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That is definitely rather nice. Sadly those 1st gen models seem to be priced out of my random third car money, so reckon I’ve missed the boat there. Wish we got to find out who buys them though! We need to see them at a show next year.

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RWD so gr8 4 driftin.

I'm pretty sure that generation of Taunus is FWD so crap 4 driftin. I almost hope some driftard type does buy it though - imagine his disappointment when he dumps the clutch at 6000rpm on a supermarket car park and gets nowt more than a cloud of tyre smoke from the front wheels, thus making him look a complete norbert in front of his mates. :D Don't think drifting has quite the same "following" in France as it does here though.

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Panda 'Dance' IMO the best one. Once you remove the graffiti, that is. Hurry though!http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/FIAT-PANDA-DANCE- ... dZViewItem

300 notes for an old Italian shitbox with zero roadrent, jizzy wheeltrims and added chav art on the rear wing? Must be spiking the tapwater down Essex way

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Lovely!

 

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1977-Ford-Escort-MK11-AUTO_W0QQitemZ270197971094

 

£400 resreve not met

 

To be honest I wonder why someone has not done a 'Charles Ware' and set up an operation in China or India or somewhere knocking out remanufactured escort shells. If folk are prepared to pay for the hours needed to sort this kind of shite out (at UK rates), it must be possible to get a new shell hand made by craftsmen for less if you're only paying 75p/hour labour!!!! [/url]

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I thikn when you get to 80 years old, Honda issue you with a certificate basically allowing you to do your own repairs on your accord/civic/concerto (saves time arguing with their bodyshop manager about using aerosol cans, brushes etc)

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Seems to be quite commonplace for elderly driver Hondas to have their own style of repairs. Can just imagine grandad stepping back to admire his handiwork, then getting in and driving it at 25mph to Aldi so he can test the side of his car on some bollards.

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