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Martin F

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  1. Have you driven an RC-F ? I like the RC300H and RC200T, but as the price of the RC-F's have dropped so much now then there is not a lot in it between a new RC300H and a second hand low mileage RC-F, with more smiles per mile Unless of course you really want a new car then the difference is not so close. Nice looking garage in the background !
  2. Good spot, thanks for posting. Have ordered because at that price it would be rude not to !
  3. Yes, so do I and all worked ok.
  4. You can use the same firmware as the IS (it is the same stereo) if you want to update. See here: I did this with my RC-F when I bought it.
  5. It's because of Pearl Harbour. There are a few Americans like this.
  6. I know at least two dealers who have ordered demonstrators (in yellow!) and are expecting delivery soon.
  7. This may help.
  8. Looks like it may now have sold.
  9. That's the autobox oil cooler. There should be two pipes at each end which connect back to the autobox.
  10. This is confirmed, because look at the original launch of the third gen IS, the sales of IS250 were nearly non-existant with most people choosing the Hybrid model.
  11. They really are struggling to shift that one.
  12. Yeah, and i think it's a trashy one ! Should help it last a few more pages
  13. It's probably not out of it's corrosion warranty, although there may be an exception in that warranty for the wheels.
  14. Step 7 may leave some surface scratches in the clear coat but they will not be so deep, the idea is obviously to remove any excess basecoat. However by using polish in step 16 you will remove any scratches you created in step 7.
  15. Make your mind up!