My other cars

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  1. #1
    Before I buy a mini.
    Here are the cars I already have.
    My Impreza wagon import. It is more powerful than a UK one and a lot cleaner.
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    My civic Jordan. I've owned the car for nine and a half year. Built it from the ground up to what it is today.
    396bhp with 308 ft/lb of torque. It dose not hang about.
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    Then our standard i30N. Nothing done to it. But it's an awesome car.

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    Cheers

  2. #2
    Lovely cars, all 3 of them. Always had a soft spot for EK9 Jordans and Type R's. 396bhp in one must be rather quick.

    Also a big fan of the i30N. Had a seat in one a little while ago and was pleasantly surprised by the quality and feel of some of the materials.
    Deposit placed: F56 GP

  3. #3
    Quote Originally Posted by Ali JCW View Post
    Lovely cars, all 3 of them. Always had a soft spot for EK9 Jordans and Type R's. 396bhp in one must be rather quick.

    Also a big fan of the i30N. Had a seat in one a little while ago and was pleasantly surprised by the quality and feel of some of the materials.
    It is, the amount of cars I've surprised and upset is unreal. Before Knockhill car it's new surface I managed a 59.6 second lap. That's with me driving (not perfect) full interior the lot. It will be going up for sale soon.

    The i30 is a great car. Quick when you want it to be and can still be used by the wife to commute to work in. I think it's good quality for what it is.

  4. #4
    Love the wheels on the Jordan mate.

    Someones going to get a cracking car like.

    Davy
    2009 Mini One Graphite, Minibitz Stubby aeril, Minibitz Beltline Kit, Headlight and rear lights dechromed Minibitz Black Mini Badges, Front Tow Hook, Pipercross Air Filter, Scorpion Red Power Non Reasonated Exhaust, JCW R105 Alloys! Sunstrip, Tartan Interior Mirror Cover, Osram Nightbreakers, Halfords Super Advanced Sidelight Bulbs, Black Rear Spoiler, Ultraguage, Smoked Side Repeaters, GP2 JCW Gear Lever, SMPS Black Grille Slats, Neo Brothers Strutbrace, Yellow Details..........What's next to do??

    **Mini One Graphite with Added JCW**

  5. #5
    Quote Originally Posted by Twisterboy View Post
    Love the wheels on the Jordan mate.

    Someones going to get a cracking car like.

    Davy
    Cheers bud. Someone will. It's an awesome car, just time to move on.

    Those wheels have been taken off and sold. Way to valuable to sell on the car. But I have a set of Advan or team dynamics the buyer can choose from.

  6. #6
    Really nice
    MINI F56 John Cooper Works Challenge 20 - JCW Shift Light, JCW Pro Mats, JCW Carbon Fibre Gearknob, JCW Pro Diffuser, Chilli Red Engine Cover, Carbon Fuel Filler, Black Door Handles, DuellAG Splitter, DuellAG Carbon Fibre Spoiler, Airtec Intercooler, AWE Tuning S-FLO CAI, RSI Carbon Fibre Big Scoop, Mintex Challenge Track Pads - Still More To Come

    Ice Blue R55 Clubvan - JCW Shiftlight, JCW Carbon Fibe Handbrake, JCW Carbon Fibre Dash, JCW Steering Wheel, Recaro JCW Sportster CS, CoolerWorx ShortShifter, BC Racing Coilovers, JCW Brembo 4pots, HEL Braided Lines, JCW Front Bumper, MINI Challenge Splitter, Black Rota Blitz




  7. #7
    Quote Originally Posted by MINI William View Post
    Really nice
    Cheers. Not many civics left in this condition.

  8. #8
    Quality cars bud really like the i30n in that colour too

  9. #9
    Quote Originally Posted by Spaceman View Post
    Quality cars bud really like the i30n in that colour too
    Cheers bud. I think it looks better than the more common blue colour.

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