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Old 18th February 2009, 03:59   #46
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Very nice! For a minute I thought that those three cars were Ford Thunderbirds, with some modifications.
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Or a Koenigsegg.
Infact iv rarely seen a Supercar/Exotics collector having a Koenig in his garage ,i wonder whats the reason.
He's had a few discussions with the lone US dealer. Part of the problem is quality of the product isn't as high as he'd like; maintenance of the Koenigsegg is also a problem... he doesn't like the idea of shipping a car half way around the world to have a problem fixed. The final part of the problem so far is that Koenigsegg's facilities limit to barely over 10 cars made per year.

Remember, he does like to drive them... and a break down can be a time consuming and expensive proposition as is, let alone if the car doesn't have parts available, nor a competent mechanic.
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