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Newbie from Scotland

Discussion in 'The Welcome Section' started by Blackwater, Dec 21, 2012.

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    Hi Guys, Gals,

    I have just bought myself a 3.2 A3 Quattro sport-back 2005 model with open sky, DSG, Bose, xenons, leather, s-line....

    I have been a car enthusiast for a few years now and was looking at a few different toys before I settled on the A3 V6.

    I am also a bit of a bike nut too with a Ducati and a Harley.

    Nice to meet you all :)
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    Welcome along, sounds like you've got yourself a decent spec A3 there. Check out the Scottish section for events and stuff :thumbsup:

    What Harley you got?

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    Hi Dazz,

    I have a 2008 1200XL Low, stage 1 with vance n Hines short shots, work carried out at Area 51 Glasgow..loud to say the least.


    Thanks for the welcome :)
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    Welcome to the forum Blackwater. Your car sounds like a nice one. Not into motorbikes myself at all, but if I was I'd have a Ducati!
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    Hello and welcome, always glad to see new Scottish members. A3 sounds like a cracker, but have to admit I'm more interested in the bike. Not many proper bikes up here, mostly Japanese rockets rather than big bikes.
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    Marty,
    There are a lot of Harley's in Aberdeen and shire area.. I have one and a member of Dunedin club, should drop into some of the meets during summer.
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    I guess all the Harleys are tucked away for winter and don't venture into town much. I usually see either L-plated little scooters, or GSX-Rs. I remember seeing a Triumph Rocket on Union St about 10 years ago, sat beside it in a Focus with half a litre less displacement!

    I don't even ride bikes, yet alone own one. Always been a wanting to get into it, but I'd definitely crash. There's just too many bad drivers around, it's barely safe to be in a car. My dad had an F150 Harley Davidson until my brother rolled it and wrote it off too.
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    Here ye go, the car has just come back from having the wheels done in Anthracite and a service through at Audi Stirling.


    A3.jpg

    Mini me on the bike :)

    Bike.jpg

    I will get some better pics when I get the chance:thumbsup:
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    My Roadking classic 1550 cc V twin, just after washing, big cams and ECU upgrade, torque monster
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