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Old 22nd Mar 2004, 16:35   #41
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Your speedo could be up to 28mph out...

...you ever seen a car that will go to the full range of it's speedo in stock form?

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Mine has, but the speedo only goes up to 85.
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Old 23rd Mar 2004, 03:58   #42
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mine goes all the way to the top, its a saab.
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Old 23rd Mar 2004, 19:29   #43
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I recenly got this.

Renault Megane Classic (rare saloon model).

1.6e Engine, I have measured 40 mpg combined fuel consumption.

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Old 23rd Mar 2004, 19:34   #44
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1.6e Engine, I have measured 40 mpg combined fuel consumption.
Same as my Dad used to have in his Scenic, though Im sure it goes better than that beast. 40mpg sounds about right for it too. Plenty of boot space too, but I know your aware of that
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Old 23rd Mar 2004, 19:37   #45
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Same as my Dad used to have in his Scenic, though Im sure it goes better than that beast. 40mpg sounds about right for it too. Plenty of boot space too, but I know your aware of that
The boot is very big, even with a farly deep subwoofer enclosure there is loads of space.

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Old 23rd Mar 2004, 20:15   #46
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Damn that's a neat/clean boot... you don't even wanna see the state of mine
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Old 24th Mar 2004, 01:43   #47
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that is a nice car

/me hides keys so no one can see the dumping ground that is my boot (most fo it isnt even mine)
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Old 26th Mar 2004, 15:47   #48
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Hey Iceman, you had a new VX220? and please tell me thats not your numberplate "03" ?
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Old 29th Mar 2004, 10:01   #49
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Yes I upgraded to a new Turbo The NA wasn't quick enough for me. No my plate is completely different, I have T2 VXT as my plate now. Oh I may as well put some more pics up especially since my Dad's had a few new cars over the last 6 months.

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Old 29th Mar 2004, 10:20   #50
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That collection is insane!!

I assume money aint an issue, but how much is the insurance on that??
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Old 29th Mar 2004, 10:48   #51
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That collection is insane!!

I assume money aint an issue, but how much is the insurance on that??
Insurance on the VX220 Turbo for me is just a shade over 5000 since I have no NCD, a 50:50 accident and I'm only 20. Should be significantly less come renewal though
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Old 29th Mar 2004, 15:19   #52
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Since i don't have a car myself but i drive a companycar...here it is:



Saab 9-3,110 kW, pretty fast, just not a car i like very much, when you take a turn a little fast (the way i like it!) it feels like it goes on 2 weels...the suspension is made for touring..not turning!

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Old 29th Mar 2004, 16:28   #53
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Insurance on the VX220 Turbo for me is just a shade over 5000 since I have no NCD, a 50:50 accident and I'm only 20. Should be significantly less come renewal though
MFJKSNJFNJ!!!!*&$&("&$!!!!!!! You are one lucky SOB. Your driveway looks like it has come out of a movie set lol. Fear the emmense green of my face vx220 turbo at 20 lol most would be dreaming, nice work
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Old 29th Mar 2004, 18:14   #54
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Iceman, I hate you.

Not really though.
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Old 30th Mar 2004, 05:34   #55
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I envy you more than anything for the ferrari. you can have any car in the world, but id take any ferrari any day. beautiful iceman and i hope you thank god for all you got cause there are alot of us here that will never even sit in a car like that!
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For comparison, what's the average quote for a little red cross?
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Old 30th Mar 2004, 09:29   #57
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Damn, my host is down again...lets upload it somewhere else....sigh

here you go!



As you can see, red crosses were made to go FAST!
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Old 30th Mar 2004, 12:00   #58
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Nice collection Iceman

You done any form of advanced driving?



P.S. Guess where we're going to have the next bit meet!!!! lol
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Old 31st Mar 2004, 05:36   #59
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I've had this beast for 4 years...











1992 Hyundai Lantra GLS
1600cc, approx. 120 BHP
The tyres are Goodyear Eagle F1s, 205/45 ZR16

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Is that a BME sticker on the front wing?

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