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    (Original post by AT82)
    I want this



    For about £1500 you get a nice modern reliable car which is fairly cheap to insure, has all the luxeries like electric windows etc and it dosn't cost you a fortune in loan repayments.
    Wierd, it's got Zetec alloys and the spoiler but no colour coded bumpers :confused:

    I was followed home by a DB9 tonight .... Mmmm
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    (Original post by Kingspharm)
    Wierd, it's got Zetec alloys and the spoiler but no colour coded bumpers :confused:

    I was followed home by a DB9 tonight .... Mmmm
    I wasn't aware that I was following another car last night :confused:
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    some kind of Q car so the pigs won't take too much notice of you. Audi RS6 avant, debaged and with bigger turbos. perfect for clocking up big mileages.
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    (Original post by ramroff)
    I wasn't aware that I was following another car last night :confused:
    LOL tonight not last night :p:
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    argh
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    http://www.canadiandriver.com/previe.../02bmw7_1x.jpg

    bmw series 7 is the most beartiful car in the world, and one day I'm gonna own one...
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    and the two nicest smaller cars...

    http://www.renaultsport.co.uk/roadca...ges/image4.jpg
    http://www.newcardetails.com/images/001__scaled_600.jpg

    clio renaultsport v6 and the golf gti
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    The BMW 1 series is also very affordable and practical.
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    isnt it like 20k?
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    when i get a job of my own, my budget for a car would be no more than 20k, beautiful cars are for luxury and i believe i wont be rich someday. Oh..

    A fully modded skyline GTR
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    id prefer an audi a3

    any cars? hmm
    mercedes slk, or slr (preferably!)
    audi a3, s4
    aston martin db9 or db5 with the new mechanics
    jag e-type with new mechanics
    ferrari 430, enzo
    lamborghini murcielago or gallardo
    porsche 911 (any, really)
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    The McLaren SLR is very good if you want to head that way.
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    BMW 1-series is just pointless as is the Z4 and the Mini. If you want a 3-series, buy one :laugh:

    SLR is nice but very expensive. Love that air-brake-spoiler and the ceramic brake disks - get 'em nice and hot and glowing
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    (Original post by Kingspharm)
    BMW 1-series is just pointless as is the Z4 and the Mini. If you want a 3-series, buy one :laugh:
    Hows the Z4 poitnless? Its more expensive than a 3 series, it dioesnt pretend to be one its a 2 door roadster, not a junior exec saloon
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    Perhaps I went a bit over the top there, but really it is just a 3-series with a different bodyshell on it.
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    3 series is too safe lookswise compared to the 5 and the 7 which were cool to look at.
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    my fave car is the golf mk2 g60 limited.
    then the ferrari f50, pure sex
    i also like porshes and any german/ english car with a masculine image.

    oh and beetles and minis are class too. :top:
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    (Original post by Kingspharm)
    Wierd, it's got Zetec alloys and the spoiler but no colour coded bumpers :confused:

    I was followed home by a DB9 tonight .... Mmmm
    Yep strange. I never could follow Ford's logic in the mid 90's though. Its like the Escorts all the LX spec cars had colour coded bumpers regardless of the engine size, but they stuck a spoiler on all the zeteced escorts.

    I just wish the LX spec MK4 fiestas came with electric windows as standard.
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    I still love my old car, this '88 Mustang GT. I know it's crude, but dammit, I still miss it and love it. And no, I don't recommend it as a first car, though it was for me .
 
 
 
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