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Pics from the Paris Motorshow (S3 and R8 inc)

god_thats_quick Oct 14, 2006

  1. god_thats_quick

    god_thats_quick Numptie of the highest order

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    As I managed to find time to have a wonder about, thought I'd share some piccies from the Paris Motorshow - it was HUGE.

    S3 (Much better in real life that I thought):

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    R8 (Can someone lend me the money please - just look at the details):

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  2. Ess_Three

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    I hope the manufacturers showing cars in bright colours heralds a return to people buying bright colours, and an end to drab blacks, silvers, greys, dark blues etc...

    The S3 looks superb in orange.

    But the GT3 RS! Ahh...if only!
     
  3. marriedblonde

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    Somme lovely pics there, liking the tango s3!
     
  4. god_thats_quick

    god_thats_quick Numptie of the highest order

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    Agreed, however let keep loony yellow for the special few!

    Not going to be trading yours in anytime soon then hey Glen! :whistle2:

    I think the main surprises of the show for me were liking the S3, the amasing detail on the R8 and the new Scirocco - Be interesting if they make it.
     
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    Indeed they do! :eyebrows:


    Nope, not a chance.
    It still thrills, frightens and excites in equal measure...so no need.
    I'm not even close to finding the limits of it.

    Besides, I now have a f'in large mortgage to contend with...so my 'silly car' fund is seriously depleted!
     

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