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Cant wait to see my new Red EOS. Have been told it is being built this week. Expect delivery just in time for Easter Weekend. Good Weather is requested.....:) DSG, leather, and who gets to drive it first - me or hubby....:D Look forward to hearing from anyone else in Scotland who has DSG Diesel.
 

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Hardy!

Can't believe how many people up there in bonny Scotland seem to have Eoses! The forum seems to be split equally between Sunny California/Texas in the USA and Scotland!!

As one with 'Viking Blood' [according to my wife, I hail from Middlesbrough and don't feel the cold too much] I do understand - and actually a convertible makes more sense in a temperate climate than a hot one [30c and roof down anyone! On a hot day on the M25 that could be akin to suicide!] - beautiful crisp clear Spring day, heater and seats on, cold air wafting around ones ears - ahhhh, I can't wait

So - I live on the South Coast, near Brighton and commute to Reading most days - haven't seen a single Eos down here yet - when mine arrives next month will I have exclusivity????
 

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:) Hi jmac
I've have a TDI Sport with DSG from Jan first this year and had no problems at all with it, touch wood, and and all I can tell you is that you will love it,
The sooner Andrew sets up a Scottish region the better, as it seems there is a lot of us now.
Bill T
 

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yeah, Scotland is taking over the eoses!!!

I have (well am soon to be getting in a couple of weeks!) a diesel but not the DSG.

I have always wanted a convertible and think as long as its not raining, I will definitely use the roof and with heated seats, I will stay nice and toasty!! Can't wait to take delivery! :D
 

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:) Hi jmac
I've have a TDI Sport with DSG from Jan first this year and had no problems at all with it, touch wood, and and all I can tell you is that you will love it,
The sooner Andrew sets up a Scottish region the better, as it seems there is a lot of us now.
Bill T
Sounds like a plan, what about it Andrew?
The first regional group.
 

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Graham,

Sure, I figured I would build the regions the way the Romans built their roads.
Know why they built them straight?

Stops people opening corner shops!
 

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New section for Ireland added.

Didn't realize they built them strait. I was thinking along the lines of not building a road until you see where the foot traffic is. I know a few Universities did something similar. They built buildings in a new area then waited to see where the students walked. Once they saw the dirt trails they built the walkways. I think the idea was borrowed from the Romans.
 
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