£251 for a cdr500!! are Vx for real!!!!

Discussion in 'General Motoring' started by Mike, Jul 4, 2006.

  1. Mike

    Mike Guest

    the delco cdr500 on the zaf has gone tits up. lights are on but no sound,
    except (very) rarely when the controls are fiddled with. thought i would
    price one up at a main stealers. glad I was sitting down when they came back
    to me with £251 inc vat!!. Are they for F*****G real? a cheapo cd/radio that
    doesnt even have a display to pay for? Am I alone in thinking this is such
    a rip off?

    Mike, Jul 4, 2006
  2. Mike

    Guest Guest

    Try www.fixmyradio.co.uk £60 + vat fixed fee to fix your radio. They've
    done mine and a couple of mates no problem!
    Guest, Jul 4, 2006
  3. Mike

    Bob Smith Guest

    Or £80 for a brand new one that plays MP3/WMA off CDR, CDRW, USB stick or SD

    Bob Smith, Jul 4, 2006
  4. Mike

    Mike Guest

    Thanks for those ideas guys. I think I will sit on it for a bit. If the wife
    nags too much about it (well, its her car) then I will swap out the CAR400
    from my vectra so she has the radio to listen to. Been looking on ebay tho'
    (always good for a rummage) and they seem to go for about 50 notes plus P&P.
    have to think about it tho'.

    Mike, Jul 4, 2006
  5. Mike

    Dogger Guest

    It must be terrible to be so poor like you that can't afford £251 without
    I spend at least that in cabs just going out each week so £251 is a drop in
    the ocean for me.
    Have you thought about getting a part time job at Burger king to supplement
    your pathetic income?
    Dogger, Jul 5, 2006
  6. The original definition of dogging (and which is still a
    closely-related activity) is spying on couples having sex in a car or
    other public place. ..........

    courtesy Wikipedia

    ergo a 'dogger' is into dogging Hmmmm....
    John Tallyman, Jul 5, 2006
  7. Mike

    Dogger Guest

    Yes I'm into dogging that's why my name is dogger.
    Was the name to cryptic for you to work out you retard?
    Dogger, Jul 5, 2006
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