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Roll on the weekend....

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by Covenant, Jul 31, 2006.

  1. Covenant

    Covenant Member

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    ...so I can take my new puppy out for a looooong drive :)

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    As expected - the stealer got it wrong:

    Only half tank of fuel, the deal was for full tank

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    Amazingly, considering this had come from another dealer where it was a showroom vehicle, there was a line on the paintwork where the shipping tape had been removed - you can just see it here

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    The noob salesman offered to let their valet "T-Cut it out" :laugh: ...erm... no thanks. I'll just wait until Spearsy visits on Sunday for my Swissol treatment.

    Chuffed to bits, can't wait to get out of town and onto some proper roads :rockwoot:
     
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  3. mfspen

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    Great car.
    I pick up my 2.0T S-Line special edition on Sept 1st.

    But is it just me, or do the pics above look horizontally squashed ?
    If I drag them onto the desktop of my Mac, then open them there, they look normal.
     
  4. Covenant

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    I took em at max rez on my camera and resized, but they look ok to me. It could be that your browser is resizing the forums?
     
  5. dickys3

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    That car looks spot on!
     
  6. mfspen

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    I see the same distortion (especially the first 2 pics) using Safari on a Mac, and using both Firefox and Incontinence Exploder on the PC. It's as though they are either compressed horizontally or stretched vertically.
     

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