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  • Ralf__
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    For me this looks more like a Mark 5 Cortina (1979-1983).
    Is this possible?

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  • SaintsFCFan
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    My Ford Granada 2.0L, just finished servicing her after putting in reconned gearbox in 1990.

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    I love description of today's cars...a computer with oil...so true!!!!!!

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  • pakarang
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    Ahhh... the Ford Granada... what a car! You could literally pick the every component out of the engine and put it back together!

    Not like cars today... a computer with oil!

    This was my dream car about 20 years ago...

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  • SaintsFCFan
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    This is my absolutely battered Buy-A-Wreck Ford Granada 2.8L. And it really does say OUCH! on the wing.
    She lasted me 7 years before it totally fell to bits, I loved my wrecks what can I say!

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  • SaintsFCFan
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    This was my classic Yamaha RD400E in a rather battered and tatty way. Scary bike too, 0-100 in a very short time in it's day. Ah the nostalgia of it!
    Sorry for the poor quality, it's been hidden down the back of a shelf.

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  • Ralf__
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    Last weekend, the weather was fine and i managed to get my toy out of the garage. At this moment i have only a picture out of the brochure. Aaah! It was fun again to drive along the small and curvy roads in direction to the Black Forest!

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    Just for the Captain, as he should be home soon and needs LOTS of posts to go through..

    my husband Alan's truck--Ford F350 (her name is "Babe" and she is a beast....)

    I practically need a pole vault jump to get into her.....

    and as long as I am posting pictures...here's my son AJ's truck--

    Boys in the rural South, no matter what their ages, need trucks........
    Last edited by ehp; March 1st, 2009, 00:34.

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  • pilotdane
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    We have one Smart in town (a bright yellow hard top). It looks surprisingly roomy inside. I think it will make a great around town car. Make sure you post a lot of pictures and your review.

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    Maybe I need a chauffeur????

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  • pakarang
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    Love the Mariner! Once your Smart arrives in your drive way, you can send the old one over to me for a nominal fee...

    The Smart is not a bad choice provided you are not going any significant distance, such as for example to Wallmart and .... Starbucks... ( ).

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    My one year old Mariner


    it's like driving a giant golf cart!!


    But here's what I just got in the queue for


    I fell in love with the SMART convertible when I was in Italy in Summer 2007. The wait here is about 6 months, which will give me time to figure out how to PAY for it!!!!!! Am I crazy???
    Last edited by ehp; March 1st, 2009, 00:32.

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  • Sterkoder
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    Since page 1 on the old forum, I've changed my spottermobil from a Ford Escort Diesel, to a Ford Escort 95 oct. petrol.


    Also changed my Ford Focus on page one with a model 2008 Ford Focus, but got no picture of that one....

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    greetings Doris

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  • Ralf__
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    Congratulations! Good choice! I am working a lot in Czech Republic and they are indeed proud of their cars! And they are producing better quality than the VW workers in Germany!

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