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A Winter Toy?

Discussion in 'General discussion' started by Nmd14, Nov 6, 2017.

  1. JK240

    JK240
    Z Club Member


    My wife used to have one of those, it was a proper little rocket :driving:

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    Back on topic, ever thought about something like an Alfa Romeo Brera 3.2 V6 Prodrive. Relatively cheap, 268 BHP, and limited numbers so may even hold its value..?

    https://www.pistonheads.com/classif...era/alfa-romeo-brera-3-2-jts-v6-s-3dr/7658182
     
  2. johnymd

    johnymd
    Z Club Member

    I've never had an Alfa but love the thought of owning one. Just imagine the excitement of sitting in your own Alfa Romeo every morning, putting the key in the ignition, and wondering if it will start or not.
     
  3. Dave B

    Dave B
    Z Club Member

    370z?
    We bought a 3 year old Nismo mode recently and absolutely love it. Performance is enough to put a grin on my face, it’s pretty well equipped inside, and comfy enough to do long journeys. Even got 30mpg out of it in a 450 mile round trip to a wedding in Wales this weekend


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  4. JK240

    JK240
    Z Club Member

    :lol::lol::lol:
     
  5. TimW

    TimW 1978 UK RHD 260z


    Given it lives on the streets of London, how about a London GoKart...
     

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  6. Nmd14

    Nmd14
    Z Club Member

    Back on topic, ever thought about something like an Alfa Romeo Brera 3.2 V6 Prodrive. Relatively cheap, 268 BHP, and limited numbers so may even hold its value..?

    Hi,

    I did look at these but was surprised how slow they are - slower even than my 2003 Focus!
     
  7. Nmd14

    Nmd14
    Z Club Member

    Thanks everyone for your ideas,

    It is now between a 350Z / 370Z or a 3.0 Z4 coupe.

    Cheers.
     
  8. status

    status Active Forum User

    Z 4 coupe has more of a proper sports car feel,handling is excellent once the runflats have been stopped,if you are after a z4 coupe l might let mine go as thinking about a z4 M coupe m49000 miles,
     
  9. status

    status Active Forum User

    350/370 don’t hold their value compared to the Z 4
     
  10. uk66fastback

    uk66fastback
    Z Club Member

    Porsche 968 as a late entrant ...
     
  11. johnymd

    johnymd
    Z Club Member

    I remember buying a winter car when there was thick snow on the ground and I dint want to use the 240z. This was back in the 80/90's and the car I chose was a 2 door rust free mk1 escort I paid £60 for!!!!
     
  12. status

    status Active Forum User

    If only Jon,not gonner say it
     
  13. status

    status Active Forum User

    I was looking at the 968 but it’s an 80 s car and they still rot out,that’s wot put me off a few cars from the 80 s
     
  14. JK240

    JK240
    Z Club Member

    Yeah, good call. I like 968's.. Club Sports are fetching silly prices though it seems.
     
  15. franky

    franky
    Z Club Member

    968 would be a good call. I’d just have a sport, the club sports not worth the extra for what it is.
     
  16. JK240

    JK240
    Z Club Member

    Same here Fronky, power windows, comfort seats, sunroof, tailgate release, etc all good and same performance as CS and I'm sure the Sport was a UK only model that was built on the same production line with similar chassis numbers or something like that...??
     
  17. candy red

    candy red
    Z Club Member

    Fronky :lol::lol::lol:
     

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