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ft Feature Cars - The Next Level, FIESTA EVO soon!

Postby AdrianFRST on Sun Dec 09, 2012 11:23 am

It's been a while since the last proper feature car on ft, but that's all about to change. Some recent heavy investment in photographic equipment means I can now take feature car shoots to the next level.

First up, the FIESTA EVO was at Oulton Park yesterday so I headed there too, with camera gear, helmet and a change of underwear. Full feature coming as soon as I can put into words what a passenger ride in this car feels like... IMMENSE.

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Re: ft Feature Cars - The Next Level, FIESTA EVO soon!

Postby JPA on Sun Dec 09, 2012 3:47 pm

very nice to meet you yesterday adrian , i'm glad you enjoyed your run out in the car :bonkers:

looking forward to seeing the pictures :aviator:


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