For those who have been driving a while, you are probably well past owning your first car. Most people remember their first motor, whether they loved it or hated it.
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2007 FORD FOCUS ST-2 BLUE 300+ BHP
Welcome to my auction for my ST-2 very quick car 300+BHP
3 Day auction with no reserve
any questions fire away
This car is a extremely clean both inside and out as you can see
its running a full decat 3″ stainless dream science system and this does sound amazing
power wise 300+ BHP
Low millage (18k) replacement engine 10k ago along with clutch
MOT July 16 No advisories
Good amout of stamps in the book as folows
august 2014 replacement engine (low millage 18K and new clutch fitted)
Ford Focus ST170 Estate *Low Mileage*
Rare ST170 Estate, in good condition, a future classic!
Hiya here for sale is my ST170 in black paint work…this car is a cat D it needed a wing and bumper…as you can see i have them…they just need putting on properly and spraying …i have put them on temp but will need to be done by someone who knows what his doing…who ever win the car can secure them here before you take it if thats what you want….. CLICK FORE MORE INFO
We love it when car owners go at each other. Honda VTEC owners always get ribbed, here is one of the funnier examples ;
This is so funny from The Masked Mechanic, titled “Most Stupidest Fucking Design Things Ever”.
The masked mechanic is working on a Kia Sportage and is not a happy bunny.
Can’t understand why you can’t get no love for your wheels, even after all the hours of hard work you’ve put in. Maybe you should take some styling tips from these motors :
Screwfix are offering a whopping 50% of some automotive and DIY tools – Click on the link below ;
The rear of this van had been turned into a cupboard. Imagine taking a bit further and turning it into a petrol heads wardrobe >>
What vehicle would you use if you could have the ultimate wardrobe or tool cupboard, comment below >>
Household furniture made from car parts is great, and every petrolhead should have at least one piece of some kind. Check out this awesome coffee table made from the roof of a mini ;
What do you think ? Add your comments below >>
The after-market spoilers fitted to cars often have little aerodynamic benefit, but the most recent design could at least do its bit for the environment.
The ‘Shelf’ is an extendable solar panel that stores away inside a rear mounted wing, which also serves to improve the car’s traction and stability.
The solar panel unfolds over almost the entire area of the car and is secured to a clip on the bonnet.
Leon Zhu, said of his design: “SHELF can not only shield your car from long exposure to sunshine, but can convert solar energy to electricity to drive the air-conditioner, taillight and other electronic equipment.”
The SHELF is an entry in a competition run by Design Boom.
The 62mph “Challenger” solar racing car, which harnesses the power of the sun using a 6m2 covering of high-efficiency silicon cells incorporated into its bodywork, recently won a 3000km race across Australia.
First time ever that a Scirocco is featured here: actually it’s not a car which drives us crazy but this case deserves to be reviewed. It’s not obvious to believe that so much money and time could be ever spent on a first series Scirocco, but that’s just the beauty of the classic car world. […]
Although the car had been repainted, it had over 5 years worth of wear and tear on top of 5 years of storage on its finish. Needless to say, the car was begging for paint reconditioning, an opportunity I didn’t hesitate to jump on.
I would like to use this post to say thank you. Thank you to the internet (Google) and YouTube for all of the helpful information that can be found with a quick search. I belong to a few automotive forums and truly appreciate all of the individuals that have gone before me and fixed or customized something…anything. […]
Ever wondered what the mysterious black bobble was? It simply hold the seat belt so you don’t have to go fishing around behind yourself every time you go to strap in! Simple really, just remember to hook it there when you unclip it!