do not take the care....ask for a replacement or go to another dealer. Be sure to let the Audi supervisor rep for the UK know what is going on with detailed pics and in written form. No one should spend that on a car that is not new and 100%
this should be a wonderful and informative forum. I have met in person one member in Tokyo and it was thoroughly fun!!! I agree that it was getting tedious with some posts....since I am a new member this past year I was very poliyrly informed when I posted something incorrect....and it helped enormo
wonderful view...you are lucky!!! it might be good practice for a series of shot.....it is odd how different it feels to be in classic car...lower, smaller and at least in the USA a bit more vulnerable due to all the large SUV's.....but the 1800 is a gem...enjoy. maybe we meet one day on the street
is another must visit spot in Tokyo where you can see , handle and dine with the most amazing photobook library .. Photo Book Dining Megutama - I am sure you and any of our friends here will enjoy it!!!! Regards from the PCNW
but want to wish you and all my friends here at WatchProSite a happy holiday season....to you, your families and loved ones...thanks for making it more interesting on a daily basis!!! Finally got my Zenith back from "spa" treatment...3 months away, a great Christmas surprise.....
but it depends on if you will drive it and use it daily? 996 series had some things one needs to watch out for...and many people did not care for the pancake headlights....on the other hand they are a blast to drive but I believe the first series that was not put together by "hand" ...mostly robots.
that this seems to be the lament within the circle of watch AD shops handling Rolex. I for one find it often in the Fine Art Galleries......people at the "front desk" with lots of attitude, which is BS. In fact I often chuckle when the actual gallery owner comes out and will recognize the person who