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    Michael
    Just bought a Golf R for daily driver. 292 HP. Haldex 4 WD. 6 speed or DSG. Back seat for kids. Check it out- sounds like it might fit your needs!

    You're welcome to drive mine if you're interested. Let me know.

    Jim

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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelD View Post
    You will likely be seeing my car at NJMP in the future. Maybe even Karen and Buddy with the new owners as well.
    I guess that means it sold to someone local? Anyone on the forum that will pop up and introduce themselves?
    Mike
    2010 Caterham CSR with Cosworth 2.3 Duratec

    1975 BMW CSL Group 4 (restoration - awaiting new engine)
    1977 Holden Torana "A9X" (awaiting restoration)
    1985 Holden Commodore Group A (restoration - awaiting engine rebuild)
    1982 Ferrari 400i (catching up on deferred maintenance)
    1965 Ford Mustang Fastback "Holman Moody"
    1992 Ford Escort RS Cosworth

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    What about an '18 Honda type R? I had a '08 M3 and it was wonderful, tho the power was unusable on the street and mpg was terrible. Enjoy the hunt, it's part of the fun!
    '97 Caterham Super Sprint, 1700 Crossflow-sold
    '09 Birkin S3, Duratec-sold
    '03 Caterham Zetec track car

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    I hope to make it to NJMP for the 7 gathering. Michael has been very helpful to me getting the car and with good advice. I ran my first Autocross last weekend and that was really the first time I have been able to drive the car. Getting tags in Virginia requires a inspection from the state police and I have been concentrating on getting it ready to autocross. The car is a blast and I will have a lot of work and fun figuring out how to drive it. I was trying to drive it with the throttle, but I let a SCCA national champion autocrosser drive it and I learned a lot. Jab the brakes and steer. The car has unbelievable turn in.

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    CarlB,

    Welcome and congrats on the purchase of MichaelDís Cat-tastic ride! A bit of inspiration to get you up to NJMP this year.

    Shane
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    Congratulations CarlB on buying Michael's storied Caterham! A car with much character that was owned by a person who is also a lovable character. We'd all enjoy seeing you (and the car!) at NJMP, if you are able to make it. Yes, the turn-in on a Caterham is fierce, almost shocking at first. As is the braking, the acceleration,the ....
    '97 Caterham Super Sprint, 1700 Crossflow-sold
    '09 Birkin S3, Duratec-sold
    '03 Caterham Zetec track car

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