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  • wherrygirl
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    I hope all goes well with the new set of wheels, Thijs, and that you come to love it as you did its predecessor.
    Also, while you chaps bang on about the technical details, I would like to say how much I enjoyed the presentation of the announcement! A most amusing start, then plenty of pics. including the three cars with names superimposed on the numberplates, followed by the three named individuals standing with great determination one in front of each car.
    With Thijs in front of old blue and Wesley championing the new one while Peter tried to keep the peace between them, It's not hard to guess who the culprit was who pushed his dad into the upgrading operation.
    Cheers, anyway!

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  • wherrygirl
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    Goodbye, old blue. I've done a few kilometers sitting in that passenger seat. Happy memories.

  • pakarang
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    Originally posted by pakarang View Post
    How wonderful... not many things beats taking out a new or relatively new car.

    Looks great, perfect option for you. The shine of the car is great too - really shiny. Has it been treated with some kind of coating?
    ---- and good bye to your old friend. May he live happy days on a green field somewhere out there.

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  • pakarang
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    How wonderful... not many things beats taking out a new or relatively new car.

    Looks great, perfect option for you. The shine of the car is great too - really shiny. Has it been treated with some kind of coating?

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  • janihudi
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    goodby my friend, you are/was/ a great car, 100% of my expectations trully made

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  • janihudi
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    the ''Opel Knights''





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  • janihudi
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    i didn't want to leave the omega,because it also ments i would get a smaller car,but here are both of them in 1 image



    yes they are, behind the insignia stands the omega.,meaning it issn't smaller, but still more than 100 liter less storage place

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  • janihudi
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    panorama roof, here partly closed with a sunscreen



    which opens

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  • janihudi
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    a big a55,with lots of power



    atleast thats what the tailgate says

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  • janihudi
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    and here is nr 7

    an opel insignia 2.0 4x4 turbo Cosmo sports tourer .pfffffffff names are getting longer and longer

    build 2010 petrol engine ans since yesterday MY car

    (green plates are of the garage, dealer plates , but now i dont have paint the licence plates )

    not even negotiable. just



    again

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  • janihudi
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    The signum.was following the omega up as biggest model, but did,t sell mich as far i know. Never search for it, but it would be jard to fond one i suppose.
    The line of models is only growing at the low/ small end of the range. The A ascone i had was the lowest in line of the bigger model ,above that stands the record, senator and commandore.
    The ascone became vectra ,later insignia and is now the biggest of the opel range.

  • Clipper
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    The Signum is cool.

    A friend has one and it's a luxury ride. Once I made a mistake by calling it a Lignum, which is Latin for "wood".

    In UK, it's badged "Vauxhall Signum" of course.

  • janihudi
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    Looks good, but then i get the same as i have,only youngher and burl wood instead off carbon fibre.
    Now i get a complete " new" car.
    With much more gadgets.
    Something to do with penopause.
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