impossible to find unmolested.
at least in Canaduh.
Shopping for my GTI I could not find CW,2 door, manual, HID Nav, so I have just a sunroof/convenience model.
Also a B7 A4 Avant S-line titanium manual is hard to find a nice one, or one at all:
B6 S4 Avant in Nogaro Blue with a manual is very hard to find, so hard to find even Google image search had a hard time showing me a stock one.
MKII Audi TT 3.2 Quattro Manual seem to not exist in my area, especially in preferred S line trim:
2.5 RS that wasn't beat to **** for under $5000, especially in this color combo
MKIII GTI VR6, no rust, maintained well, and for a realistic price, I really want a JB Driver's Edition
Last edited by .:FrankRizzo:.; 08-12-2012 at 09:56 AM.
Originally Posted by March 13, 2010 By Tom Williams
Oh, and about the Fuego... I, at one point, owned three of these which seemed necessary due to a lack of parts available. Liked to be driven, didn't want to run.
Last edited by nairmac; 08-13-2012 at 04:18 AM.
2014 Volkswagen Jetta GLI Edition30, Pure White/Black V-tex/carbon
2016 Honda Accord Sport CVT w/ HondaSensing, Crystal Black Pearl/Black
Son of a gun / Master of fate / Bows to no god, kingdom, or state.
Here's a car I'll pay a $5,000 finder's fee for.
In 1933 the Continental Motors Company went into production, making two convertibles, a 101" wheelbase 4-cylinder Continental Beacon and a 107" wheelbase 6-cylinder Continental Flyer.
It's so rare that no vehicles and no pictures seem to exist, only this drawing from a factory brochure.
Garmin Is My Pilot.
I am confident you are wrong, but instead of illustrating why, I will just make disparaging remarks about your reading comprehension.