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  1. #406
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    Wow i've been through 4 cars since this thread!

    2003 Focus 1.6 Auto 98BHP
    05 525D SE which i made a killing on sale time! (really didn't need it and it was too darn big for the drive, but i got it for thousands below list due to favours owed )

    Seat Ibiza FR 2008 1.9 Tdi 130BHP

    Currently bouncing about in a 2006 BMW 320D SE 2.0 Tdi 160BHP
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    Still have my 2005 Dodge Ram 1500.

    Also have a 2006 Nissan Sentra Limited Edition.

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    My 1996 Toyota T100 got wrecked while parked in front of my house. I am trying to pay off an 07 Tachoma. Nice little truck.

    Fix your folding rigs mister. I suspect the clients have expired.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leoslocks View Post
    My 1996 Toyota T100 got wrecked while parked in front of my house. I am trying to pay off an 07 Tachoma. Nice little truck.

    Fix your folding rigs mister. I suspect the clients have expired.
    They are still running.

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    Justintime alluded to his clients being down for quite some time without knowing about it.
    I know yours are running as you are approaching the one million point milestone. Cheers for your continued success.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leoslocks View Post
    Justintime alluded to his clients being down for quite some time without knowing about it.
    I know yours are running as you are approaching the one million point milestone. Cheers for your continued success.

    Thanks.

    They are still chugging along.

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  7. #412
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    2002 Toyota Sienna, 2003 Kia Spectra.
    The good thing now: I finished the payments for both of them 2-3 years ago. Good cars so far.
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  8. #413
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    Wow, things have changed a bit for me since I last visited!

    I sold my 330d and now have a 1993 318iS as a track car:
    http://i130.photobucket.com/albums/p...DSC_8526-1.jpg

    and a 2003 M3 for every day:
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    long time since ive checked up here too! few changes for me, now working a 60 mile round trip from home 5 days a week so had to get something cheap to run for work, so went for a 1.5 turbo diesel Clio GT, 110bhp model goes ok, 185lb/ft of torque to drag it along, it weighs 1200kg though so its pretty heavy! solid and well built though, does 55mpg every day driving quite hard!

    its the white one...
    http://i24.photobucket.com/albums/c4...11066-Copy.jpg

    and my toy is a 2000 Renaultsport clio 172 phase 1, naturally aspriated 2.0 16v 172bhp as standard, weighs around 1000kg, this one has a few toys on it and should have roughly 185bhp, goes extremely well!...

    http://i24.photobucket.com/albums/c4...9/SDC11520.jpg
    http://i24.photobucket.com/albums/c4...1032010362.jpg
    http://i24.photobucket.com/albums/c4...1032010351.jpg
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    I've changed my car as well, the Protege was getting old and was not totally my car in the first place

    Now driving a 2010 Kia Forte Koup EX

    http://img23.imageshack.us/img23/1580/img1254vl.jpg
    http://img221.imageshack.us/img221/5316/img1252ai.jpg

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    wow i like that, Kia have really came up a level in the last few years! hows the build quality on them these days?
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    They still have to iron out some little details, but I'd say they are getting close to the Japanese. Like Hyundai before them they started rather so-so but they are making great strides, both in build quality and styling (they hired an ex-Audi designer to do their restyling).

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    I still have my 1995 Toyota Corolla. In the 6 years of ownership it has only broken down once.

    Quote Originally Posted by equinoxe3d View Post
    I've changed my car as well, the Protege was getting old and was not totally my car in the first place

    Now driving a 2010 Kia Forte Koup EX

    http://img23.imageshack.us/img23/1580/img1254vl.jpg
    http://img221.imageshack.us/img221/5316/img1252ai.jpg
    Nice looking car equinoxe3d
    A friend has a 2007 Kia Rio, which he brought new. Doesn't look as nice as yours but it is reliable.
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  14. #419
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    Currently 2006 320D SE
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  15. #420
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    2009 toyota tacoma, great truck so far!

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