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RE: An MB for Roger Galvin ...
From: firstname.lastname@example.org on behalf of Phil Payne
>It seems that others have a different meaning for 'immaculate':
Exactly. I spent 18 months looking over 'immaculate' quattros before I settled
on the one I've got and even that has some faults -
damaged trim (wear and an ICE install), incorrect/poor maintenance, some very
minor collision damage hidden behind the front bumper and similar to the one
you detail, front and rear wheel arches rusting at edges and different tyres
front to rear. There was one that I didnt find out about until after it was
sold, a pearl white 'G' plate MB which was in very good nick, no BS here, I
saw it shortly before its new owner collected it and spent several weeks
I'll stop now 'cos I can feel rant mode coming on - dealers, 'sporting
classic', 'fully blown turbo', etc, etc.
88 Ur quattro (running but incontinent)