Author: greatlady

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Post time 2010-8-13 12:53:12 |Display all floors
Originally posted by seneca at 2010-8-9 12:07


I would still suggest buying a second-hand car in order to minimise the write-off due to accidents and sabotage (as Greatlady seems to be experiencing).

BUt second-hand cars are not easy to ...


it is easy to buy second-hand car in China evey midium cities,but need little professional skills to buy one.

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Post time 2010-8-13 12:58:10 |Display all floors
Originally posted by greendragon at 2010-8-9 12:20
I think hardly anybody bothers in China.......cheapo cars!

ha ha ha


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do you have a sour teeth?

any way,your cheap post doesn't mean any significance to me...

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Post time 2010-8-13 13:00:44 |Display all floors

Reply #11 greatlady's post

really it's not an issue!

I have seen the cars of my cousins, they don't mind scratches!
heck, my car is full of scratches from wear and tear!

What's the big deal!

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Post time 2010-8-13 14:24:49 |Display all floors
Originally posted by greatlady at 2010-8-8 20:09
I have 3 yrs old car,I do not have luck for protecting the paint well.the second day I got it and it was scratched by somebody using sharp nail or tool in the main left front door. then it happened ...


It have happened to me and most of this events happen in a big parking lot, people asked me for fixing the scratches and if you said no later you can find your car with more scratches, pity the way this people try to work. Also it can happen in any place, some people envy other people’s properties

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Post time 2010-8-13 14:30:22 |Display all floors
Originally posted by greendragon at 2010-8-9 12:03
why bother when cars cost only Rmb30,000 to Rmb60,000!

cheap!

Wa ha ha ha

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Do you know the value of the OP"s car?

Do you mean expensive cars should be free of scratches  and
cars lower than 60 K rmb is ok to be scratched?

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Post time 2010-8-13 14:40:29 |Display all floors

Reply #14 messi30's post

common sense!

Rich people buy expensive cars, seems more heartbroken when their car is scratched!
Seen it before in "Singapore media".....
I personally had my brand new car worth S$49,000 scratched in 1990, i didn't feel anything!

ha ha ha

It appears to be some kind of problem....
I don't know, you Americans are fun!
when did you switch my access to China Daily to an American Mirror Site?

ha ha ha

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Post time 2010-8-13 14:40:38 |Display all floors
Originally posted by greendragon at 2010-8-9 12:20
I think hardly anybody bothers in China.......cheapo cars!

ha ha ha


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There are thousands of Chinese people who owned a cheapo car (as you said) or better to say not luxury cars. I saw many times some of them who owns cheapo cars (as you said)  in the Car Wash how they care their cars asking the staff to fix the scratches after the car wash
If you call cheapo cars to people who owns cheapo cars
you are calling to this Chinese people, cheapo Chinese???

You are right as you said in another thread, there are irrational people in this forum

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