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Old 10-24-2011, 05:18 PM   #21
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Thanks, I paid $17.800 and its got only 28,000 miles on it!
Mmmm, low miles. Here's a question, wouldve you gone for an 03/04 cobra had you found one that you liked?
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Old 10-24-2011, 05:23 PM   #22
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Mmmm, low miles. Here's a question, wouldve you gone for an 03/04 cobra had you found one that you liked?
With that many miles I would GUESS that he would be looking around $20k for a Cobra
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Old 10-24-2011, 05:29 PM   #23
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Old 10-24-2011, 05:49 PM   #24
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Mmmm, low miles. Here's a question, wouldve you gone for an 03/04 cobra had you found one that you liked?
Probably not. It snows here a lot in the winter so I need something that I can drive year round and having so many friends with them has seemed to influence my decision.
Especially now that I've own one I don't think I could go back to only driving a mustang. The evo has extremely responsive steering with insanely good handling, it rides better than my IRS mustang and when I go e85 next week it'll be faster too.
And let me tell you, being able to floor it in 1st gear with full traction is awesome!
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Jez, that's a steal... anything wrong with it?! Evo's in my area similar to yours are going for like $22.5k

E85 ftw and what is this traction you speak of?
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Probably not. It snows here a lot in the winter so I need something that I can drive year round and having so many friends with them has seemed to influence my decision.
Especially now that I've own one I don't think I could go back to only driving a mustang. The evo has extremely responsive steering with insanely good handling, it rides better than my IRS mustang and when I go e85 next week it'll be faster too.
And let me tell you, being able to floor it in 1st gear with full traction is awesome!
I thought the video fit the title of this thread lol
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Jez, that's a steal... anything wrong with it?! Evo's in my area similar to yours are going for like $22.5k

E85 ftw and what is this traction you speak of?
Nope, its in great condition! The guy who I bought it from owned this one which was his garage queen, another one which he was racing at the track I met him at, and a roller which he is turning into a dedicated track car. He told that he is replacing the evo with an e46 M3 which he is driving down to Florida to get.
Oh and this traction thing is really weird, I'm still getting used to it!

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Haha it fits the title but that was just sarcasm since I posted up an evo on a mustang forum!
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Gratz I guess, personally I'm not a fan for the imports regardless of how fast it is or how it drives because imports are imports to me and I'm strickly an american fan when it comes to vehicles. Don't get me wrong I have a few friends with EVOs and I don't hate on them they just dont do it for me, but even they say at the end of the day its still just a lancer.
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Sweet evo man. I just went the other way I sold my 99 eclipse with a big turbo and front mount and got my 2000 GT. lol
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