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Well thats a really great christmas present, watching the new owner drive off in my R32,he came and seen it on saturday, liked it and thats it away today, its been a pleasant experience and i can now say i have owned my dream car, albeit not for long enough but needs must and after buying a house i couldnt justify the expense:thumpdown::thumpdown:

Nevermind though i get my new car next week a MK4 Anniversary TDi, I will still visit the forum though as its the best one i have visited lately so all is not lost:151:

Merry christmas to you all
 

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Well, after considering another R32 i can honestly say i probably wont be, i enjoyed my time with it but money talks and its not shouting loud enough for me to justify the expense.

A superb car with a noise that i miss more and more :s:
 

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martin vr6 said:
Well, after considering another R32 i can honestly say i probably wont be, i enjoyed my time with it but money talks and its not shouting loud enough for me to justify the expense.

A superb car with a noise that i miss more and more :s:
Sorry to hear it had to go Martin, I'd be devestated if mine had to go, but.... "Never say never" you don't know whats around the corner:burnout:
 

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tamr32 said:
Sorry you had to her go mate as you say needs must mine is eating my license up 9 points in 2 year not good anyway catch you about what colour is the Anni
Well thats another thing, i would have probably got banned if i kept it, and being a driver for a living thats not a clever thing to do.

The anniversary is torndo red, not my first choice but it was a car i knew, and thats was more important than colour. Now i have it i m glad i chose red over silver, just looks much more special IMO
 

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Life is a balancing act. Mostly we live to work and work to live. When it comes to motoring, if you drive for a living then a clean licence is essential.

Owning a performance car like the R32 means points on the licence are a daily risk. I drove over 30k miles last year in my MK IV GTTDi, the only consolation, no points on the licence and 50+mpg.

Hope you can rejoin the fray in the future.
 
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