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Do you own a F2 EVO
Tick the box if you DO own a F2 EVO 34%  34%  [ 50 ]
I do NOT own an F2 EVO 66%  66%  [ 99 ]
Total votes : 149
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 01, 2009 8:28 pm 
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My F2 evo is still going strong apart from the back arches lol.
Only problem is it doesnt have the MSD plaque under the bonnet... came with all the manuals for the F2 evo and the cobra alarm so no doubting it is one just gutted ive no idea what number it is... although i did take the bumper off the other day and it had some blokes name, a date a No#1 written on inside of it........ doubt that means anything but would be good if it was lol


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PostPosted: Sat Sep 26, 2009 5:57 pm 
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Our F2 Evo is number 0977 in silver we have had it from new it only has 35000 genuine miles. No rust anywhere still in very good condition but just found the CV drivers side is going. We had side & rear Skirts fitted form new by the makers of the body kit. Sorry I do not know how to post a picture.[/i]


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 Post subject: Spent a lot more than the car cost on cosmetics!
PostPosted: Mon Oct 05, 2009 3:10 pm 
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Bought my F2 Evo on Ebay for £2000, have since spent around £2,500 on a complete respray (silver to black), getting the aircon fixed and the purchase of a private reg. I think she's worth it, especially as she only had 26,000 miles on the clock when bought. (Yes it is genuine) Not bad for a 10 year old car! Some might think I'm nuts to spend this kind of money on an 'old' car, but I'm sure other F2 owners out there will know where I'm coming from. :cool: Haven't yet checked to see what number I have...that's probably because I'm a girl and am more concerned about what it looks like than what's hidden underneath!


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 Post subject: Re: Spent a lot more than the car cost on cosmetics!
PostPosted: Tue Oct 06, 2009 5:57 pm 
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F2 Girl wrote:
Bought my F2 Evo on Ebay for £2000, have since spent around £2,500 on a complete respray (silver to black), getting the aircon fixed and the purchase of a private reg. I think she's worth it, especially as she only had 26,000 miles on the clock when bought. (Yes it is genuine) Not bad for a 10 year old car! Some might think I'm nuts to spend this kind of money on an 'old' car, but I'm sure other F2 owners out there will know where I'm coming from. :cool: Haven't yet checked to see what number I have...that's probably because I'm a girl and am more concerned about what it looks like than what's hidden underneath!


to black :shock: an Evo? :shock: Sacrilege if you ask me - :roll: :lol

Still, at that price you could do whatever you like :lol

Actually, thinking about it, evo black.... hmm i think i might actually really like that - got any pictureS?


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 06, 2009 8:57 pm 
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My F2 Evo is number 265. It needs alot of work doing to it and the guy I got it off has disappeared with all the service history :bang


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 Post subject: wheres my msd number
PostPosted: Sat Dec 05, 2009 9:26 am 
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You will find it on a plate on the engine bay bulkhead...


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 Post subject: Re: wheres my msd number
PostPosted: Sat Dec 05, 2009 11:03 am 
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dyfiboy wrote:
where do i look for my msd number iv been told its 168 or near there
iv found it im 184...how do i upload my picsImage


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 Post subject: Re: POLL: How Many F2 EVOs are in existence?
PostPosted: Thu Feb 04, 2010 2:51 pm 
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Mine is number 91, so a fairly early one :)

Needs a proper clean...hopefully i'll do that this weekend as long as it doesnt blimmin rain!


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