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My A3 (pictures inside)

killa_z Sep 13, 2006

  1. Jampublic

    Jampublic Taking it easy..

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    Well my first car was a fiat Panda, and all you boys were driving Audi's! :rolleyes:

    boo
     
  2. Phantom_A4

    Phantom_A4 Member

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    Hehe, my first A4 only cost me 5k, which isnt much. Considering most youngsters buy new KAs etc which are about 8k ish. Just preferred a A4 obviously lol! Insurance was stupid on it tho, but well worth it ;)
     
  3. jojo

    jojo Looking for Boost! Staff Member Moderator Team Daytona Audi S3 quattro Audi A6 Audi Avant Owner Group

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    I think his private plate is suppose to read BAD or BADDD in this case, so BAD MF? :gun2:
     
  4. Phantom_A4

    Phantom_A4 Member

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    Well it's different i suppose, can't really talk as mine is chavved to the max!!!

    Get some Audi plates from www.fancyplates.com would look better :D
     
  5. garratt83

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    I think the car looks good. I'm 22 and have a 2001 a3. I really do like the alloys. Headlights not sure but the standard ones are starting to look abit dated.

    What alloys are they?

    Good car.:yes:
     
  6. Ess_Three

    Ess_Three Active Member

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    Well, since commente were/are welcome...
    I don't like it.

    It's straight out of 'chav street' as far as I'm concerned...and adds weight to my decision to get rid of my S3 before A3s/S3s started heading down this road.

    Maybe I'm getting old too....

    As for the plates...I don't see the need to have "moth***ucker" either. Is it meant to be big? Or clever? Because it's neither...it just markes the owner out as a tosser, in my book.
    I'm not adverse to swearing or easily offended...but I don't see the need to be a twat and antagonise those who are easily offended.

    If you get away with those plates...fair play to you. Mine are slightly illegal too...
    But if you get tugged and fined, please don't come whining and whinging here...'cos we don't want to hear it. Everyone knows the risks.


    I guess I just don't get the whole 'look' that many people go for nowadays...
     
  7. Corey

    Corey Seeing the world differently.

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    Just to throw a thought out there regarding the plates.
    The vehicle is not road worthy/legal with them. Sort of gives your insurance company an excuse to not pay in the advent of a claim.
     
  8. benw123

    benw123 Moderator

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    I actually like it! Love those wheels in particular. And while it's definitely provoked a lot of opinion here, I wouldn't worry about the criticism - modifying cars is very much a personal thing.

    But you're lucky to have such a nice car at 17. When I was that age (12 years ago) I was driving a 1984 Ford Escort 1.3GL - in Solid Brown! LOL
     

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