Have a feeling I may have been 'clocked' by a fellow member...

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  1. lisa110rry

    lisa110rry Hardcore MB Enthusiast

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    Late this morning on the A59 travelling south toward Liverpool, I was at a traffic light when someone "bipped" me and smiled and waved. Not someone I recognised so I thought it might be a forum member recognising the unusual colour of the little car?

    If so, thank you for your greeting.
     
  2. Howard

    Howard MB Club Veteran

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    Maybe it was your 'Honk if you're horny' bumper sticker ?
     
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    WG M-B Auhorised Forum Sponsor Authorised Forum Sponsor

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    You crack me up
     
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    lisa110rry Hardcore MB Enthusiast

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    Ha! A bit old for something like that!

    I do always say, if you see a Designo Electric Green R170, beep - it's bound to be me! As we left Speke Hall, the sun was out, so it was top down. By the time we got to Crosby on the coast road, the sea fret had returned and it was COLD! Here in the village north of Southport, it never went away apparently.

    Mind you, the car looked nice, all clean with the black trim freshly 'blacked'.
     
  5. Padacol

    Padacol New Member

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    Certainly not seen one that colour before.... we've been over Southport way a few times in my yellowstone SLK , again, bip if you see us
     

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