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Old 04-22-2015, 04:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Dear Sa(n)jeev,

Your story about your Ford Sierra got me thinking about cars used by diplomats, your car is a keeper.¬* I Live in the DC area, why do embassies import mediocre vehicles such as the VW Sharan, SEAT minivans, and¬* Dacia Dusters?¬* I did notice that it was almost always European embassies. Why bother going through all the trouble of shipping a nondescript vehicle here?¬* A bullet-proof Suburban in South-Sudan yes, but a 90's MB 200E for the Spanish Embassy in the US? Where do they service their vehicles? Why bother importing shitty cars that have to be shipped back or cannot be sold here?


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