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Re: Ford Mustang Milk Float
« Reply #30 on: 21 November 2019, 14:44:06 »

If you're the sort of person who drives a diesel Audi S Line, then you have bigger issues...

 :-[ :-[  Oh dear, that'll be me then.   ;D  What have I done wrong now.   :-\ :)

Well .. you own a BMW and an Audi so .. everything?  ;) ;D

Having one (knob car  ::) ) was bad enough, but having both I stand no chance on here do I.  ;D
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Re: Ford Mustang Milk Float
« Reply #31 on: 21 November 2019, 16:24:27 »

but then, there are so many of those now - M2, M3, M4, M5, M6..

Tbh I don't mind how many of those they knock out, given they are still, to a great extent 'proper', although I still think that piping exhaust noise through speakers is rather sad!

Given the choice, I'd much rather have a performance car that looks ordinary, rather than the other way around.

They had to as the power plant has very little exhaust noise due to the Turbos, JLR opted for the supercharger hence lots of exhaust roar.........but not for much longer sadly
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