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For you Ford fans

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Posted on April 7, 2021 at 04:38:33
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If only Ford made a car called the "Taxiway Landing." nt, posted on April 7, 2021 at 04:56:08
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nt

The problem is not that there is evil in the world, the problem is that there is good. Because otherwise, who would care?

 

I like it., posted on April 7, 2021 at 05:16:07
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Our Mercury thinks it's fine too.

145,000 miles
It needs new shocks.

 

RE: For you Ford fans, posted on April 7, 2021 at 06:50:54
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Speaking of Fords, been a Car guy forever and currently have a Ford in the stable. Ford GT350 and Alfa Romeo 4C launch edition.

 

Saw the 4C review on Everyday Driver., posted on April 7, 2021 at 07:19:03
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Looks like a ball. How is the steering "feel"?
Gsquared

 

RE: Saw the 4C review on Everyday Driver., posted on April 7, 2021 at 08:08:17
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The steering is like a goat cart. I mean it is direct road feel type of car. It has rack and pinion steering which is very direct in turn in. Road feel may be too much for some, it's loud inside from the road and motor noise. Fun car and sticks pretty good. Take off is pretty quick. This is my friends car who I allowed to park in the garage for almost a year. I got to drive it to keep its juices flowing.

 

RE: Saw the 4C review on Everyday Driver., posted on April 7, 2021 at 09:11:22
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I bought a 76 Triumph Spitfire from a repo dealer (dad's client) in '82 when I turned 16. Completely mechanical rack and pinion - go-cartish. You felt the road and were punished by the bad holes and bumps. Loved it. Mine was much less perfect than the pic I stole from the internet.
Gsquared

 

RE: Saw the 4C review on Everyday Driver., posted on April 7, 2021 at 10:12:59
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Ahhhhh...back to the basics. My brother had a Triumph TR7, but the Spitfire has that cool classy look about it. Love the lines on the Spitfire. These would be cool for Sunday drives in the country to your favorite cafe or brunch bar. I don't think I could hang for a long distance drive in any of those today, back, and bladder, LoL.

 

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