Always wanted an RS Turbo, wish I bought one years ago, like all fords around that age they are going up in prices!
So folks I've hit a bit of a dilemma, due to the current climate the promised company car has turned into a company pool car which means my bag of bolts Mk6 has now become my daily. Now as much as I love the car and the 23-26 mpg that I normally get from it I'm wondering if I should move it on. If you like the car and can afford the petrol then keep it! :thumbsup:
it's been bullet proof for the time I've had it and the only things that have gone wrong have either been because of my tinkering or due to the age of it, she's getting on a bit and at 14yrs old she's the oldest car that I haven't moved on by now. I might be wrong but you kept it this long because you liked it... if you swap it in then chances are you might after 6/12 months start regretting that decision and then have to start again but this time with a car whose history is a little less known to you...
So here's the thing, I've only ever sat in a mk7 st and hated it and I'm now thinking of joining the dark side, especially seeing as the the prices are coming down real quick by the looks of it. By dark side do you mean Mk8?
i am due a trip up to see the family fairly soon so was thinking of spending a few penny's at DS and finishing of the FF inlet build but I'm now thinking save the money and put it into something a little shinier. Shinier isn't always better
I suppose folks what I'm asking is what do you think? It's not money related at all and I really can't justify 3 cars in a 2 people family. What's wrong with 3 cars?!? FRP, ST and her KA+ :grin:
Just because you change your car doesn't mean you can't tinkerIm 10 min, 20 min max either way all twisty back roads. My one major regret would be that I wouldnt be able to do the odd bit of spanner on the weekend if I got rid.