This is true. Very true. (Imagine all the extra ads to write though!) The other side of the coin is that if I wear a little of the cost it makes the car easier to shift despite it's age and mileage - stands out more. Or at least makes up for things like stone chips.
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Would still have the Merc thanks.
As it happens.. yes, yes I can.#LETSMAKETDUCKGREATAGAIN
Naturally Hans is wet, he’s standing under a waterfall.
I was getting a little confused at that until I remembered that they sold the Granada stateside looking nothing like the sleek,'Oh-so-70's', "Shut it you slag" Mk1 that we got over here!
For a trackcar for myself...
Lotus Evora GT4
Go racing in the GT4 class in style!
Anddddd heres one I can afford just now...
1997 Rover 100 '160'
Laugh all you want, but this is't packing the original engine. With the 1.8 high reving twin cam popping out 160hp from the MG ZR and weighing in 800Kg with a little bit of tweeting for the handling make this an even better handling car.
At a snippet under £1,900...I so would.
Not laughing, I'm crying, that thing looks silly. 2400 euros for that... no thanks. I'll take the Lotus.
With this gen of 911 I'm not sure I find any/many that amazing aesthetically, so I'm more interested in the weird/quirky models such as this one, but yeah I think I prefer the non-flatnose version.
Ferrari 575M Superamerica with GTC Handling Package, from 2006, with 20264 km on the clock. For sale at Wiggers Mastercars for €417.500.
FERRARI 575M Superamerica, Wiggers Mastercars B.V., Enschede | Wiggers Mastercars B.V. | Enschede
KAHN Design Land Rover Defender 110 I know it's not as tall/wide/long as a Merc 6x6 but jesus, i'm not sure which one i'd take the keys to haha.
Land Rover DEFENDER 110 2.2 TDCI XS 110 Station Wagon - Flying Huntsman 6x6 4dr
It's 2016 and you're thinking about a vehicle with halogen lights?
Woah at the KAHN Land Rover Defender, that thing is insane in a good way. Would love to see that thing running around on a farm and then doing the school run.I'm a bit mental.
As Cool as KAHN make that 6x6 work, we all know it'll be used for show and thats it. (And cosr you a small fortune)
Personally, I'd go with one of these old military spec 6x6's that would be cobbled by the special division, essentially used as a mobile communication unit. Also alot got made for use on safari's and such like.
Off topic I know, but this is't....
It can go anywhere, including rivers. Be used as a house and has a V8. What more do you want for £25,000?
Link for the ad, here - OT-64.
Dad used to ride around in that OT-64 thing back in the day.
As aftermarket widebody parts go, that body kit isn't too bad at all, I think i'd have it in a different colour though
Haven't seen a Dimma of any sorts for years! Used to be a 205 kitted one in my area around 10 years ago...
Decided to have a look and see if any were for sale, only one is...
A 306 drop top, designed & made by Pininfarina (like the 406 Coupe) are rare enough, so this is a dubble in rare!
£13,500 for this one on eBay. Apparently 1 of 2 Dimma 306 Convertibles in the UK, and it's also got a GTi6 engine in so will fair shift! Admittedly, i really hate the headlights and the colour is a bit too 'in yo face' for me, and the wide arch look doesn't suit the elegant lines of the convertible. (in my eyes)
* I still miss my chance of getting a 306 Convertible back in 2014...