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tour of Scotalnd

Postby tjay » Thu Mar 26, 2015 5:03 pm

Hi folks, received this email this afternoon from Supercharged cars Ltd and boy was I glad that I was sitting down, 6 days/5 nights away !!I would want to go to USA or Cuba and have an old classic car for a months for what they are asking !!!
BTW they are offering a similar deal for Wales but, only want £3699 for that !! :lol: :lol: :lol:

SURECHARGED CARS LIMITED ARE OFFERIN THE FOLLOWING TOURS.

Best of Scotland

26th - 31st July




With its stunning scenery and roads that carve their way through the ever-changing landscape, Scotland is a driver's paradise.

Choose the right roads - and cross your fingers for the right weather - and you have the perfect location for an epic driving tour.

£4,600 per car based on two people sharing
2007 Mk3 roadster/c/w electric hard top. Number 50 !!!
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Re: tour of Scotalnd

Postby ruggiebloke » Thu Mar 26, 2015 5:49 pm

Obviously aimed at rich Americans :lol:
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Re: tour of Scotalnd

Postby OldSpice » Fri Mar 27, 2015 9:17 am

I'll show them around for £2,000.00.
Bargain :roll:
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Re: tour of Scotalnd

Postby iain cooper » Sat Mar 28, 2015 7:51 pm

cheap at the price :roll:

have fun avoiding the pot holes and enjoy the sub standard accommodation :oops:

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Re: tour of Scotalnd

Postby tracy primrose » Sat Aug 01, 2015 12:22 am

LOL! What?

We went on our own little tour of Scotland when we first got an MX5, just took off. Edinburgh--> Glencoe, Fort William, Ben Nevis, Glenfinnan, lots of beautiful coasts, and Eilan Donan Castle. It cost us a couple of nights at Travelodge.

Not a word of a lie: We parked at the shore of Eilan Donan, you know, the famous, scenic, idyllic castle and set our chairs up so we could sit and look at... the car. Castle behind us. Truth. We still laugh about it now. I think just about every photo opportunity involved the car.

Car at Glencoe, car at Ben Nevis, car parked at side of road, etc.

As it should be.
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