Originally Posted By madmax
Why do people buy such cars when they never go off the road ? Daft purchase .


This isn't a personal go at you, but to make the analogy relevant, is it any more daft than having a 4.8l engine in a country where you can't legally drive in excess of 70mph on the public road? hide

The right to own a car whose capability exceeds its intended or probable use is called freedom (or vanity, depending on your viewpoint). Long may it continue. thumbs

Last edited by twotribes; 01/05/19 08:46 AM.

Stuart
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