Mine was brand new. Picked it up Friday, shot the picutres Saturday and posted them here as soon as I got home. I know that for you guys this is just a normal A3 but due to our sick taxes in Denmark it costed me 55.000 £. I am really happy about the car. Don't use words as "ultra fast", "internet" and "uk" in the same sentence. No one would ever believe you. lol
Anyways, please accept my apologies for posting pictures in a picture thread
Denmark jeezo £55000 you would be better off immigrating to Germany and applying for a photography job with Audi for there model brochures lol your photos look ace mate
The problem is, these pictures are ****** hard to come by, and in my searching, sometimes a little classic turns up, but any A3/S3 pics with peaches are rare.
Otherwise, just the normal porn sites.....
Yeh I saw that when I specced mine, but then when I was sent a brochure through the mail and saw the PDF brochure online they were standard. I emailed dealer asking for confirmation and he told me it was standard so I'm expecting them on mine but I'm sure I heard somewhere again recently that it won't be! Who knows?!?!I thought they where an additional option on the configurator?
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Yer the Captain Kirk of Audi Car photos mate....Cyber Space the final frontier,these are the surfing voyages of the @TDI-line enterprise, to explore very strange new websites,to seek out pervy photos of cars n burdz....to boldly go where no normal Audi Anorak has gone before............Title music begins...........Nah.....Nah.....na ....na......na...ooooh ..........oooooooooooooooooo....lol
Yeh I saw that when I specced mine, but then when I was sent a brochure through the mail and saw the PDF brochure online they were standard. I emailed dealer asking for confirmation and he told me it was standard so I'm expecting them on mine but I'm sure I heard somewhere again recently that it won't be! Who knows?!?!
Got mine this morning
Thankfully the rear diffuser is nowhere near as bright silver as shown on the configurator.
I had read the horror stories of owning a black car and considered changing to Daytona or even Vegas yellow, but was reassured by the dealer that the black would be fine and sure enough the car is a beauty, especially with the privacy glass. Sadly, despite the forecast, today was a sunny day and as soon as I got home and parked in the sun all I could see was major swirl marks everywhere! I'm not a detailer, or even an experienced car washer, so the maintenance of black paint now terrifies me! It will be an experience, quite possibly one I won't want to repeat! Perhaps that's why the dealer threw in a posh case filled with AutoGlym life shine products and microfibres cloths!
Only have a couple of pics in the handover bay for now, spent most of the day playing rather than taking pics, will get some better shots tomorrow if it stays dry!
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Love the yoke!!! How are you getting on with the brilliant black? I pick mine up next week and it's identical (externally) and would like to know the craic. I'll probably never wash it as I kind of like the dirty look but is it as nightmarish as everyone says? What freebies did you get with the pick-up?
I know it's not aimed at me but I had a brilliant black S3 and when clean and polished it looked the dogs. However, it was a nightmare to keep clean as all black cars are but I also found the paint to be a little soft compared to the usual hard Audi paint. I always snow foamed it first, used the 2 bucket method to clean it and was very careful with drying it. I noticed that my wooly mammoth wash mitt was actually seeming to mar the paintwork so I had to stop using it. I went on the hunt to find the softest sheepskin mitt I could find. Just be extra careful with it and you'll be fine, which means no auto car washes and no dodgy clean you car places. I'd post a picture but it's the wrong shape for this thread.