Ferrari F355, Aston Martin DB7, Maserati 3200GT, BMW M3, TVR Tuscan S, BMW M-Coupe.
Hey Matehertfordshire1 said:All,
I'm looking for a 2nd car. Something with fast, but not like a focused track car (Caterham etc).
I'm limited to about £35k. I'm guessing many of you also own something else or have owned other cars, so I'm throwing it open really.
Am currently thinking about a TVR, Noble, Porsche....
Is there something out there I'm missing?
I was thinking about a Cerbera!!farrell said:Hey Mate
Why dont you buy a 4.5 Cerbera.... ouich
If you think you're having a hard time with the old M5 at the moment, a Cerbera will make your M5 look like a Lexus reliability wise.
Thats quite a big budget you have there.
If someone plonked that much cash in front of me at the moment, Id buy me a souped up philipino maid with all the extras.... (female of course)
(Sleep deprived with a 7month old baby who has aced any previously available contraception methods)
The idea was to get something different to the M5 that I already have!BURTON said:Lotus Carlton, AMG E55, Noble 3.0 GTOR
Hi Stevehertfordshire1 said:The idea was to get something different to the M5 that I already have!
Noble - I like the look of the M400's but they are still a bit expensive for me.
Hello mate,Simonal said:Hi Steve
HOw are you ? Also did you get the clutch fixed on the M5?
Now to suggestions.
Porsche 993 Turbo LHD
Ferrari 348 Coupe or Spider
Lancia Integrale Evo 2 + cat Big seats (215BHP)
Skyline suggested before
Lancer Evo 6 or 7
Humm choices ....choices ...
Good luck and keep us informed
PS this does not include any BMW as I thourght you wanted to get something different.
I was looking at one of these also.Rob Plummer said:Absolutely no question - Aerial Atom - the supercharged one.
Don't go 4wd and/or turbo. For a second car, you want light weight and plenty of power.........
I'd go and test drive one if I was you - ideally on a track - even if it costs you a few quid.hertfordshire1 said:I was looking at one of these also.
Until I read this months EVO and they don't rate it too well!!
They said it was too sharp and your are constantly trying to stop it darting all over the place!!!Rob Plummer said:I'd go and test drive one if I was you - ideally on a track - even if it costs you a few quid.
What was it the evo boys didn't like?
If it's handling, that can be sorted cos it has adjustable dampers etc etc.
Sounds perfect!! Really focussed.............hertfordshire1 said:They said it was too sharp and your are constantly trying to stop it darting all over the place!!!
Go racing!!!!Rob Plummer said:Sounds perfect!! Really focussed.............
If I was chucking that kind of money into a "play" car, I'd certainly consider an Atom seriously enough to go for a test drive in one.
Or here's an alternative - go racing.
I'm doing in the 750 Motor Club Kit Car Championship. £5-£10k will buy you a decent car and you'd expect to spend around £5k per annum running it. You can't have more fun with your pants on!!! :M5thumbs: