Commit For Life

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  1. Happytalk73

    Happytalk73 MB Club Veteran

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    If you had to commit to just one manufacturer, (that you can realistically afford) for all your cars, for the rest of your life which one would it be?

    I'm more than happy with MB. :thumb:



    (I wonder what Bruno will say? :dk:)
     
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  2. tron

    tron Hardcore MB Enthusiast

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    Bugatti. And I would have them made to my specification.
     
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    Darrell Hardcore MB Enthusiast

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    Happytalk73

    Happytalk73 MB Club Veteran

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    :doh:

    OP now edited. :D
     
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  6. Bobby Dazzler

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    Me too.

    I've covered many more miles in Mercedes than all other marques put together, and with a range spanning ForTwo, GLS, Maybach, GTR, and Unimog, they have the bases covered.

    All said based upon logic and reasoning and not as a fanboi. Well not much.
     
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    tron Hardcore MB Enthusiast

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    I refer the honourable gentleman to my earlier answer.
     
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    Davycc Hardcore MB Enthusiast

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    I hate you lot ... afford was distinctly mentioned.

    Yugo then for me
     
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    tron Hardcore MB Enthusiast

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    Oh all right then. MB, an abbreviation of




    MatchBox
     
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    Happytalk73

    Happytalk73 MB Club Veteran

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    No you don't. ;)
     
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    At the moment MB, but some things in life change Income etc, If i was worried about money it would have to be Toyota or Honda.

    If it stayed where im at then its MB easy hands down.
     
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    Vintage Racer Hardcore MB Enthusiast

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    FFS I get enough of this at home ... I actually do ... stop pretending you know I love you all..... huh women.... oh wait !:fail
     
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    At the risk of being cast out from the Mercedes owners club. Id have to say Jaguar :p

    The F type is an amazing car that starts at 50k, I prefer it over an Aston Martin!

    The F Pace starts at 34k... 34k!!!!

    The XJ is an incredible piece of craftsmanship

    And the XF is the all round top notch car. The XE? Well at least I've got somewhere to go when things arnt doing too well.


    Why dont I have a Jag? Because I'm 26 and they're not really aimed at people in my age group. Also I've wanted a coupe. I'll look forward to owning one as I get a bit older though :)
     
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    Mercedes marketing seems be working. They'll be chuffed to bits if they read that.
     
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