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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by dave.partridge, Mar 11, 2011.
Please remove my account, I no longer have a Merc.
I am willing to bet a fair percentage of this forum do not have a Merc! It;s just such a nice place to be :bannana:
Never understood these requests. Surely if you're done here, you can just cease posting for however long?
No need to physically remove all trace of having ever owned said vehicle, if that were even possible
Anyway, all the best for whatever car you have now
There is no escape from the Forum - tongue firmly in cheek.
Given the OP racked up only 22 posts in 7 years, I think this was effectively the strategy they he as pursuing!
You can check out any time you want, you can never leave...........
Rust in peace W210 owner.
6 years and still a new member.
Perhaps the descriptions are silly?
Well, are you hardcore? Not sure I am...
I have had the same Vito for 13 years.
Which I sometimes kind of like, a bit.
What about 'slow poster' and gobby?
or irregular, regular, and constipated?
Now this has the potential to be a good thread.....
Any C63's in it?
No and that's why it could be a good thread....
Farewell to dave.partridge, say hello to Alan for me
Hmmm...not sure I would call myself "hardcore"!!! I like 'em...but I like other cars too.... maybe I'm just "keen"...
I must be hardcore. I've eventually come round to accepting rust as a part of owning a modern car....
It is the rust that stops me liking my van.
It makes me feel that I am daft to have expected better.
I bought it new thinking I would keep it 15-20 years.
To put it crudely, MB ****** on my chips.
And I have to keep eating them.
Hardcore enthusiast is not how I would describe myself. I think that 'really quite cross with' is a fair description of how I feel about them as a manufacturer.