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    #EE33 #TS3 #GG Fast Eddie WRC's Avatar
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    The only car I've bought that was directly due to rallying was an Opel Manta B coupe back in the 80's. I was a massive fan of Brookes and McRae and adored their battles in their Manta 400's in the BRC.

    Later I had several French hot-hatches because they were the most fun to drive. But my dream was an Integrale.

    Then when Ford finally made a decent car - the Focus - I've had three of them: an ST170 & two ST225's (which were maybe rally-influenced with them winning the Manus in 2006 & 2007).

    As for now I dont think I would base my car purchase on rallying. And I wouldnt have a Hyundai for free.

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    They are good cars nowadays, i thought the same, based on some bad experience and seeing ugly and rusty Hyundais...then i used a i40 and owned one for 4 years, spacious, cheap and for that money quite comfy. Needed one with the same space and ground clearance and had to get an Outback, they are still on the ground with their prices, unlike Hyundai in that class, sister company Kia offers the same for less. Some old hothatches from Germany and France for trackdays and ice driving.

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    I have a Seat Leon (the previous gen), which beat out the Mazda 3 at the time, and currently weighing up a newer Leon, a Fabia or Octavia RS and an i30N.
    aka Rodger Davies

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    Started with:
    American 98' Impreza 2.5 RS
    00' Impreza GT/WRX
    Now i own a 340Hp 03 STI previously owned by Petter Solberg.
    Got into my sensible 30s and also have a 05 Diesel Focus Wagon work car, mostly because i work at Ford.
    "Die with memories, not with dreams" Scott McIsaac
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    Opel Vectra
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    My dd is Accord.
    Today I am facing a dilemma, which car to buy 18 sti, type r or focus rs

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    Volvo XC60 R-line
    Impreza hatcback 2.0 petrol
    2 x Volvo 945 turbo
    4x Volvo 240
    3 x Saabs
    3 x Beetle (old)
    Some Astra diesel and work cars just to remind me that life is too short to drive boring cars....

    Volvo for safety and comfort, Impreza, older Volvos and Saab because of rally.
    Last edited by skarderud; 7th December 2018 at 22:30.
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    I've had:

    Seat Ibiza GTi Cupra Sport 1998-2008,
    Skoda Fabia vRS SE 2008-2016,
    Abarth 595 Competizione 2016-2017,
    Ford Fiesta ST-Line 2018-

    Is there a better sound than that of Porsche engined Flat-6 ???

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    at the moment:
    vw golf VII, tdi
    suzuki swift gti 1.3

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndyRAC View Post
    I've had:

    Seat Ibiza GTi Cupra Sport 1998-2008,
    Skoda Fabia vRS SE 2008-2016,
    Abarth 595 Competizione 2016-2017,
    Ford Fiesta ST-Line 2018-
    Any of these directly influenced by rallying? (Particularly the fiesta?)

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    Since 2002, Peugeot 106 S16.
    No comfort, not many extras, very tiring on the highway, but so fulfilling to drive on the twisty roads in my area. If you learn to drive fast this one, you can drive anything. Big school!

    The reason... it is obvious...
    Last edited by atsiotras79; 8th December 2018 at 08:28.

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