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Urban Sports

Original Poster:

11,321 posts

111 months

Saturday 6th October 2012
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For me it's a toss up between a roadster and a coupe, I love the fun of a roadster when the moment arises but for pure looks it has to be a coupe, my favourite by far is the E46 BMW, a superb looking thing.

Yours?

TDV6

1,009 posts

98 months

Saturday 6th October 2012
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Pillarless coupe for me. No idea why, but I particularly liked opening the door when the window was down.

Maybe I need to get myself a convertible and try that next.


clunkbox

230 posts

48 months

Saturday 6th October 2012
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Estates. Sad, I know.

billzeebub

3,581 posts

107 months

Saturday 6th October 2012
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Roadster

WeirdNeville

5,893 posts

123 months

Saturday 6th October 2012
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I love an estate. I use my cars for doing stuff, going places, having fun. I just don't see why you'd want LESS boot space, ever, really?
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firman

1,399 posts

101 months

Saturday 6th October 2012
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WeirdNeville said:
I love an estate. I use my cars for doing stuff, going places, having fun. I just don't see why you'd want LESS boot space, ever, really?
This for me too, love the option of tons of space.

sparks_E39

8,818 posts

121 months

Saturday 6th October 2012
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Saloons.

DukeDickson

3,960 posts

121 months

Saturday 6th October 2012
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Standard (more or less) & dirty usually.

Shape is a funny one since all can work wonderfully, just as all can puke & chin the floor.


ETA, This is my general thought on the dirty front:




Aside from the leather colour, rather nice.

Edited by DukeDickson on Saturday 6th October 04:18

deltashad

5,853 posts

105 months

Saturday 6th October 2012
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I can't decide on a set genre. I would like to have one of every type.
Is that greedy?

so called

6,041 posts

117 months

Saturday 6th October 2012
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Blackpool rockets for me, preferably soft top.
You can hear the noise more with the top down.

Dave Hedgehog

8,390 posts

112 months

Saturday 6th October 2012
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RS Avants biggrin

Riley Blue

9,568 posts

134 months

Saturday 6th October 2012
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Estates seem to be unusually popular, is the demographics of PH changing?

JordanTurbo

860 posts

49 months

Saturday 6th October 2012
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Dave Hedgehog said:
RS Avants biggrin
^^^^ this biggrin

englisharcher

1,607 posts

72 months

Saturday 6th October 2012
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Estates for me too.

juan king

1,019 posts

97 months

Saturday 6th October 2012
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Another one for estates here byebye

deadmau5

3,181 posts

88 months

Saturday 6th October 2012
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Anything with two seats because I hate having passengers.

Dave Hedgehog

8,390 posts

112 months

Saturday 6th October 2012
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Two Avant, three Avant, four Avant, six
Six Avants make a bunch and so do many more.
Over hill and highway the banana Avants go
Coming on to bring you the Banana Splits show

Making up a mess of fun, Making up a mess of fun
Lots of fun for everyone

Tra la la, la la la la, tra la la, la la la la
Tra la la, la la la la, tra la la, la la la la

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w1RFRoleEd0










Edited by Dave Hedgehog on Saturday 6th October 07:12

Changedmyname

12,457 posts

89 months

Saturday 6th October 2012
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Yes another one for the Audi

AC43

4,449 posts

116 months

Saturday 6th October 2012
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Estates with V8's :-)

Triumph Man

4,097 posts

76 months

Saturday 6th October 2012
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Saloons for me. Large hatchbacks (with the exception of the Rover SD1 and Audi A7) have never done it for me. If I was ever to buy a Mondeo, I would have to buy the saloon. Aside from that, anything really although estates don't really do it for me. I do like coupes and convertibles though.