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These bring back some memories!
Originally posted about 3 years ago at a rough guess...






 

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Both look very nice :Cool2:
 

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There's something about the Sierra Cosworth that sets it apart from the rest of the range (and I'm not talking about the engine before a smartarse replies), I'm on about the looks, I don't really like the lower-spec Sierras but I find myself liking the Cossie!

Backend of that SRi is a bit high off the ground ain't it? :p

Looking good, looks quite a nice place to take pictures too!
 

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TheMorphiuz said:
There's something about the Sierra Cosworth that sets it apart from the rest of the range (and I'm not talking about the engine before a smartarse replies), I'm on about the looks, I don't really like the lower-spec Sierras but I find myself liking the Cossie!
That'll be the bodykit then ;)

Backend of that SRi is a bit high off the ground ain't it? :p
Yes, that was back in the days when we were still trying to sort the damn thing out!

Looking good, looks quite a nice place to take pictures too!
The local council car park or the stately home gatehouse? :lmao:
 

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Dest said:
That'll be the bodykit then ;)
Bodykit eh? Will have to remember that one!

Yes, that was back in the days when we were still trying to sort the damn thing out!
:Cool2:

The local council car park or the stately home gatehouse? :lmao:
The gatehouse! :lmao: Shows how asleep I am today!
 

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both cracking looking cars:Cool2:

do you miss the cossie??
and was it up for sale about 3 weeks ago on the rs website?
 

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I miss it alittle, but not too much.
As mint as it was, it still had some bits that needing sorting out.
At the time I sold it to clear afew debts (not related to owning a cossie!) and still buy the vectra gsi.
So in a way, selling it allowed me to end up with the Turbo which is a better car.
Selling it was 100% a move forward for afew reasons, trust me ;)
 

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Could someone with photoshop merge those 2 together? Only from that front view there really isn't much between the way the look IMO, obviously it is clear which is which, but they have very similar features.

Both looking awesome though
 

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Could someone with photoshop merge those 2 together? Only from that front view there really isn't much between the way the look IMO, obviously it is clear which is which, but they have very similar features.

Both looking awesome though
Just tried it, they merge quite well but its not very clear unless you keep moving between both images. If you just have it still it doesnt really show anything
 

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as i said above dest,
was this car for sale recently on a rs website?
 

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shakermaker said:
Could someone with photoshop merge those 2 together? Only from that front view there really isn't much between the way the look IMO, obviously it is clear which is which, but they have very similar features.
you must be wrong as most people always say on here modern cars all look alike but the older ones are all different and made when manufacturers had a mind of there own...:rolleyes:


both look very nice dest. much prefer your cavalier turbo tho :up:
 

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as i said above dest,
was this car for sale recently on a rs website?
Not that I know of.
I occassionally speak to the bloke who got it off me via PM on passionford, last time we spoke he was fitting stage 3 goodies!

This is how it currently looks

 

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