In 10 Years What Parts Will Fetch A Premium ££££

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  • #117502
    white-rs2
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    Will it be a case of anything Mountune will be worth more than new as per the Focus Mk2 RS stuff seems to fetch a pretty premium.

    Will the Mountune Inlet spacer double in value now Mountune have quietly deleted it ??

    What standard parts will be the unicorn items ??



    RS Edition (RED),

    Standard as Ford Should of Intended.

    #117508
    9designs
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    Seat Trim…  Fabric goes out of production and covers aren’t made for long as a spare, plus people abuse and wear them out.



    Magnetic Grey with shells, sunroof, forged wheels, calipers, city..etc

    FPM375, Full MT Blue charge pipe kit, Quaife LSD, MT Springs, DSC Suspension Control Unit, MT- Short shift, PTU Brace and Roll Restrictor – Oil Plate, LED Sequential rear lights, Shadow Chrome wheels.  HJS200 cell cat and MT Cooler.

    UK seller for DSC Active suspension. 

    DSC Modules In stock, next day dispatch.

    TracTive Damper kits  – Reservations taken    

    Jacking Blocks 

    email to:-  9designstechserv@gmail.com 

        

    #117577
    johnybigarms
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    Standard exhaust, I have 2 of them, they will be rotten by then, and people like 10 year old, 1 owner, low miles  and standard spec cars

    #117584
    white-rs2
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    Aren’t the standard exhausts a cheaper stainless steel item



    RS Edition (RED),

    Standard as Ford Should of Intended.

    #117593
    coastliner
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    I think exhausts these days are made of a better quality steel and tend to last over 5 years and I have had a couple of cars with 9 years old exhausts and batteries that are still going strong. If you removed a standard exhaust and stored it in s dry environment, it should be ok after 10 years. Got to agree with Johnybigarms, that buyers prefer a ten year old RS to be one owner low miles and standard unmolested, such a vehicle would fetch good money as opposed to a heavily modified car. Things like bill of sale with the same owners details that is selling is all proof of provenance.



    Coastliner

    #117595
    71-bda
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    in 2029 no ones going to want an RS Focus or any ten year old car with an engine, the world will be a very different boring place where the cars with engines will be taxed off the road, electric or hydrogen cars will be the norm, classic cars will have taken a kicking pricewise and petrol where available will be at least £10 a gallon. Its all going to be about 0-60 in 3 secs the norm for standard Teslas if they are still making them and the Chinese or Japs haven’t taken the market!



    No nothing.

    No Mods. No rockers. Just a chunky knob.

    No tackiness.

    Std as Ford intended, but with a space saver wheel and jack and nuts and wheel brace. oh.. and flaps, a man has got to have flaps.

    Innit?

     

    #117597
    coastliner
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    @71-bda

    You paint such an appealing picture of life ahead, think we have had the best out of motoring.



    Coastliner

    #117598
    bobcat
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    @bda  @coastliner

    Sadly I think you’re both right. Ten years from now it will be difficult to go into towns and cities if you have a petrol/diesel vehicle the “Tax” to enter will be horrendous.

    #117602
    nilagin
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    As hybrids will still be allowed from 2030, it is unlikely that petrol will be priced so highly.

    #117606
    white-rs2
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    In the same vain, who’d of thought 10 years ago petrol was £1.20 a gallon now 10 years later, its £1.20 a litre.

    So its not unreasonable to assume £10 a gallon or £2.20 a litre



    RS Edition (RED),

    Standard as Ford Should of Intended.

    #117618

    jonyboy
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    I think you need to go back a lot more than 10 years to get petrol for £1.20 a gallon

    #117625
    71-bda
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    Gallon of petrol.. 1979…… £0.98

    1980……£1.28

    1985……£1.99

    1990…..£2.13

    1995…..£2.73

    2000….£3.89

    2005….£4.00

    2010….£4.60

    2012….£6.30

    2015….£5.40

    2016…..£4.60 !! remember when it dropped to nearly a pound a litre? nice.

    2017…..£5.40

    2018…..£5.80

    now?…………………………….£5.50



    No nothing.

    No Mods. No rockers. Just a chunky knob.

    No tackiness.

    Std as Ford intended, but with a space saver wheel and jack and nuts and wheel brace. oh.. and flaps, a man has got to have flaps.

    Innit?

     

    #117662
    ada205
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    Bda…. I really don’t like the way you make 2029 sound… I’m buying a DeLorean and going back to the good old days of light weight characterful cars, bins emptied every week, milk and papers delivered daily, Furguson Videostar vcr’s, hot summers and burst pipes in winter, house old name page 3 girls, far less eu interference, sensible levels of immigration, and no mobile phones🤗 Only downside is I swear there was more wasps back then! 🐝🔫

    Ade.



    2016 mk3 Focus RS, 2004 Impreza STI, Pug 205gti Dimma.

    #117667
    coastliner
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    @ada205

    I want a seat in your car and vision I am 100% with your thinking.



    Coastliner

    #117668
    71-bda
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    spot on lads I’m coming too !



    No nothing.

    No Mods. No rockers. Just a chunky knob.

    No tackiness.

    Std as Ford intended, but with a space saver wheel and jack and nuts and wheel brace. oh.. and flaps, a man has got to have flaps.

    Innit?

     

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