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Old 12-01-2012, 11:49 AM   #21 (permalink)
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i have the same issue as i have run my 2006 SRT8 for nealry five years and now out of warranty i am still running it. i normally swap out after three. now at about 75,000 miles.
while they still dont import a right hand drive new SRT8 into the UK i am stuck. not a clue what to do. i am in the same camp here as the OP in that i just couldnt see myself in a boring new german car, no offense intended to anyone but zzzzzzzzz you are no one.
i am not embarassed to say i like a bit of "look at me", so what. the 300 SRT does that in spades.
i will say she is holding up well and still cheap (ish) to run in comparison with what else i own so although i know i need to change, fair play to her she isnt making me rush.
i would love a challenger SRT8 but no RHD, i would love the new 300 SRT8 but no RHD. Wouldnt want a CTS even if it was as not my look really.
what to do...ho hum....
even the merc 6.3 coupe doesnt excite me. it isnt muscle.
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Old 12-06-2012, 04:49 AM   #22 (permalink)
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Hi understand totaly, in the last few weeks i have tried 730, 530d BMW, CLS and E class 320
A6, A8. even had a go of a last Saab 95(lovely but not many about)

my silver 300. 06 plate i have put 80k on in just under 3 years, bought with 17k on
Faults, cable rubbing on air con pipe, swile motor, front brakes, manifold cracked

so maybe the only option is to get a black one this time?

are the newer ones 08 onwards any different other than the interia?
are all the same issues there

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Old 12-06-2012, 04:58 AM   #23 (permalink)
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Hi understand totaly, in the last few weeks i have tried 730, 530d BMW, CLS and E class 320
A6, A8. even had a go of a last Saab 95(lovely but not many about)

my silver 300. 06 plate i have put 80k on in just under 3 years, bought with 17k on
Faults, cable rubbing on air con pipe, swile motor, front brakes, manifold cracked

so maybe the only option is to get a black one this time?

are the newer ones 08 onwards any different other than the interia?
are all the same issues there

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Newer ones i think have a little better interier, but all black and have all the same issue's well most of them

Do you what a newer car? or just a change.
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Old 12-06-2012, 10:45 AM   #24 (permalink)
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Hi Paul

i can get a black 300 2008 33k on for about 11k

cant find anything else i want. the 730BMW looks like a spaceship inside with all the buttons
the 530 just boring.

so change if i find something i like, but not much choice. DB9 good but few years of that

not so much bothererd about newer, just the miles.

my business partners has the cls, used it a few times (dont like bending down to get in it ) lol

and i have a bad problem where i look at all the reviews about cars, which alot put me off, and most times the only things you read are the bad things, so think i got to stop looking a just get what i like ( black 300)


as i think they all have problems


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i think the same of the 5 series just looks dull, but i must admit i do like the Volkswagen Phaeton which are cheap now.
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Like this car.... havent owned it that long. But I desperately want go get back into a Cadillac.

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i think the same of the 5 series just looks dull, but i must admit i do like the Volkswagen Phaeton which are cheap now.
didnt even think of them.. will look cheers
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i think the same of the 5 series just looks dull, but i must admit i do like the Volkswagen Phaeton which are cheap now.
watch out for head problems early Phaetons had porous head castings

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thanks all....putting off decision for another 6 months and sticking to the 300c.

The other option I thought of was buying classics I wanted in my teens and changing them every 6 months !

List include

1. Pre 1990 Honda CRX
2. BMW 80' 635
3. 1970's Datsun 260z
4. 1960's Volvo p1800 and

...5 the only car I would keep for more than 5 years...the Honda NSX!!!!!

Only downside is I do 15k a year and could be waiting a long on a hard shoulder for recovery (save for the Honda's which have the bullet proof vtec engines !)

Mrs thinks I am having mid life crisis !!

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The NSX would be nice . . .
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