
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How about a sticky where the content is only permitted to report the joys of owning a Peugeot?

With the vast majority being folk with problems I do feel a place to celebrate the good bits would be nice to see, however such good news should not be 'finally fixed my central locking' etc.

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I have two or three to share, so why not...
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what sort of good news ??
car related ??
Life related ??
try and explain more and we'll see what happens
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Sorry, I did say in the OP the joys of owning a Peugeot
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Still not 100% certain what you have in mind, but we'll see what others think and go from there.
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Any positive contribution relating to the ownership of a Peugeot that is not associated with overcoming a fault with the car.
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Any positive contribution relating to the ownership of a Peugeot that is not associated with overcoming a fault with the car.
like cheap tax or comfy car
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Good news - I finally have a better car than guys at work who earn more than me (I'm driving a 307 2.0 hdi, they're in a 1.2 Corsa and a 1.4 Focus)
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like cheap tax or comfy car
Yes indeed, or maybe a nice roadtrip, joining in with a cruise, perhaps an old faithful.
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How About in the three years I have owned a Pug it has been very reliable & the costs of keeping it running are very reasonable
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