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juggers

360 posts

46 months

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Saturday 2nd June 2012 quote quote all
kin quick said:
Well done, yet another post full of total rubbish and nonsense, keep going, your selling this heap really well thumbup
Ha ha heap......I only know of one heap which was raaas'd around the ring by a big kid I see you've got your school holidays wink

And stop hiding behind your computer if you really want to take a pot shot at least have the balls to ring!

Edited by juggers on Saturday 2nd June 22:21

GTR Cook

297 posts

55 months

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Saturday 2nd June 2012 quote quote all
Haha you admitting you sold a heap for top money?


marcevo1

523 posts

119 months

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Tuesday 5th June 2012 quote quote all
He He - GTR owners getting all uperty!

we all bow down to your far superior machinery... unfortunately very heavy machinery all be it techno heavy and well powered. I've never driven one to be honest nor do i have any desire too.

I can see the attraction of the GTR and R205 - but for me the little hatch would win every time. its way more nimble and you dont look like a 'manta/capri man' - sorry guys big coupes need hairy chests, streaked hair and shiny white teeth wink

I'm from a rally background and have had all sorts of machinery - gtr is too big too heavy and too brash. been there before with my old HSV 1700kg 530bhp 500lb/ft (quick oversteery thing but too heavy IMHO)

£40k for a hatch... when you look at the price of a standard uk hatch it isnt much more when you add up all the bits - rare too (i see at least 4 GTR's on my way to work every day)

only issue id have is that the spec c is nearly as fast and is nearly as rare on these shores.

id have either if i didn't have 2 kids to transport around. Unfortunately not silly enough of a car for a weekend toy though.

I've driven the subject car - its very quick but a little too easy to drive to be honest - all depends what you're used to i suppose?

i must admit i'm a little disappointed with all new machinery - over tyred, over assisted lards.

latest offerings of rwd back to basics subaru / toyotas sounded very appealing - shame both missed the point of such vehicles.... my old toy has the same formula - rwd, front engine 4 pot, 50:50 balance, transaxle with inboard disks, 150bhp N/A motor and lsd standard.... but 1100kg and less than £3k and only about 12 left on the road in the uk. As ever power and grip isn't a recipe to fun.

I love all the banter on here about my cars faster than yours smile reminds me of my childhood arguments of my dads cars faster than your dads wink feel free to post your 'ring times - not race drivers time wink to be honest who cares? how fast does it feel and how much fun is it matters more to me.

Good luck with the sale Immy - great performance car for people who dont want to stand out too much from the crowd wink



Terminator X

4,418 posts

87 months

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Tuesday 5th June 2012 quote quote all
kin quick said:
Well done, yet another post full of total rubbish and nonsense, keep going, your selling this heap really well thumbup
Tbh it hardly matters what peeps on here think, it's a very rare impreza worldwide + the only one in the uk. It will sell regardless.

TX.

WeirdNeville

5,811 posts

98 months

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Wednesday 6th June 2012 quote quote all
Terminator X said:
kin quick said:
Well done, yet another post full of total rubbish and nonsense, keep going, your selling this heap really well thumbup
Tbh it hardly matters what peeps on here think, it's a very rare impreza worldwide + the only one in the uk. It will sell regardless.

TX.
Yup. It's been snapped up 16 days later....
Oh, wait.
Advertisement

juggers

360 posts

46 months

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Thursday 7th June 2012 quote quote all
marcevo1 said:
He He - GTR owners getting all uperty!

we all bow down to your far superior machinery... unfortunately very heavy machinery all be it techno heavy and well powered. I've never driven one to be honest nor do i have any desire too.

I can see the attraction of the GTR and R205 - but for me the little hatch would win every time. its way more nimble and you dont look like a 'manta/capri man' - sorry guys big coupes need hairy chests, streaked hair and shiny white teeth wink

I'm from a rally background and have had all sorts of machinery - gtr is too big too heavy and too brash. been there before with my old HSV 1700kg 530bhp 500lb/ft (quick oversteery thing but too heavy IMHO)

£40k for a hatch... when you look at the price of a standard uk hatch it isnt much more when you add up all the bits - rare too (i see at least 4 GTR's on my way to work every day)

only issue id have is that the spec c is nearly as fast and is nearly as rare on these shores.

id have either if i didn't have 2 kids to transport around. Unfortunately not silly enough of a car for a weekend toy though.

