Drift Support Vehicle

Thread in 'Drift cars for sale' started by jackadoodledo, Oct 18, 2005.

  1. jackadoodledo

    jackadoodledo Member

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    Very cheap drift support vehicle for sale...

    Shogun 3.0V6 Auto
    G reg
    Silver, with black trim

    -tow bar for trailering your drift car

    -7 seater for taking your family and friends along to watch

    -or folding all of the seats down and fitting in loads of wheels, tyres, tools

    -you can fit an SR20 with gearbox still attatched into the boot :worthy:
    (also have fitted 4 people and a kitchen inside :eek: )

    -alloys, central locking, electric windows, electric sunroof, new front brake pads, hardcore metal rear window :D

    -MOT'd til june next year

    All for £500
    pics to follow when Missy gets home :D
     
  2. TwinturboCH

    TwinturboCH Active Member

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    Damn tempting. I need a tow car for next year. Never had a 4x4 so I guess it could be interesting LOL. Get those pics up :smash: :D
     
  3. james

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    hmmm, interested, but what's the MPG like?
     
  4. TwinturboCH

    TwinturboCH Active Member

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    Shogun, 3.0 v6, my guess would be 15mpg if you drive slow :wack: Something similar to my Mums 3.0 straight six Volvo 960 estate. :smash: which is my other potential tow car.
     
  5. jackadoodledo

    jackadoodledo Member

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    it's switchable 4WD to RWD :D
    i need to sell it quick so make me an offer
    TAX'd til end of november too

    i can text pics if you want?
    just PM me your tel number :thumbs:
     
  6. james

    james Administrator
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    yeah, but what's it like on fuel Si and how cheap is it to insure?
     
  7. missy

    missy Driftscene Tog

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    james i will get si to answer your questions, when he's back online later...

    i think it's a group 16 on the insurance, but you'll have to check with si.

    here are the pictures that si asked me to take...

    front.

    driversside.

    passengersside.

    rear.

    alloy.

    dash.
     
  8. Jord

    Jord drifted.com

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    Cooool, and theres now space to bolt another drifty wheel to the back door if your running short of room inside :D
     
  9. kiruji

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    I'd get that for my missus but I don't think she'd drive it - it's a bit too big for her :wack:
     
  10. missy

    missy Driftscene Tog

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    it does have a spare wheel, spare wheel holder and tazmanian devil cover, they are just in the shed atm.... si removed them when he fitted the metal rear window...
     
  11. richieu

    richieu Build Master

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    Group 16 insurance for sure

    The V6's drink petrol like an Alcoholic on Giro day when you Tow :nod: :eek:
     
  12. Lennie

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    Why did he fit a metal window? Is it why i think it is?
     
  13. jackadoodledo

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    Provisionally SOLD :D


    (he;s a bit of a dodgy geezer though, so lets see :p )
     

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