I really like the look of a TS50..and and I like the fact it has 5.6 litres.
However the BA series is a newer car. I can only imagine that ts50 would be more affordable.The bug is biting on me....Ive never had a personal car before ..only work cars.And over the next several months I am going to see how my savings and investments are going and make a decision of yes or no on that.I know someonewho has had one for about 4 years and I have a feeling that theywill be selling in the next 12 months.If so I want to try and get it...
I like the GT ,but I am not sure that I would like to spend that much money on a depreciating asset.The big drawcard for the ba series is the 4 valves per cylinder..which must make way for awesome power...I have been waiting for ford to install 4 valves per cylinder since I was 24.The only thing is ..now that ford have focused on their performance market..if they will bring out a hemi head ba gt with the spark plugs in the centre of the head....?
This I feel is a worthwhile performance addition and I hope that I do not have to wait for a walking stick so ford can do it.....
The T3 as an asset would have already copped a fair whack of depreciation, so I reckon that would be the better buy, especially as you're reluctant to buy a GT due to price and the size of the anticipated depreciation. The AU T3 should be available for around $45k
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