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If Virgin's car sales site, virgincars.com, wants to take a lead in the emerging market for cheap motors imported into the UK from the Continent, it had better... er... start offering some cars for sale. Click to view image at full sizeA visit to the site today found a marked lack of autos. Instead we found Windows NT 4.0's auto-installed Web front end. Not that it's much of a recommendation for Microsoft - isn't their latest OS release Windows 2000 or something? Clearly, Virgin needs to invigorate its tech staff to persuade them to get the site up and running. Like a cheap European car, for instance... ®

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