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Does anyone on here use a strapline in their advertising. You know the sort of thing, "never knowingly under sold", "bloody good cars", "not too shabby" etc

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21 minutes ago, trade vet said:

100,000 MILE WARRANTY or the nearest set of traffic lights,whichever comes first...........

Brilliant

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One of the pitches we supply gives a ‘concrete’ warranty, once it’s off their concrete you’re on your own! 

 

‘Bring a tow rope and a booster pack cos there’s no way it’ll get you back!’

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3 hours ago, Screenman said:

Nobody ever regrets buying quality.

So true, like that!

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9 hours ago, Screenman said:

Nobody ever regrets buying quality.

True but 95% don’t want to pay for it.

6 hours ago, trade vet said:

100,000 MILE WARRANTY or the nearest set of traffic lights,whichever comes first...........

If asked I say “Lampost warranty”. And I’m not joking.

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10 hours ago, Screenman said:

Nobody ever regrets buying quality.

Well said...... I confess, its now my new AT strapline :) Cheers Screenman 

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When i first started out thought I was a right Arthur Dailey had a customer walk into the lot and ask what’s the mileage I being very slick came out with what mileage would you like intended on being a joke  ? The customer responded with a well I can check on the office computer when I get back to the police station so the correct mileage will do thanks. 

Looking back it’s one of them what was I thinking.

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Years ago I was asked similar by one of ebay’s finest and answered the same as you.

He said something along the lines of about 40,000 less.

I then offered to take the clocks out, clock it & charge him £500 for the low mileage. I then gave him some patter about it being a cheap low miler! :lol: 

He didn’t seem very impressed.

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How about Henry Royce’s:

’Quality is remembered long after price is forgotten’

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