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Old 05-07-2003, 04:33   #1 (permalink)
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I think Ford are lying to me

This is not my car , because the last time I looked , my bonnet has a lump in it . The registration info I also got from Myford.com.au is wrong .
This is rigged and all a big con. I think I should be compensated with a few extra horsepower for pain and suffering .

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Old 05-07-2003, 04:41   #2 (permalink)
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Hahaha, your car must have had a bonnet transplant somehwhere along the way, or maybe ford just has a set of photos of the same actual car and stuff up on yours.
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BTW are you using your SIDO or VIN, and are they correct?
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I used the VIN number which is on the rego sticker .
Can't see how they could have used an XR6 bonnet , unless they chopped a hole in it. I have been stooged .
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Well as you can see the bonnet is still not closed, what they actually do after this shot, is jump up and down on top to close it.

Theres ya bulge!
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Hahahaha,

I would check the VIN from the plate under the bonnet....you might be surprised...
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Well, just like all good things your car has matured since it was born......
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have you seen the pulsar commercial? well ford do the exact same at the end of the production line.
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Old 05-08-2003, 01:02   #9 (permalink)
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Hahahaha,

I would check the VIN from the plate under the bonnet....you might be surprised...

I did the VIN number under the bonnet , and to my suprise , I still got the booby prize.
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I think I got the best one...

Here's the Caption:

"Dear Kieran,

The Hi-line team and TROPICAL FORD is proud to present you with a picture of your BA FAIRMONT SEDAN having its engine fitted. This picture shows Ford's state of the art 'clam shell' supporting your vehicle while your 4.0L DOHC VCT I6 is lifted into the engine bay. Your BA FAIRMONT SEDAN also has it's petrol tank, axles and all other components fitted to complete the vehicle.

We hope you enjoy the photograph."

That what I get for my BA XR8!!!
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