For me the RCF ticked all the boxes.
When it was released I never thought I'd ever be able to own one.
I dove an Audi S7, nice car but not for me.
I considered a C63, but with numerous design issues (engine) and being notoriously difficult to work on, meaning big labour bills, a smaller fuel tank (plus lower mpg) and big insurance premiums I knocked that idea on the head.
BMW (please nobody take offense) but not a chance.
The car I really, really wanted was a facelift XKR, but it would have been older, cost the same money and had less practicality.
A new Mustang was a 9 month wait, offered only small discounts and has some questionable interior plastics.
The RCF is sensible in most respects, doesn't cost the earth to run, won't let me down, can be lairy when I want it to be and most importantly, it's different!
I genuinely look forward to every drive and even just starting her up puts a smile on my face.
I consider myself very lucky to be able to own such a car and realise its probably going to be the pinnacle of my car ownership, unless I get an LC500 in a few years, but by then we will be all electric 😔
Till then, ceramic coat to come, plus a few more upgrades maybe next year... can't wait 😍