Castle Combe Sprint

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Name: David Malenczak
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Re: Castle Combe Sprint

Postby pigeondave » Wed Nov 02, 2016 10:48 pm

I suppose its a good way of looking at it, keep chipping away and it'll never feel like that much money and never add up all the receipts. :lol:

Im not a the same level of mods as you, but im starting to think is it worth doing more work on the Fury.

I've come this far I might as well see it through to the end.

phoenix wrote:-you and your phoenix have a history a new car will never achive.

I suppose that's what its about at the end of the day.

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Name: Jeff Wiltshire

Re: Castle Combe Sprint

Postby jeffw » Thu Nov 03, 2016 7:08 am

phoenix wrote:-your car is an absolutely outstanding one of a kind. One of the quickest jp cars ever.
-you and your phoenix have a history a new car will never achieve.

This sums up why Dave...

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Re: Castle Combe Sprint

Postby adithorp » Thu Nov 03, 2016 5:28 pm

jeffw wrote: ...but I'm having too much fun with it at the moment...

I think thats what it's all about at the end of the day. We all had an idea of where we were when we started and another of where we'd like to end up... But it's the jouney to get there thats interesting, not the destination. If we ever get to the destination, we'll only have to decide on a new one anyway.

Not sure you can make that same jouney with a Radical. ...and though I've never driven one, I have had a passenger ride. Very fast yet very boring at the same time; 2 things I didn't think it was posible to achieve together.

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