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Duttons owned
1985 Phaeton S3. Red
1998 Phaeton S2. Red
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Ford Kent 1600cc GT, Ford Escort 4 speed gearbox
Ford Pinto 1600cc, Ford Capri 5 speed gearbox
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At 10:30 on July 4, 2017, Dave Adams said…

Yes.... Steve Kerswell has it......looks very promising.

At 10:08 on July 4, 2017, Dave Adams said…


At 8:46 on November 18, 2016, James Doulton said…

Having two Legerras is a bit like having two girlfriends, but one of them being in bits in the garage is definitely different.

At 22:53 on November 17, 2016, Adrian Southgate said…

If having two is 'a bit perverted' I am in SO much trouble James...

At 21:49 on November 17, 2016, James Doulton said…

You know I'm just jealous, Daryl.

At 21:26 on November 17, 2016, James Doulton said…

Loving something as beautiful, like a Legerra, is not a fetish - it's just normal and natural. Having two of them might be a bit perverted though, don't you think Daryl? (sorry to hear about your time waster, can't you offer it to the second place bidder?)

At 20:39 on November 17, 2016, Adrian Southgate said…

At 19:53 on November 17, 2016, Adrian Southgate said…

I too have a slight fetish for the Legerra  

My first kit car and I still have it 17 years later. ... along with a couple of others...

At 19:41 on November 17, 2016, Scott Grimson said…

I've always loved the Leggy. Had a couple of 7-esque cars previously so wanted something different and i love the fact that it has a "proper" screen and full size doors and a sensible boot but is still a giggle to hoon about in! 

At 23:41 on November 16, 2016, James Doulton said…

I had a Melos and I now have a Legerra. The Legerra is much less 'outdoor' and is more practical. It is a little heavier (~100kg) but has more room, a good sized boot and better air flow. I have done 200 mile motorway trips in mine, just like it was a real car. To me, it still feels light and responsive.


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