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Re: BMW X7 Ute [Re: Cat302] #584809
11/07/19 07:45 AM
11/07/19 07:45 AM
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Originally Posted by Cat302
There will always be a market for fools with money to spare or not .

Always be careful with comments like that - owning a Morgan

once: Green M3W; 2013
now: Red 4/4 Sport; 2011
and some practical cars for use in real life
Re: BMW X7 Ute [Re: The Austrian] #584840
11/07/19 10:29 AM
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Hello Hannes,

Understand your comment, had a few people question the cost of my Morgan, but my thoughts are the Morgan is a pure indulgence for my fun and pleasure, that is difficult to get from any other open sports car. A BM Ute is primarily designed as a work horse and I think the exact same work can be done with any number of like vehicles at a much lower cost.
My every day cars ( small hatch) get me from A to B in reasonable comfort, can be parked in supermarkets.

But maybe if I had more cash I would indulge more on my A to B car

Enjoy the driving.

Re: BMW X7 Ute [Re: Budster] #584866
11/07/19 12:30 PM
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Originally Posted by Budster
My farming friends drive Hilux and Mitsubishi L200 crewcabs.
Most of these come with the distinctive odour of cattle!
(The vehicles, not my friends!).

I can see some of the trendy second home owners buying that BMW and getting it really muddy, prior to driving home to London/Birmingham or wherever they originate.
stirpot ooo wink

I'm pretty sure that Harrods sell "Knightsbridge Spray on Mud" for the discerning Tonka Toy owner.

Here for a good time not a long time!!
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