Supercars spotted, some rarities (vol 7)

Supercars spotted, some rarities (vol 7)

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Blown2CV

23,203 posts

155 months

Saturday 15th February
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dino_jr said:
Slight tangent, I assumed bigmotoringworld is a generic car marketplace, then I spot these... They took them as trade in? ???????

suspect the owner is using the business's credit line to run a veyron for a bit.

mdk1

278 posts

161 months

Saturday 15th February
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I believe the Veyron was purchased so a slot for a Chiron was made available.

Petrus1983

3,305 posts

114 months

Sunday 16th February
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S1KRR said:
Any trader talking about Admin Fees will not be receiving my visit biggrin

fk em!
I've been looking for a car recently and thought I'd come across one that ticked all the boxes so I was all ready to phone and arrange a viewing - then I noticed that the price didn't include a £150 admin fee! Even though the price plus the £150 was around the right price for the car I still didn't bother going to see it.

CRA1G

3,907 posts

147 months

Sunday 16th February
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S1KRR said:
Its bks. And in implies they do something for the £200 other than "allow" you to purchase the thing they are trying to sell?


Ever wondered why Tesco don't charge a £1 admin fee? It looks stupid. And ergo anyone advertising it is a fking simpleton whose probably selling polished ste.
So you'd pay more for something like for like because there's no admin fee...? hehe presume you don't have a mortgage then..? wouldn't be wanting to be paying there admin fees would we...laugh

S1KRR

11,708 posts

164 months

Sunday 16th February
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CRA1G said:
So you'd pay more for something like for like because there's no admin fee...? hehe presume you don't have a mortgage then..? wouldn't be wanting to be paying there admin fees would we...laugh
My first mortgage included a fee that would be covered in the first 36 months compared to the no fee option.

My re-mortgage has no fee.


HOWEVER, the nice lady at Nationwide WAS doing something for that fee that I couldn't do myself. Whereas the dhead s who charge admin fees on car fking sales are putting in a thimbleful of fuel and sending the V5 to the DVLA for me. Both things I can do for well under £199


Wow what amazing service, I think I'll ask them to fk me in the arse and cum on my face too! rolleyes

fk them and I hope their business fail and they lose their homes. Robbing s deserved to be called out imo

Doofus

11,119 posts

125 months

Sunday 16th February
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You're a ray of sunshine, aren't you?

LotusOmega375D

4,529 posts

105 months

Sunday 16th February
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Bit harsh on the dealer. If he doesn’t get the £199 admin fee, the salesman won’t be making a penny on those two Bugattis.

blueg33

23,155 posts

176 months

Sunday 16th February
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S1KRR said:
CRA1G said:
So you'd pay more for something like for like because there's no admin fee...? hehe presume you don't have a mortgage then..? wouldn't be wanting to be paying there admin fees would we...laugh
My first mortgage included a fee that would be covered in the first 36 months compared to the no fee option.

My re-mortgage has no fee.


HOWEVER, the nice lady at Nationwide WAS doing something for that fee that I couldn't do myself. Whereas the dhead s who charge admin fees on car fking sales are putting in a thimbleful of fuel and sending the V5 to the DVLA for me. Both things I can do for well under £199


Wow what amazing service, I think I'll ask them to fk me in the arse and cum on my face too! rolleyes

fk them and I hope their business fail and they lose their homes. Robbing s deserved to be called out imo
Aww Petal. Are you having a bad day?

KillerHERTZ

611 posts

150 months

Sunday 16th February
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New plasticy cheap looking Defender:


Douglas Arfempty

599 posts

138 months

Sunday 16th February
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KillerHERTZ said:
New plasticy cheap looking Defender:

Looks like a Skoda Yeti......which are now 11 years old.

Doofus

11,119 posts

125 months

Sunday 16th February
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I've seen a fair few new Defenders, and whilst I like them in photos, in real life they are fking enormous.

epom

6,720 posts

113 months

Sunday 16th February
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Only looks big as it’s next to a mini.... oh.

broombroomcar

2,961 posts

50 months

Sunday 16th February
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Looks like a Suzuki Vitara.

I bet that wasnt what Land Rover imagined when they released their new £50k odd Defender

marine boy

375 posts

130 months

Sunday 16th February
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Bourton-on-the-Water?

KillerHERTZ said:
New plasticy cheap looking Defender:

illmonkey

12,495 posts

150 months

Sunday 16th February
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I took a photo of one a week ago and wasn’t sure where I put it, it isn’t a supercar... or a super car


EarlofDrift

2,564 posts

60 months

Monday 17th February
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KillerHERTZ said:
New plasticy cheap looking Defender:

Perhaps I'm in the minority but I think that looks horrific.

I'd love to see it mud plugging against an original Defender from about 2014.

Although I can't see many farmers buying one, it'll usually be bought by someone called Suzi who owns a upmarket salon who'll use it as a battering ram on the school run.

Gameface

11,857 posts

29 months

Monday 17th February
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That grey square in the rear windows just looks bizarre.

chasingracecars

1,603 posts

49 months

Monday 17th February
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Have to say it’s a shame to see the old one go but this is growing on me!

Voxy

1,180 posts

125 months

Monday 17th February
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Yet to see a new Defender in Tokyo, but here are a few other supercars/rarities/old cars...
































Petrus1983

3,305 posts

114 months

Monday 17th February
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What’s the black car just above the BMW?