I've driven the subject car - its very quick but a little too easy to drive to be honest - all depends what you're used to i suppose?

i must admit i'm a little disappointed with all new machinery - over tyred, over assisted lards.

latest offerings of rwd back to basics subaru / toyotas sounded very appealing - shame both missed the point of such vehicles.... my old toy has the same formula - rwd, front engine 4 pot, 50:50 balance, transaxle with inboard disks, 150bhp N/A motor and lsd standard.... but 1100kg and less than £3k and only about 12 left on the road in the uk. As ever power and grip isn't a recipe to fun.

I love all the banter on here about my cars faster than yours smile reminds me of my childhood arguments of my dads cars faster than your dads wink feel free to post your 'ring times - not race drivers time wink to be honest who cares? how fast does it feel and how much fun is it matters more to me.

Good luck with the sale Immy - great performance car for people who dont want to stand out too much from the crowd wink
Cheers Mate smile




WeirdNeville said:
Yup. It's been snapped up 16 days later....
Oh, wait.
Jog on........


melvster

6,561 posts

68 months

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Friday 8th June 2012 quote quote all
Immy you still got the S204 ?

juggers

360 posts

46 months

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Friday 8th June 2012 quote quote all
melvster said:
Immy you still got the S204 ?
No Adam is sold, mate. frown

I might be going Oulton park in the next couple of weeks if you fancy it will e-mail you the date.

melvster

6,561 posts

68 months

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Saturday 9th June 2012 quote quote all
juggers said:
No Adam is sold, mate. frown

I might be going Oulton park in the next couple of weeks if you fancy it will e-mail you the date.
Yes please do, is it a SCD meet or trackday ?

Take it you have seen this for sale.
http://beta.pistonheads.com/classifieds/used-cars/...

Edited by melvster on Saturday 9th June 10:48

juggers

360 posts

46 months

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Saturday 6th October 2012 quote quote all
She is back on the market now am looking at the saloon version S206 NBR wink




Edited by juggers on Saturday 6th October 10:53

juggers

360 posts

46 months

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Saturday 6th October 2012 quote quote all
Forgot to add the link to the add biggrin

melvster

6,561 posts

68 months

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Saturday 6th October 2012 quote quote all
Some pics for the ad Immy biggrin




You buying one of these beasts next then ?





juggers

360 posts

46 months

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Saturday 6th October 2012 quote quote all
Agh you sneaky bugger was you there? why didn't you come over would of took you for a blast smile

Yep that's the one white is the colour I am hoping to get, however with there only being 40 made think I will take any colour that pops up! biggrin

melvster

6,561 posts

68 months

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Saturday 6th October 2012 quote quote all
juggers said:
Agh you sneaky bugger was you there? why didn't you come over would of took you for a blast smile

Yep that's the one white is the colour I am hoping to get, however with there only being 40 made think I will take any colour that pops up! biggrin
I did not see you, only time i saw the Scoob was when it was parked up, i would have said hello if i had spotted you.

You sourcing a car from Japan ? expensive bit of kit £51k.
http://www.carsensor.net/usedcar/search.php?STID=C...


juggers

360 posts

46 months

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Sunday 7th October 2012 quote quote all
melvster said:
I did not see you, only time i saw the Scoob was when it was parked up, i would have said hello if i had spotted you.

You sourcing a car from Japan ? expensive bit of kit £51k.
http://www.carsensor.net/usedcar/search.php?STID=C...
Yeh not cheap thats why I am in two minds I dont think it will out perform the R205.

melvster

6,561 posts

68 months

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Sunday 7th October 2012 quote quote all
I know you have owned one but what about an S204 again or a Type RA-R ?
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