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Hi Rich and welcome to the LOC, we are a
friendly bunch and some of us even know how to pull them to bits and
put them back together again, with of course the one bolt and washer
left over.

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Regards Mike.

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Welcome to the forum. What's your criteria? This will determine if it's the correct car for you.

We are looking for a fun performance car. We'd like a bit more space than the 370 offers but dont need rear seats , it will be a weekend car , I may do an occasional track days but nothing serious. economy doesnt matter as I have a daily driver

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I have one, had it about 2 months , 1500 miles

There is also a forum section on them here

It's fast, loud and stunning interior, the outside looks divide opinion (some love it, others suggest it's a bit ugly)

I know it doesn't matter to you, but the rear seats are really useful (compared to a 911).

It is however a a heavy car, so much more muscle car that "sports car" (think BMW M6, F-type jag, Merc SL/CL etc)

(I've come from a series of 911's, NSX, GTIs and a couple of RS4 avants)

It definitely as fast any any of that much (perhaps faster) but perhaps not A to B

On a track I imagine it would be fun, although it can be just a little dim witted.

If I had to drive to south of France , I would take it in a heart beat, on a special Sunday morning blast with no older 911 or even something like a F-type convertible might be better.

Mine will be for sale soon (I swap out every 4 or so months) it's already on the Hatfield web site (blue one).

My suggestion is try and get an extended test drive in one, it's truly is beautifully crafted (and full of tech).

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Don't need back seats... Have you looked at the jag xkr-s?

Sounds like the rcf would be a very good option as well.

Jag is £100k, out of budget
Xkr-s can be had for As low as 45k ish

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I dont want a 2 or 3 year old one though , if I was looking at cars of that age the Nissan GTR would be top of the list I think

Fair enough. Rcf is a great option then but as stated above is heavy and won't feel nimble like a sports car.

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