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There's a few of those Bond Rangers floating about. Imagine what one would be like with a Stilleto-tune engine in the back!

Fugging terrifying, that's what. They're scary enough with the standard low-compression 875 engine - I never knew a car with 34bhp could feel overpowered, but when your arse is four inches from the road and you're sat in a flimsy three-wheeler with no seatbelts and virtually no structure in front of you, 60mph is quite an experience. Subjectively it's scarier than a Regal at the same speed. I never had the bottle to try out the supposed 85mph top speed in mine.

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Let's have some more reasonably-priced Yanks.

 

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1989-OLDSMOBILE-CUTLASS-S-BLACK_W0QQitemZ220550022196

 

First year for the GM-10 crudmobile, this one has the head-up speedo display. Although what's going on with the rear bumper is anyone's guess.

 

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Ford-Lincoln-Continetal-Signiture-1984_W0QQitemZ250573473343

 

Fox-boy Continental, perhaps you could build a sleeper using 79-93 Mustang hardware. Or perhaps not. Nice velour though.

 

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Cadillac-Fleetwood-60-special_W0QQitemZ130363665687

 

4.5V8 Fleetwood, about 150 brake IIRC so no good 4 Hollywood car chases (cf. "Twins", GR8 4 CRASHIN). The lumpen styling on these is an acquired taste, but ups the shite points no doubt.

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Cadillac-Fleetwood-60-special_W0QQitemZ1303636656874.5V8 Fleetwood, about 150 brake IIRC so no good 4 Hollywood car chases. The lumpen styling on these is an acquired taste, but ups the shite points no doubt.

What do you mean "no good 4 Hollywood car chases"? It's got quite good bhp/litre figures (for a yank tank) and those hubcaps look ready to fall off just at the thought of some enthusiastic cornering!

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/PLYMOUTH-VALIANT_W0QQitemZ220551938397QQcmdZViewItemQQptZAutomobiles_UK?hash=item3359eb815dWhenever I'm driving my truck I fantasize about coming across one of these and putting the fear of god into the driver.

You'll be lucky. The guy who used to own the Duel truck tried to find a Valiant to go with it and couldn't.

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1994-FORD-GRANADA-SCORPIO-I-A-BLUE_W0QQitemZ270526709368

 

I BROUGHT IT FOR MY GIRLFRIEND SO SHE COULD BEGIN TO DRIVE. ........ THE REASON WHY I AM SELLING IS SHE CANNOT DRIVE TO SAVE HAR LIFE, THE WORDS MISS DAISY SPRING TO MIND.

Hmm, a 3-litre Granada Scorpio automatic is a good beginners car. I cant understand why she didnt get on with it!

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Cressida done a few miles though

 

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'Rocco hmm, low mileage

 

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Back on £800 start price. Mighty tempting.

 

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Jelly Mould No buy it now but does have a reserve ?

 

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mk1 Astra GTE Ultra low mileage & £5k ?

 

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Rex7 Hey I like this!

"MOT AND TAX HAS JUST RAN OUT TODAY HENCE GETTING RID OF CAR" hmmm...

 

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Celica Supra oh yeah!

 

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Auto Supra I have a hankering for an 80s yank. One of these would probably be a better allround bet. That spoiler looks a bit dodgy though.

 

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Turbo Z31 Blue on on here looked much nicer I think.

 

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Rusty sounding Celica I like these but they always seem to be total sheds

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