Hate to thread crap, but you can't say it's concourse.
I am heavily involved in the classic car scene, and to say that car is concourse is a bold statement. Concourse means in condition as left factory, and that car is clearly not.
Its just a phrase I used mate, does it matter??? I keep getting all these silly emails telling me what concourse actually means, people just have to much time on there hands to worry about things like what words really mean, at the end of the day you can see what I mean.
I notice you are the third owner and it's only done 15,000 miles!
Have you got all dealer records and has it got a full service history?
Its got every bit of history you could imagine with every receipt "as described in the advert", I have the origional purchace one for dead on £20,000 then the one from when the first owner sold it last year for £17,000 then the one from when I bought it, also have every receipt for all services plus stamps and also every receipt for all mods done, think in totall the add up to £28,000 thats not including labor for all parts fitted!
shane, you wouldn't by any chance used to own a focus rs would you?
Yes mate think I bought it in october 2007 (362.5bhp
the grass is always greener on the other side....?????i test drove a focus st3 red it was torquey powerfull at low rpm although mayi say its a fine example barring the colour sooooooooo common.i loved the way the fn2 drives and most of all its looks.the focus is soooooo bland in comparison
Bland they are not, i'm talking from experiance to, with out sounding big headed I've owned from 2005 nearly 30 performance cars, some being bland and crap and some being absolute animals, I got to say the focus is one of the best all rounders you could buy, maybe not in standard form but as mine is now, it gets the looks handles superb, evo pace performace (tried against my brothers evo 9 fq320 and posted up on the mlr) and is cheap to insure (£425 fully comp for me and the wife im 28 shes 24).
I know now your gonna say why you sellin it then but my explanation is in the above post.