How modern is your modern?

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:positive: :bravo: :bravo:


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'55 plate BMW 330i Touring, great tow car and general dogsbody.

'06 911, not fast (to me) but really lovely little road car.
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Got 57 plate astra only paid £700. Its on 101k now. Bought it with 85k on just in time for all wear and tear bits to start failing ImageImage

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Hi all,

Our modern family cars are Rover 75's.. and thus are used everyday. All engine varieties - Diesels, 1.8's and V6's... love em all to bits.

The multiple we have years are from 1999 - 2003 been saving them over the last few years so we have quite a few on and off the road.

Easy to work on and fab to drive.

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Just updated to a '17 Mazda CX5 (petrol) in Soul Red (the best colour) and impressed. Good mpg, drives nice and easy for this aging old git to get in and out of. All the new-fangled electronic stuff is cool once figured out. Miss having a handbrake lever, I still reach for it!



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Currently using a 2008 Abarth Grande Punto, having bought it just before my previous daily, a 2003 MINI Cooper's clutch release bearing failed, typically, just before I was about to sell it! :evil:

The Abarth is the first car I've owned with a turbo, and it's rather fun, and quite rare.


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1970 Trafalgar Blue Traveller

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Ive gone from the 04 mgtf to an older modern,mgf 2000 although I try to drive the Traveller and convertible as much as I can.
Wife always says you can only drive one at a time,why so many cars :D :D


:grommit: I LOVE MY MOGGIES :love4:

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