Discussion in 'SMB' started by stephen cartwright, Jul 11, 2017.
Mx5 daily driving a 26 year old car can be rough.
Might have to get a second car
Nice gesture, but could you not have done something less painful for the cause? You could've remortgaged the house, sold a kidney, sold a kid, come to that...
You shoot me down but I won't fall. I am titanium.
I really want an MX5! The Shih Tzus say 'nooooooo!'
Always reminds me of the worlds best wedding that song.
Great car. So much fun can drive around with the foot to the floor without hitting licence losing speeds
Got mine for £1000 as long as they aren't rusty they're relatively low maintenance
I might gan for a 2003 VW Golf R32 for £6,500
I have a 1996 Golf Gti at the minute
I've had flash cars. Got it out of my system. I now own three cars and their total value is about 25k.
It's not important anymore.
Lend us 30 quid
Mine is a 61 plate, so starting to get on a bit, hit 80k recently too. But it went through its MOT with zero advisories and I've had it long enough to be doing the majority of its servicing to know it's not had monkeys doing it and it's been done properly with decent stuff.
Been looking at Westfield kit cars, tempted to start a mx5 one next year as a project now the house is finished.
Saw an S3 going down the A19 the other day in what looked like a yellow/gold colour, looked class
Love that song
My car is an automatic which is great most of the time but reversing up a hill is a bit strange.
Possibly mine, think there's another lad from Sunderland with the same colour.
RS3 compared to s3 the performance difference isn't massive 0-60 4.5 to 4.1 both limitted to 155. 310 bhp to 395hp. I'd rather just pay the few hundred for the remap than another 10,000 pound.
They look like right beasts them like.
2005 Ford Fiesta for me.
Nowt flash but does the job.
Didn't realise it was that close, I agree then. When I had my S3 it was an 11 plate with just 265 The one I saw had what looked like an American flag on the parcel shelf.
At risk of having this post deleted for being utter nonsense (that's how you spell that word @Dick Fitzwell) I drive a 1.0 EcoBoost Fiesta in Titanium spec. So it has leather seats, Cruise Control, Climate Control, Sony DAB Radio and SYNC Technology. I am over the moon with it. The only thing that will make it brilliant is a full set of new tires. I have no idea which kind to go for (Continental, Michelin, Yokohama, etc.).
I want the new Fiesta ST next or if it comes out the new Focus ST.
The R32 is a thirsty underpowered brute compared to what can afterwards.
They sound good though, especially with a bad boy exhaust
Solid car, assembled in Coventry.
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