I turn my back and this thread disappears. I'll give it a bump. [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]
Went to go register my new Jazz Blue #2555 into the registry and i noticed the destroyed section. I am the first person in it. Congrats to me. I took the numbered plate with me before saying goodbye to the car. So i will always remember it. Lets hope the engine and tranny from the car find a good home one day in a older vw.
Keeping the dash plaque from 3021 is an excellent idea bluejetta95. By doing that, it ensures that the next owner doesn't buy it thinking it's in prime condition. Excellent thinking! [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]
Quote, originally posted by MrGTI » The number of spotted cars is slowing, so i might start calling some US dealerships and finding out what the numbers are of the 20AE cars they have on hand are.
Every couple days, I check eBay for 20th GTIs, and check to see if they have the number listed, or in a picture. If the auction does show the number, I make sure to "spot" it on the Registry.
Nameci - Thanks. But if you see a 20AE on the road or parking lot, and the number is not in the registry, then just submit it as spotted, and use the state on the license plate!
KC Jazz - Hopefully there aren't many of our 20AE cars getting sold that way. I know that when i someday sell my 20AE (years from now), i expect to get top $$. I'm not selling this car for peanuts!
Taken this morning while at the stealership:
#3268 Imola Yellow
#3416 Imola Yellow
Larry Roesch VW/ Orland Park, IL
(Yet, I'm still the only IY in the neighborhood). 3416 Getting closer to 4000.
(It is also a coincidence I'm a REAL doctor. Dr Hank McCoy is Beast from X-men. Who is Nog Blue, like my old S4 )
My ex's: '95 GTI VR6, '03 GTI 20AE, '00 S4, Subaru Forester XTi, Hyundai Sonata, '11 GTI