What did you do to your UK S550 Mustang Today

Discussion in 'United Kingdom' started by C11EWM, Apr 10, 2016.

  1. Enoch

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    Went for the super snake style..:)

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    We built a 68 mustang today F362EA4C-27F2-4F0F-9834-BC20DCA0EC8C.jpeg
     
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    Nice one :like: I bet it's got better panel alignment :crackup:
     
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    That’s the thing about Lego. Unlike ford they use high quality plastics and the fit is superb. ;)
     
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    I love this colour combo!
     
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    I saw, and holy shit on a stick it is not cheap! I know there are a lot of improvements over the S550.1, but how they've went from £33,000 to £42,000 is beyond a joke. £44,340 for the one I'd want. Even with the maximum allowed deposit it's still £60-ish over what my old one cost per month.

    Guess I better start trading bit-coin again!
     
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    Yeah, my equivalent spec has gone up £2k since I ordered in December, and the only difference is the rev-matching and improved stereo, which you won't notice with the engine running.
     
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