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Discussion in 'A4/S4 forum(B5 Chassis)' started by TDI-line, Jul 2, 2005.

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    hmm £80 for someone to take the badges off??
    £270 for the clear rear lights??
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    The good thing about looking at these mingers on ebay is that you get to see what a mistake & waste of money some mods are.
    In a moment of desperation in wanting to spend some money on my car, i actually considered those rear lights & also that front badgeless grille.

    I think i'll give it a miss now......
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    Glad i could help guys. /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif
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    Glad i could help guys. /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif

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    Says the only guy on the forum with a modded cat.... /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smile.gif


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    £80 for a debadge is 'slightly' worrying but so is the respray for £795. I bet they did`nt remove the glass
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    It makes me laugh when i see these cars for sale, with huge lists of all the mods that have been done, invariably with the words "worth £xxxxx"after each mod.

    Just because a mod might have cost a lot of money, doesn't mean it's worth a penny unless a buyer wants it. The more a person mods a car, the more they are tailoring it to their own preferences and away from what others might want.

    Just my opinion (which is worth two penn'orth, BTW)
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    I spent a few thousand pounds on my previous car which was a mk2 Golf GTi. I decided that it was really the only time I was gonna have chance to get a magazine feature and I did, five pages so it was worth it and I don`t regret it

    I managed to sell it for £3.1k exactly two yrs ago so I lost a bit of cash but I expected that. The friends I made through the VW scene have turned out to be brilliant, alot of them are now best mates 5yrs later

    With my A4 that I have now I`ve modded it a fair bit but everything can be turned back to standard in less than a day so I can sell it to anybody if I can`t sell it as it is

    Good thinking Batman!
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