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  • #176074

    cymrucarnage
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    UK - England

    Posts: 10

    Hi folks, I’m looking to change my MK2 RS for a MK3 RS. I figure 5drs will be more practical for the family. 😊

    I’m after a well kept MK3 ideally in Magnetic Grey or White. But would also consider Nitrous Blue.

    Must have full service history with Head gasket recall done after the revision, SYNC3 and be in great condition with lowish or average mileage.

    I have a healthy budget for the right car, with funds ready.

    Thanks for reading my thread and if you’re thinking of selling let me know. 👍

     

     

    #176078

    turbo-tone
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    UK - England

    Posts: 734

    Welcome along

    If you have a healthy budget @tyrefitter has a lovely red edition for sale. Check out the fir sale section or eBay



    Dreamscience imap U2+. Ramair induction. Mountune mud flaps. Scorpion Sports Cat. Scorpion Tracker. Wind deflectors. NB washer jets and shark fin aerial. EBC Grooved discs, YellowStuff pads. Airtec Intercooler, Miltek cat back with titanium tips

    #176081

    RS@WUB
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    UK - England

    Posts: 415

    Can’t help but good luck with search.

    #176083

    71-bda
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    UK - England

    Posts: 7503

    turbo ! Heres a FIR I found earlier !! 😎



    No nothing.

    No Mods. No rockers. Just a chunky knob, thats now been replaced by an RS knob innit.

    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?

     

    #176084

    turbo-tone
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    UK - England

    Posts: 734

    That’s a lovely fir BDA!



    Dreamscience imap U2+. Ramair induction. Mountune mud flaps. Scorpion Sports Cat. Scorpion Tracker. Wind deflectors. NB washer jets and shark fin aerial. EBC Grooved discs, YellowStuff pads. Airtec Intercooler, Miltek cat back with titanium tips

    #176085

    Pauly Paul
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    Posts: 727

    Hi & welcome, bet hard to get rid of your mk2 I know from experience not an easy choice. Some will argue mk2 is better than mk3 , let’s just agree to disagree & leave at that . Was she a car from new  which makes it even harder , turbo- tone is right nice edition in red up for sale , good luck with your search anyway.👍👍👍

    #176088

    cymrucarnage
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    UK - England

    Posts: 10

    Thanks for the replies. Unfortunately @tyrefitter’s Red Edition is over my budget. I would love a Red Edition, but seems as though I’ve missed the boat on that one with the way prices have been going lately. 🤔

    @Pauly Paul – Really hard decision to change from the MK2, I love the car but find it’s just not practical for me with the family and I’ve become to obsessive with it so it’s not getting used as much as it should. On the odd occasion when I do take it out, I live in fear of it getting damaged or even dirty! 😂 🤦‍♂️

    I’m a massive fan of the MK3 RS too! The handling and AWD system is amazing!  In an ideal world I’d have both. MK3 as the daily and MK2 as the weekend toy. 😂

    Have always been a fast Ford guy so only car to replace the MK2 RS for me will be a MK3. 😬👍

    #176114

    Marshy
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    United Kingdom

    Posts: 39

    Lots of nice cars on Pistonheads mate,good luck with your search.

    #176117

    Tyrefitter
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    UK - England

    Posts: 437

    @cymrucarnage what’s your budget,,I’m will to reduce price by taking the mods of it & putting it back stock



    Andy.

     

    Red Edition.

    #176136

    paul-m
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    UK - England

    Posts: 618

    Might be interested in selling my 17 Plate NB with about 5000 miles if the price is right

    #176148

    Paulb
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    UK - England

    Posts: 47

    If you don’t mind me asking what would the right price be?

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