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Old 03-31-2003, 20:20   #1 (permalink)
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Question New car purchase - please recommend dealer in Melbourne

Hi people.

Well i've been talking about buying a ford for quite some time now, well the time may have come for me to replace the old galant, seems it's on it's last legs...

Now, idealy i would've liked to have waited till series 2 for obvious weight reduction and a certain product out of the FPV stables, but it seems i could be forced to jump in earlier.

So... if i do go for it earlier than planned, i will be going for the XR6T.

I live in Melbourne, so could anybody please advise some reputable dealers, guys that will look after me, etc.

The ones on my list at the moment are, Courtney & Paterson in Heidelberg, and Strapp Ford in Doncaster... anybody have any dealings with these guys???

Any advise appreciated.

Chris.
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ask for stuart at city ford he looks after me
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used Etheridge Ford in Vermont & Ringwood, never had any probs.
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If you were selecting Strapps (a site sponsor) then I'd contact Sathis at the Burwood Centre on 9888 9255.
There are a number of threads here that have spoken highly of their service and I would endorse those comments 100%.

If you call let him know you are from FF.

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Thanks guys for the resposes.

It seems the problem isn't as serious as first thought. I left work early today to try and get to the bottom of it, it was simply a set of dud spark plug leads that was causing the extreme missing, roughness and lack of power.

A new set of leads and plugs, and she's running as good as new. So fortunately it seems i can stick to my anitial plan.

thanks again guys.
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