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Denniske    4,497

Qua sound niks speciaals, typische 4-pot turbo met de nodige knallen. Helaas ook fake sound binnenin, zonde. 


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gl3nn    6,061

Druilerige maar gezellige zondag was dat! 

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Soul    2,698

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gTa    18,027

Een Russisch rund met een perso-plaque!

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mrbbs    681

Iemand een idee hoe je bij een Ford Focus MK4 diesel het ESP kan uitzetten. Je hebt een knop voor tractiecontrole maar geen ESP.

Ook via het service menu niet terug te vinden.. :(

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Monterey Jack    2,439
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ex-Mooseman    4,660

Mijn opa heeft een paar Granada’s versleten.

Beetje nostalgie, dus


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Soul    2,698

En een ander knutselproject (tenzij iemand kan bevestigen dat deze versie ooit van de productieband rolde) :


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VanderveenJ    1

Vanaf ik mijn eerste schaalmodel Ford Mustang 1969 had gezien, werd ik direct stapelgek erop. In elk kleur ziet die oldtimer er prachtig uit. Binnen de kortste tijd rij je van punt A naar punt B. Achter deze prachtige uitstraling schuilt er gewoon een krachtige beest 🤩 Wanneer ik een oldtimer show bezocht, keek ik direct uit naar deze prachtige auto. Op de 2e plaats komt natuurlijk de Ford Raptor F-150. Met deze pick-up kun je gewoon elk type terrein aanpakken.

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