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Ross_K
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Post by Ross_K » 08 Mar 2009, 13:52

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Features:

* 37,000 miles
* Manual
* Red
* Petrol
* Hatchback
* 1998 CC

Full Description:

37,000 miles, 5 Door Hatchback, Red, Petrol, Manual one owner,good condition, low milage, 10 cd changer, taxed to 31/12/09. £999 ono

Private Seller:

Contact number: 08720 714661
Not an Activa, but a 2.0 turbo estate. May be of interest to some:
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Features:

* 73,000 miles
* Manual
* Blue
* Petrol
* Estate
* 1998 cc

Full Description:

5 Doors, Manual, Estate, Petrol, 73,000 miles, Metallic Blue. Alloys, Front electric windows, Front fog lights, Electric mirrors, Electric windows, Electric sunroof. Insurance Group:13, £995
Trade Seller:
Contact Seller:

Company Cars Direct

Website: Website Go to Dealer's Website

Contact number: Contact number (0191) 3780829

Both are £995

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Post by ACTIVE8 » 08 Mar 2009, 18:30

CitroJim wrote:
ACTIVE8 wrote: Hi andmcit

Are you putting a collection together, with one of every colour available? :wink:
Well, I have this rare picture of Andrew's car collection and it looks like most colours are already there...


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:lol: 8)

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Post by citroen7 » 08 Mar 2009, 22:50

is anyone nearthe one is bristol that could give it the once over
Ihave a cunning plan :D

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Post by Ross_K » 08 Mar 2009, 23:10

A few 'exotics'....

First up, a HDI Activa with funny leather/alcantara seats:
http://www.leboncoin.fr/vi/41277280.htm?ca=22_s

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A 2.1TD Activa????
http://www.leboncoin.fr/vi/40910623.htm?ca=22_s

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And another 2.1 - me likey. PS check that mileage 8)
http://www.leboncoin.fr/vi/38424792.htm?ca=22_s

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A V6 manual Activa to finish... Niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiice.
http://www.leboncoin.fr/vi/36306086.htm?ca=22_s

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Post by ACTIVE8 » 09 Mar 2009, 00:33

What's with the small front plate on the last one?

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Post by Ross_K » 09 Mar 2009, 01:23

It's Swiss.

I think the Belgians do the same thing - small plate on the front, big one on the back... or is it the Italians??

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Post by ACTIVE8 » 09 Mar 2009, 09:41

It looks odd when you see the different size, it's like an eyesight test.

If we had that here, would the read a number plate at a certain distance, done during driving tests, be done at a closer distance for the front than for the rear :?:

I have seen Mercedes C class cars with square number plates here, in a square inset in the boot, I.E they have a non U.K. boot lid, and have a different size plate to fit it!

Alfa's here still have the oblong size plate, although mounted at the side onto the curvature of the bumper.

Whereas if that model was on sale in the U.S. it would not have a plate there at all.

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Post by ACTIVE8 » 11 Mar 2009, 17:51

Hi Ross_K

That site also had this "non exotic," but saucy :wink: offering...............












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To quote a certain song, whilst changing one letter "I believe I can fry!"

Or should it be, "I believe it fries along the road!" :wink:

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Post by CitroJim » 11 Mar 2009, 19:07

ACTIVE8 wrote: "I believe it fries along the road!" :wink:
Dunno but I'm burgered if I'd tow it...

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Post by ACTIVE8 » 12 Mar 2009, 13:51

Traffic would certainly ketchup to you when towing that! :wink:

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Post by CitroJim » 12 Mar 2009, 13:57

:lol: :lol:

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Post by ACTIVE8 » 12 Mar 2009, 15:51

More from mainland Europe!

There's just so many here's one V6. 8)

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It's from Germany.

You can see it's left hand drive by the wiper arms.

Front view looks like it has "Aero" blades fitted!

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While this one below another German V6 8) appears to have had some extensive work done!

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Although that appears to be because of accident damage looking at this rear shot.

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While other work is also being done on the car.

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To those without an Activa, they corner like they are on rails, or axle stands :wink: the silver car could have been damaged by driver error I.E. another's, or the owners!

Might have been giving it too much sauce :wink: with the pedal to the metal!

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Post by ACTIVE8 » 13 Mar 2009, 16:48

CitroJim wrote:
ACTIVE8 wrote: "I believe it fries along the road!" :wink:
Dunno but I'm burgered if I'd tow it...
I would not relish :wink: towing it either! :lol:

Although whoever tows it in France, must be the vehicular equivalent of a high vis jacket!

Due to the fact, that it's not like you would miss it!

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Post by ACTIVE8 » 13 Mar 2009, 16:52

Wouldn't mind the residential workspace, where that silver car is being repaired, large garage, covered outside area, looks rather nice, that along with a V6 Activa would be great!

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Post by ACTIVE8 » 14 Mar 2009, 00:45

Here's an Activa HDI from Portugal.

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