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21 posts, 14 April
karmakoma: I've used DiT (at that time was "Auto Gott" officialy) in Ottobrunn as it may be good for you position wise. Did not buy a car, but had some service (ie. official Toyota recalls and some…
33 posts, 9 April
There were 2 ( that I knew of ) in Munich, not sure which one you would call the main one One was in the Kaufing str - yes it was underground, I think it was a shoe shop thou, just a bit further…
1 posts, 6 April
Gymboree Play & Music has been fostering creativity, confidence and friendship in children ages 0-5 for over 40 years. Today, there are over 800 locations in over 40 countries, making us the…
7 posts, 31 March
You'd probably make most money selling it for spares, but you'd end up spending ages selling the different bits, and may end up being left with an unwieldly chuck of non-moveable metal at the end.
511 posts, 19 March
@Metall That makes it sound as if we were gossiping about him behind his back. @Mik Dickinson For the record Mik, I mentioned your solution in a thread discussing whether Brits in Germany…
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