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View Poll Results: Focus RS & Focus Costworth - How much are you willing to pay?
Yes, I would buy one at $19,000-$24,000. 622 39.22%
Yes, I would buy one at $25,000-$30,000. 639 40.29%
Yes, I would buy one at $31,000-$35,000. 183 11.54%
Yes, I would buy one at $36,000-$40,000. 48 3.03%
Yes, I would buy one at $41,000-$45,000. 40 2.52%
No, I would not buy one. 54 3.40%
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Old 03-19-2004, 10:45 AM   #121
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I see a few of the other FRSOC members posting here, so decided to join the party
The FRS is a beast and if Ford continue their recent success in WRC, I hope we can expect an AWD 300BHP Cossie, based on the new Focus (perhaps 2005/6).
Expect it to be 25-30k tho! You guys do seem to get the turdy end of the stick, when it comes to hot Fords (of the non-V8 kind).
Had no idea the Focus was so cheap over there.....at those showroom prices, everybody should be running supercharged or turboed motors, with FRS wide wings and Bumpers on
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Old 03-19-2004, 07:50 PM   #122
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good to see some more of the crew!

good to see some more of the bbsrs in here!
i am really begining to suffer the worst withdrawl symptoms... what keeps me going is the thought of the money i make/save here in the usa will make my rs go a lot harder when i get home to her!
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Old 03-19-2004, 11:47 PM   #123
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Re: good to see some more of the crew!

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... what keeps me going is the thought of the money i make/save here in the usa will make my rs go a lot harder when i get home to her! [/B]
Same here Dave, working here in Bahrain allowed me to buy her in the first place (48,000 at home!!!!!).

What part of the North r u from?
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Old 03-19-2004, 11:51 PM   #124
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I'd be interested in an all wheel drive that can woop the wrx's and the evo's. Those cars are clumsy especially the wrx. The focus is more zippy. I'd go 30 large, provided there is better suspension than the crap in the svt.
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Old 03-22-2004, 05:46 AM   #125
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i would pay no more than $25k
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Old 03-22-2004, 11:49 PM   #126
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if you could drive one you'd pay $30 no questions.. trust me
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Old 03-29-2004, 03:45 PM   #127
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Ford is going about the wrong startegy with the GT40. Having a premuin compnay car that shows everyone what you want your company should be shouldnt cost over 50k. The reason to make an example car like the GT40 is to get people into showrooms to look at them, and then say "I CANT AFFORD THAT... but...." they'll look at the other cars. I don't know how many GT40s are coming out but i doubt my local ford dealer will have one. Up until now fords vehicle has been the Cobra and if its true they are scaling back on a car that draws alot of attention to the company, i just dont understand their stratagey :[

anyway id pay around 30k for a 300hp awd focus..
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Old 03-29-2004, 03:50 PM   #128
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Well from what ive heard the new mustang cobra is gonna be exactly what your talking about jaypee, its supposed to rival the vette in every aspect of performance and cost around the same if not a little less.
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Old 03-30-2004, 01:47 AM   #129
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the current cobra does that, heck the Mach 1 does too i believe
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Old 04-05-2004, 01:24 AM   #130
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If Ford (or at least the SVT folks) would make a version with a turbo or supercharger from the factory, I'd seriously consider trading up. I can see paying 20k - 22k for a quality machine. We don't necessarily need AWD, just a little more juice. SVT did a great job with the eaton roots type blower for the mustang and lightning, why not our beloved sport compact?
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