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Offline Aussie Challenger

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Re: Hi from Oz 72 cuda 340 InViolet
« Reply #75 on: June 24, 2011 - 09:09:29 am »
These people pray on those they know cannot or are unable due to costs to pursue these matters. spread the word, we have a thread on MM here in Australia and I will post that name for you.   :hyper:   :villagers:
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Re: Hi from Oz 72 cuda 340 InViolet
« Reply #76 on: June 24, 2011 - 09:26:26 pm »
I used to like looking at their website and the cars on it,thought they looked like fair deals , now I know they are junk, pictures can tell lies and seems they do too. I wont bother looking anymore... :swear:

Stick with your car, all need a bit of work even mine and I had a friend check mine out  :working:
"Came too close to dying to stop living now!"

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Re: Hi from Oz 72 cuda 340 InViolet
« Reply #77 on: June 24, 2011 - 11:29:47 pm »
I plan to post all about this on as many forums and club sites that I can

I am making up a sign that I will be taking to every show I attend ..and I attend many shows
stating DONT BUY FROM MOTOR MENTOR and all the details of what and who
Sorry if some think this is over the top but this is all im left with
and think its only fair I tell my story to as many as I can

Absolutely not over the top. So long as you're truthful about how it went down, go for gold.

I'm not implying you're not telling the truth. Unfortunately, when some people get ripped off they tend to exaggerate the finer details for sympathy sakes. Just be clear & honest, and people will listen.

Best of luck.

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Re: Hi from Oz 72 cuda 340 InViolet
« Reply #78 on: June 25, 2011 - 12:00:48 am »
Absolutely not over the top. So long as you're truthful about how it went down, go for gold.

I'm not implying you're not telling the truth. Unfortunately, when some people get ripped off they tend to exaggerate the finer details for sympathy sakes. Just be clear & honest, and people will listen.

Best of luck.
I plan only to tell the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth   :2thumbs:
I not going to waste my time spinning some story .
It only comes back to bite if you do

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Re: Hi from Oz 72 cuda 340 InViolet
« Reply #79 on: June 25, 2011 - 12:31:30 am »
True indeed!

Now, I know it's a sore point, but it's about that time in the thread where you're asked for more pics, so ... :)

Pics of the problem areas and bits missing are a bonus. You never know who'll see them and be able to help out in some form or fashion. Plus it can be therapeutic. Bare the wounds to all - and the encouragement that follows will help you get it back on the road and cruise happily, as it was initially intended.
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Re: Hi from Oz 72 cuda 340 InViolet
« Reply #80 on: June 25, 2011 - 02:58:46 am »
True indeed!

Now, I know it's a sore point, but it's about that time in the thread where you're asked for more pics, so ... :)

Pics of the problem areas and bits missing are a bonus. You never know who'll see them and be able to help out in some form or fashion. Plus it can be therapeutic. Bare the wounds to all - and the encouragement that follows will help you get it back on the road and cruise happily, as it was initially intended.
Bit hard to take pics of the trans and power steering problems , but I will post some pics of rest of the car soon.