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New baby just arrived, calling it Alfie,


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Yes you guessed, its a new Alphard owner here, we have a little green car named Kermit, and big old Alfie has now joined the family,

only bought a few weeks ago from Steve and Sue at Vista road motors in newton le willows, they sold us a Nissan Elgrand some years back but it was the big 3.5 V6 engine one and 15mpg was a bit too much even though we loved the luxury and insane power, Alfie is much more refined inside, more like a Rolls Royce than a Bentley sports,

normal stuff to sort out, radio and wheels to of the list, new wheels are sorted, picked and now waiting for fitment day, radio has been ordered, and will be fitted at the garage by Steve,

rear seats have been removed and all my kitesurfing and kite foiling gear now live in there, so big and Alfie's super heating system to keep things nice and dry is just so good.

early days of ownership, but things are looking good as the miles are very low at 50k verified, and he must have been kept in a garage as everything is like new, even the underbody is still glossy, coil springs shocks and fuel tank are still glossy, just got hold of the owners manual in English, phew! that's needed for sure. 

He now sits under our extra long car port to keep off the rain and bird droppings, 

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