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Dan552

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Leaving the fold
« on: 05 March 2018, 19:39:12 »

So, due to a change in circumstances and not having the time or inclination to sort out my Omega I have decided to throw in the towel. The old girl has been placed on ebay and I just want to thank those on here that have offered assistance and advice during my second stint as an omega owner. I am staying within the Vx fold as my Astra is back on the road. i may be back in the future who knows. if so my first post will probably express the regret of getting rid of the sport, but needs must.
Thanks again everybody.
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Re: Leaving the fold
« Reply #1 on: 06 March 2018, 19:55:06 »

Well that's it. She is gone. 400 not a lot of cash but a lot of car for the money even with her issues. And at least she is staying on the road and not being broken for parts.
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Re: Leaving the fold
« Reply #2 on: 07 March 2018, 02:22:34 »

All the best, welcome back anytime. Omega ownership is not a requirement for membership of the OOF  :)
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