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Wow, in nice shape, surprised no offers yet, hold on to them, somebody somewhere wants them. Never a big fan of that style myself, but somebody might need a set in that nice of condition. Maybe rock them on a Focus? Retro cool?
 

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Wow, in nice shape, surprised no offers yet, hold on to them, somebody somewhere wants them. Never a big fan of that style myself, but somebody might need a set in that nice of condition. Maybe rock them on a Focus? Retro cool?
I don't know about a focus but a mk7 feista witch has the same bolt pattern will fit find on a rear, but up front the brake caliper gets in the way. The fit is so close I all most grinned the brake caliper to make it fit. a 5 or 10mm spacer would work but then they wheels would stick out too much.
I'm only selling these I have I have nicer set and a new old stock set of RS trubo wheels. Sadly the Us rs trubo wheels are 14" and not 15 like over in the UK.
 

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Funny I was looking to see what car available today would be closest to my '91 EGT, the mk7 fiesta S was almost exactly the same specs.
I have a 2019 S. Not a bad car, but I rather drive a escort. The rev holding non since drive me mad. Want to skip a gear, you will have to wait, why becuse the car will dump the RMPs by say a thousand when you go to shift and not hold them, say your at 4.5k in 2nd, you want to go to 4th and 1500ish, well the car will dump the RPMS to 3k and hold them for about 5 or so seconds. And it random. Something to do with emissions and stopping lean states when going into neutral.
 

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I have to agree with Jay Leno, "the '30's anything goes, the '60's pre government regulation were the best cars" I would add the '90's as well, all the good tech with out bad tech.
 
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