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Old 14-04-2017, 10:37 AM   #511
FiestaLX
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Name: Rob
Age: physically creaky, mentally young
Location: Brisbane
Occupation: Pathology Courier
Car: 2006 Fiesta LX Auto
Best thing about it: small, reasonably nippy with a few revs onboard, nice design inside & out.
History: owned a mildly modded 1991 Subaru Legacy RS for 11years (still miss it 6yrs on...), bought a 2004 Outback H6 (great car but the missus didn't like it) sold that & drove around in her 1994 Celica for a couple of years before buying a 2013 Audi A1. The Audi is such a nice car and goes really well for a tiddler, but after 2.5 years and 2 s-tronic clutch-pack replacements (under warranty) it was time to move on. Decided to buy the Fiesta as it's almost lineball in size with the A1 but bigger inside. For sure it's not as flash or as quick but it's cheap and cheerful. And we paid cash so no more car repayments. The Fiesta has 152K on it with a full service history, it's been garaged all it's life and is in really good nick. I want to keep it that way, I want to keep it regularly serviced and make small improvements here and there (I'm a born tinkerer) to keep it interesting.
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Old 25-05-2018, 09:09 AM   #512
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Hi guys
Harry from Brisbane
My Daughter has a Ford Fiesta 06 model
Thanks for the Add
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Old 17-07-2018, 08:05 PM   #513
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Purchased 2008 Fiesta WQ for youngest to learn to drive.
Trying to fix up boot lid actuator and rear window heater not working.
Love these cars :-)

Sadly, last one was a write-off after being rear-ended waiting at traffic lights :-(
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Old 12-10-2018, 10:08 PM   #514
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Name: John
Location: Perth
Car: Ford Fiesta 2010 WS
Reason: Economical runnabout car
Reason for joining: Have a tricky problem with the car I haven't been able to sort out on my own - looking for advice
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