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The previous owner of EU VIN 0447 (non sport!) did an official 0-100km/h measurement once, and he did it in 3.2s. So I guess that statement is...
"my" EU vin #0447 fits those requirements... although I think it's overpriced, it's in perfect shape at the back to perform stuff like this.
I'll do my best. I e-mailed the sellers 2 days ago because of some errors in their ad, but so far no reply.
Note to self: If I ever become an awesome CEO, be very unspecific on deadlines, people will still love you, no matter what ;)
Indeed... If you add the damage-estimation of 33K to the price, you would have to spend 72.000 (worst case... could probably be repaired much...
LOL @ BartJ
m0rph: Yes, I drove about 50-60K last year. My last CAC reading wasn't that good, because it had been in service for over a week...
In case anyone was wondering what happened to my crashed Roadster... damage exceeded €33.000,- so the leasecompany didn't want to repair it any...
Parts are insanely expensive... that's the reason I no longer have a Roadster. Minor damage on my front was €33.000.- worth of parts :(
I got my car without any badges.. the previous owner took them off for some reason. I put an Autobots badge on the rear for fun.
Daar krijg je een "vlamnieuwe" 5 deurs Mini ;-)
I totally forgot about my reply... thanks for reminding me!
LOL yeah that's some scary stuff! I took it out, and it's now a sad souvenir on my desk
LOL, that looked exactly like a scratch when I saw it in the bin @ repair center.
Judging by the damage, the heart-shaped scratch and the split front bumper: yes that's it!