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Originally Posted by sirron
The flat back of the HT attracts dirt, like Colorado attracts druggies.

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I'm currently too embarrassed to even post a picture right now (and that doesn't include the embarrassment over it probably being upside down too!). Winter in Canada is not kind too cars either. I'm driving a blazing red car that's rapidly going grey. At least it's the car and not me!
 

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There's no such thing as justa cooper! I love my MCS because of the additional power, but I suspect the Cooper is the pick of the range because of the balance of power, fuel economy, ride, price and handling....


I miss my dark silver R56 - it never looked dirty!
 

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There's no such thing as justa cooper! I love my MCS because of the additional power, but I suspect the Cooper is the pick of the range because of the balance of power, fuel economy, ride, price and handling....


I miss my dark silver R56 - it never looked dirty!
...Plus the sound that 3-cyl puts out is musical!
 

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Don't draw on your dirty paint or glass as you can scratch these marks in so be careful.
That's more like it, thanks Kiwi :D that's why I said I expected to get told off. I'm well aware of the pitfalls of doing this, hence why I only did it when he dirt was damp/loose, and used a cotton bud, not my finger. I used as delicate a touch as if I was cleaning out one of my kids ears.... oh wait you're not supposed to put anything smaller than your elbow into your ears .;)

However if you were to write rude things on a white van....>:D
 
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