Ford Focus RS

Frozen White Focus It’s November 2016 and we are driving to Wales to view a Capri Brooklands for sale. We decide to detour and go and view a Frozen White Focus RS in Bristol up for sale with just 9792 miles on the clock. The Focus is presented in great condition, fully loaded with Lux Pack 1 and 2 and also comes with the Dynamica seat upgrade. We give the car a thorough inspection and review the documentation which includes a full service history and all of the MOT’s before heading off for Wales.  During our journey we discuss whether we should buy the Focus RS. We both agree we need to view the Brooklands Capri before we make a decision. The Capri is everything we are hoping for with just 20,616 miles on the clock (more about the Capri Brooklands in a future feature). Now do we buy the Focus RS or the Capri or do we buy both? On the way home we both agree we should buy the Focus RS having already agreed to purchase the Capri. The following day we call the dealer and agree a price for the Focus RS. A week later we set off to transport the car home. On arriving at the car dealer we view the car for a second time. It is as good as we remember, with an immaculate interior and exterior. We load her onto our trailer and head off home. During our journey we discuss our future strategy for purchasing Focus RS’s. Having owned the Ultimate Green example for two months we have learned a lot about the model in that time. We agree we love the car and should collect more.  Based on our learnings and the market we decide to look for cars with less than 10,000 miles and a full service history for the collection.  The chase is on!.

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