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Re: Omega replacements- what's yours?
« Reply #60 on: 05 June 2019, 10:45:12 »

The replacement for my estate will depend on the available budget. If it's good, then I'll buy the latest petrol, manual V70 I can afford. If it's not very much, then I'll be looking for an Astra or Rover 75 estate.

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Re: Omega replacements- what's yours?
« Reply #61 on: 05 June 2019, 12:09:20 »

The replacement for my estate will depend on the available budget. If it's good, then I'll buy the latest petrol, manual V70 I can afford. If it's not very much, then I'll be looking for an Astra or Rover 75 estate.

Join the posh Vectra appreciation society.

Yes......buy the hand crafted Signum.

I said appreciation, not depreciation....
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Re: Omega replacements- what's yours?
« Reply #62 on: 05 June 2019, 12:27:25 »

The replacement for my estate will depend on the available budget. If it's good, then I'll buy the latest petrol, manual V70 I can afford. If it's not very much, then I'll be looking for an Astra or Rover 75 estate.

Join the posh Vectra appreciation society.

Yes......buy the hand crafted Signum.

I said appreciation, not depreciation....

Very little depreciation left in the mighty Signum.......soon to be an appreciating classic. ;) :D
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Re: Omega replacements- what's yours?
« Reply #63 on: 05 June 2019, 12:33:25 »

The replacement for my estate will depend on the available budget. If it's good, then I'll buy the latest petrol, manual V70 I can afford. If it's not very much, then I'll be looking for an Astra or Rover 75 estate.

Join the posh Vectra appreciation society.

Yes......buy the hand crafted Signum.

I said appreciation, not depreciation....

Very little depreciation left in the mighty Signum.......soon to be an appreciating classic. ;) :D
Well, it won't rust away like an Omega, so you could be on to something...
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Re: Omega replacements- what's yours?
« Reply #64 on: 05 June 2019, 12:46:00 »

The replacement for my estate will depend on the available budget. If it's good, then I'll buy the latest petrol, manual V70 I can afford. If it's not very much, then I'll be looking for an Astra or Rover 75 estate.

Join the posh Vectra appreciation society.

Yes......buy the hand crafted Signum.

I said appreciation, not depreciation....

Very little depreciation left in the mighty Signum.......soon to be an appreciating classic. ;) :D
Well, it won't rust away like an Omega, so you could be on to something...

I really like the car as an everyday 'does what it says on the tin' type of device.

Mind you, I'm probably not the full shilling.......being part of this forum is further proof. :)
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