so long little pug

Post in here if ya owned a CC but moved on
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puggermee
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so long little pug

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sadly the 206cc went for a run for the last time at least with us anyway. she was weary and lagging behind so we traded her for a 207cc . as we left the dealers she was left on the forecourt looking rather sad and tired . mind you on 34000 on the clock all genuine but she had suffred at the hands of 3 owners since 2003 and had been rebuilt along the way . diablo red allure.

mark farrier
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End of an era.
Would be nice to know what you think of the 207cc.
Mine is still good for a few more years, but come the time will have a problem deciding what to go
for next. Having had a convertible wouldn't want anything else.....choice would be SLK but have had
such fun and trouble free motoring for two years with the 206cc would like something along the same
lines.

puggermee
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had it for 2 days now so much more space and the ride is more comfortable too . no more key in the boot as it has its own boot opener . mirrors fold in and has aux heating too. ours is an automatic 1.6 gt

mark farrier
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What about the roof ?

puggermee
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no more silly catches that rattle. the roof has pins which just slot in and now there is driver / passenger window switches on the arm rests as well as 2 switches down by the roof operation button

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