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6 minutes ago, Farmboy91 said:

Im getting around that with the mx5 and it's only a 1600 4 pot. 

To be honest with the roof down and when your enjoying yourself 30 is a push lol

I've been trying to lighten my normally very heavy right foot. Plus I haven't really had the opportunity to give it a thrash.

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56 minutes ago, Mr_Nobody said:

I've been trying to lighten my normally very heavy right foot. Plus I haven't really had the opportunity to give it a thrash.

Report back when you do, is definitely be interested to know what it goes like 👍

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My best mate bought an XKR in 2006 and I bought a Chimaera 500. We both still have them although they don't get much use now. The Chimaera is a real handful. 

Interesting to see so much love for the MX5. I bought a MK2 with the intention of fitting a turbo and having some fun, but it turned out to be a rust bucket and I had to sell it for parts. A rust free Mk1 would be a good find.

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i have a Bugatti............last sunday i was trundling down the road at 215MPH...with this drop dead sexy blonde all ova me like a rash.:wub:...........then i woke up stuck to the sheets..:sad1:

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Wifey has an 1927 Austin seven saloon, @740cc of raw power, good for 35 with a stiff breeze behind it. Tried to put a pic on but says too big. 

Scobydog 

 

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On 18/11/2019 at 18:14, Gordon R said:

If I couldn't afford to buy it, I wouldn't get any sort of loan. I can afford to do what you want to do, but don't have the inclination. You can't properly use a quick car on the road and track days do nothing for me. 

 

SNAP   !

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2 hours ago, scobydog said:

Wifey has an 1927 Austin seven saloon, @740cc of raw power, good for 35 with a stiff breeze behind it. Tried to put a pic on but says too big. 

Scobydog 

 

Very nice! Many years ago I went to buy a seven when they were a £200 car, (for a good one). I couldn't get in it

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3 hours ago, scobydog said:

Wifey has an 1927 Austin seven saloon, @740cc of raw power, good for 35 with a stiff breeze behind it. Tried to put a pic on but says too big. 

Scobydog 

 

My mum had a 1931 Austin7 saloon when I was a teenager. The suicide clutch, cable brakes and the back-to-front 3 speed gearchange were an education to a learner driver, but, once I had passed my test, it was an absolute babe magnet compared to the Anglias and Minis that my contemporaries drove.

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