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[QUOTE="floppybootstomp, post: 14192536, member: 4"] Mebbe mistah and missus bootneck won't ever want to sell their brand new motor, mayhap they will run it into the ground, so permeated doggie smell won't matter a monkeys really will it? Well I never, regular forum member announces intent to buy brand spanking new vehicular conveyance and we get two replies in the negative. What's this then? Jealousy? Sour grapes? Or perhaps just unsubtle reflections and inner thoughts bubbling to the surface? I've never been able to afford a new motor but in retrospect all the money I've spent keeping used vehicles roadworthy it is perhaps not a bad idea, especially with all those extended service warranties. Remember folks, money is tight in the UK and just about everybody selling something is desperate for sales. Buy a new car and unless you are exceedingly unlucky you know you will have trouble free motoring for at least five years, probably more. Contrast that with buying a used car - future service/repair costs unknown. I bought a Peugeot Estate some years back that had been used to carry a canine about, the smell was extremely noticeable and it took about eight months and a lot of cleaning to make the smell go away. In fact it never really went away completely. I did not like it. But hey, I knew what I was buying, the dog in question even licked my hand during purchase negotiations, but the motor was a fair deal so I bought it. I ain't that fussy ;) Crazylegs will have seen that car, come to think of it... As said previously - enjoy your new toy Mr Bootneck :) [/QUOTE]