Re: Travelling to uk, what should I get there? (GKONYA)
VAT stands for Value Added Tax. Basically whenever you buy anything new here the Government adds 17.5% to the price in tax! This applies to new cars, but not second hand ones. So over here you lose 17.5% of the purchase price on a new car the minute you drive it out of the showroom!
Re: Travelling to uk, what should I get there? (AZVDUBYA)
You can probably find euro lights WAY cheaper there than you can here. That's what I would get, even if it's just to sell them here. My friend has gotten euro lights from europe for less than a 100.00 bucks!
Re: Travelling to uk, what should I get there? (ArthurGlass)
are you sure thsoe werent jsut the lenses?
plus you have to remember that the english lights are positioned backwards so you will be blinding everyone on the road, on account of the driivng on the over side of the road bs.
whats the front air dam, the bumper thingy? i heard thsoe are like a cool grand
Re: Travelling to uk, what should I get there? (NVmyVW)
quote:[HR][/HR]2 dollar heineken drafts
Good question, im going in march.
[Modified by NVmyVW, 4:46 PM 2-12-2002][HR][/HR]
i would have said a ice cold pint of carlsberg! and fish and chips!!
be sure to take alot of film, too. you'll be amazed at the cars over there. i went to shoot a pic of a tvr tuscan, and a lancia delta integrale pulled up. 2 for the price of 1! i was thinking about picking up a set of piper cams, but the ad in PVW changed their prices (higher). oh well…
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