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RSVR101

698 posts

103 months

Thursday 2nd May
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What a great looking car, love the unfussy neat interior!

Was the seat made to measure? biggrin


bertie

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7,934 posts

225 months

Saturday 4th May
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Just been out for 100 miles in the 600LT, utterly amazing.
The best thing I’ve ever driven, by some margin.

Adz man

309 posts

100 months

Saturday 4th May
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Stunning car

ghost83

2,929 posts

131 months

Saturday 4th May
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Gorgeous

355spiderguy

206 posts

112 months

Sunday 5th May
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Napier is stunning...thumbup
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mickpsu

143 posts

88 months

Sunday 5th May
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bertie said:
Just been out for 100 miles in the 600LT, utterly amazing.
The best thing I’ve ever driven, by some margin.
Utterly addictive. I’ve done 2K miles in 3 weeks.

Getting used to the “can I sit in it please” when filling her up.

RBT0

783 posts

60 months

Sunday 5th May
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Fkn hell 2k miles already!

Well done if you can.

No value discussion, just pure pleasure!

mickpsu

143 posts

88 months

Sunday 5th May
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RBT0 said:
Fkn hell 2k miles already!

Well done if you can.

No value discussion, just pure pleasure!
Yep, I don't give a crap about depreciation etc - it's there to be driven, and what a pleasure it is. I'm using it as a daily driver for the time being to iron out any McGremlins. There's been some issues, but nothing to make me feel remorseful over buying it.

I didn’t really appreciate the amount of attention the car would get. Can’t fill her up or go for a piss in a service station without coming back to the car where someone is taking a photo, wants to talk to me about it and/or asking if their child can sit in it (that’s happened quite a few times).

Let’s hope the OP with the Bright Green 600LT Spider isn’t shy. It’s one stonking motor in probably the most outrageous colour available. Love it!

bertie

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7,934 posts

225 months

Sunday 5th May
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mickpsu said:


Let’s hope the OP with the Bright Green 600LT Spider isn’t shy. It’s one stonking motor in probably the most outrageous colour available. Love it!
It has had a modest amount of attention it’s true biggrin

mickpsu

143 posts

88 months

Sunday 5th May
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bertie said:
It has had a modest amount of attention it’s true biggrin
Are you in the McLaren Owners Club?

bertie

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7,934 posts

225 months

Sunday 5th May
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mickpsu said:
Are you in the McLaren Owners Club?
Yup, not got along to anything yet though

mickpsu

143 posts

88 months

Sunday 5th May
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bertie said:
Yup, not got along to anything yet though
There are some events over the next few months. Probably the largest gathering of Mac's this year will be at the Beaulieu Supercar Weekend. There's 42 named to attend. I successfully registered three days ago so there are probably more spaces available. Love to see your car there – Can I have a sit in it Mr?

bertie

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7,934 posts

225 months

Sunday 5th May
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Been out for another sortie!!

RBT0

783 posts

60 months

Sunday 5th May
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Stunning!
Still few open points:

Have you got ppf?
Have you kept Trofeo R or asked standard Pirelli when ordering?

bertie

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7,934 posts

225 months

Monday 6th May
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No PPF yet.
Tyres are P Zero

I have also concluded it’s bloody low at the front !!


RBT0

783 posts

60 months

Monday 6th May
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How do tyres feel, why did you not spec the Pirelli Trofeo? Trying to get an understanding of how the 2 compare on the road.

bertie

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7,934 posts

225 months

Monday 6th May
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RBT0 said:
How do tyres feel, why did you not spec the Pirelli Trofeo? Trying to get an understanding of how the 2 compare on the road.
Not tried them but the level of grip is immense on regular tyres so dealer advised unless tracking regularly got for Zeroes as wet performance better

MDL111

3,451 posts

118 months

Monday 6th May
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looks amazing
can you easily fit harnesses to the rear wall of the tub / is the prep for it there already?

bertie

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7,934 posts

225 months

Monday 6th May
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MDL111 said:
looks amazing
can you easily fit harnesses to the rear wall of the tub / is the prep for it there already?
They’re optional when you spec but it looks to me like there’s facility in the bulkhead by the looks, but check with dealer I guess.

Senna seats have you so well located I’d say harnesses only necessary if you track a lot and are a pain on the road.



bertie

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7,934 posts

225 months

Monday 6th May
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There are amazing details all over it, the more you look the more you spot...





All tucked up with it’s sensible big brother