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    2003 Rangie Vogue V8? Will I die with AIDS?

    Ok, I haven't checked it out fully, but I have a guy wanting to offload his 2003 RR Vogue 4.4 V8 for 5k. A bargain, but maybe too good to be true? Will I die or get AIDS from buying it?
    Envy is Ignorance, Imitation is Suicide - Ralph Waldo Emerson

    Originally Posted by Stang:
    particularly when your body is functioning like a 1970s Alfa made by drunken chimpanzees on a Friday afternoon

    #2
    Your spray on tan/ neck tattoos will rub off on the seats.
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      #3
      But on the upside his French Bulldog will be right at home.

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        #4
        Originally posted by bryan View Post
        Your spray on tan/ neck tattoos will rub off on the seats.
        That explains the stains already there

        Originally posted by Komdotkom View Post
        But on the upside his French Bulldog will be right at home.
        Ugly little cunts
        Envy is Ignorance, Imitation is Suicide - Ralph Waldo Emerson

        Originally Posted by Stang:
        particularly when your body is functioning like a 1970s Alfa made by drunken chimpanzees on a Friday afternoon

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          #5
          2003 is actually alright. They're old enough to be completely unreliable and worth exactly $0 so people who drive them tend to be ok. Plus they also have to be nicer to others because they're likely to be relying on their generosity to get home.

          Any Range Rover less than about five years old is generally owned by a complete asshole who will park it literally anywhere and on anything to avoid walking more than three metres to pick up his morning coffee. There's a black one that frequents our local cafe, the owner is about 5 foot 2 of unbridled aggression and I am fully committed to punching him in the face just because of the way he drives and parks the thing. Yellow lines, middle of the footpath and on one particularly memorable occasion in the middle of the road blocking traffic in both fucking directions simply because he is incapable of walking more than a car length to pick up his coffee. Fuck that guy.

          /tldr. 2003 ok.

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            #6
            Originally posted by bryan View Post
            Your spray on tan/ neck tattoos will rub off on the seats.
            Bankstown spec!

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              #7
              Originally posted by Mr Purple View Post
              2003 is actually alright. They're old enough to be completely unreliable and worth exactly $0 so people who drive them tend to be ok. Plus they also have to be nicer to others because they're likely to be relying on their generosity to get home.

              Any Range Rover less than about five years old is generally owned by a complete asshole who will park it literally anywhere and on anything to avoid walking more than three metres to pick up his morning coffee. There's a black one that frequents our local cafe, the owner is about 5 foot 2 of unbridled aggression and I am fully committed to punching him in the face just because of the way he drives and parks the thing. Yellow lines, middle of the footpath and on one particularly memorable occasion in the middle of the road blocking traffic in both fucking directions simply because he is incapable of walking more than a car length to pick up his coffee. Fuck that guy.

              /tldr. 2003 ok.
              Haven't seen him round - what cafe?
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                #8
                The Eva Street shops. He seems to be in at the Privateer every day.

                That place and the F45 joint have the shittiest customers on the face of the planet. Particularly the F45 place. They're on their way to do exercise, so logically park illegally as close as they can to the front door. Be it in the bus stop, no stopping zone or the cafe next door's carpark.

                Though Bellisimo at Bulimba runs them close. There is a carpark for the shop next door that says 'if you park here you're a cunt' all over it. Always filled with 8 black SUVs of various descriptions. Usually Range Rovers. I've seen them drive over the plastic bollards marking it a no parking zone.

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                  #9
                  The closer they park to the shop or gym, the less chance of them being shot getting from the car to the gym/cafe. Who was the bikie/gangster who got shot a couple of years ago walking out of the gym?
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                    #10
                    Mate had one last year, couldn’t get rid of it fast enough when it started doing random shit like shutting off on the freeway

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                      #11
                      'Yeh the Vogue v8 is top of the line'
                      'These we're over 100k brand new'
                      'David Beckham used to own one of these'
                      'No I've never tested it off road'
                      'Nah Range Rovers aren't as bad as everyone makes them out to be'

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                      * I'd own one in a heartbeat and quote each one of those to everyone who didn't ask.

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                        #12
                        5 grand? If it's anything other than rooted I'll be very surprised.
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                        People must assume you are some sort of drug dealer with all these nice cars turning up to a fibro home

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by Jack Nicholson View Post
                          5 grand? If it's anything other than rooted I'll be very surprised.
                          You just need 5k/yr to keep it going!

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by nutttr View Post
                            You just need 5k/yr to keep it going!
                            I think you are very optimistic on your numbers
                            .

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                              #15
                              Is this the same model that Doug Demuro had over $US20k in warranty work over 5 years?

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