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Offline a10gf

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Repair costs
« on: 22.03. 2013 18:33 »
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Online morris

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Re: Repair costs
« Reply #1 on: 22.03. 2013 21:07 »
 *smile* *smile* *smile*

Lucky guy!
Since I am the proud owner of an A10, they have to push me around in a wheelchair.....
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Re: Repair costs
« Reply #2 on: 22.03. 2013 21:28 »
I try to use the wife as payment. Best giving the mechanic a few beers first to numb his eyes.
Don't you dare tell her I said that.
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Re: Repair costs
« Reply #3 on: 22.03. 2013 21:35 »
r.e.cartoon, since starting my project, its cost me arms, legs, and everything else except my (big) mouth.

Due to the fact that there is no brain to operate it (That went on the 1303/03 tachometer) I am guilty of random off
 
topic inclusions in other peoples threads. The gearbox will probably remove the mouth, and the forum will return to

orderlyness.

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