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Future Classic investment potentials?

#1 User is offline   pumaSV650S 

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Posted 09 September 2018 - 09:59 PM

With classic Fords going up in value I wonder has anyone got a good example of the Puma, not just an FRP, tucked away somewhere away from the elements just on the off chance one day it will go the same way as classic Fords like the Capri, Escort Cossy, Saphire Cossy and even the RS mk1!
If you do, don't forget to message me when the time comes to sell in a decade or two!
After nearly 5yrs of (3 door imperial blue) ST170 ownership I still miss my Moondust 1.7 KF51YPK; slower... yes, less grip... yes, worse brakes... yes, smaller and less practical... yes, hairdresser comments... yes, bodywork and exhaust tha's more likely to rust... yes.... but the best car I've ever driven :) even with my latest car purchase which is ridiculously fast but proves its all about driver involvement and not just speed.

1.0 Micra (sold)SV650S 99 (killed)SV650S K2 (died)B-King (sold)ST170 (still got!)E46 M3 (sold)Insignia VXR (sold)1 series M (sold)F30 335D xDrive (current)Vfr800Fi (current)

2001 1.7 Moondust Silver Puma ;) 127mph + 0-60 in 8.8secs

'#46' d(^_^)b "need trance.fm in my car!" d(~_~)b '#46'

#2 User is offline   happy-kat 

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Posted 10 September 2018 - 07:30 PM

There are a few standards tucked away. It's not always about speed the Puma has character.
searching is fruitful | I'm a sponge not a mechanic | The Wiki is cool, please do check there if stuck with a Puma problem whilst waiting for a reply | For the Puma fan this read 'The Inside Story Book' is very nice to own link coming soon

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